On this day of Pentecost, we talk about the work of the Spirit that binds us to one another and sends us out, overturning the work of sin to isolate us and pull us into darkness, away from God and away from one another.
Kurt shares his powerful testimony of finding God through God’s calling and the work of God in our church.
Justina guides us through Paul’s reflection on the thorn in his side, shame, identity, and finding hope in the endless love of God.
Kristen shares her life journey with us, coming to find her calling in medicine and work among us at Living Water.
Craig teaches us what it means to abide in Jesus, who loves us as the Father has loved him.
Jon shares his testimony, reflecting on how his parents (1st generation Christians) had to find God, but he (second generation Christian with no church community connection) had to find the church.
Alex uses his own story of living with disabilities to share the good news that where some only see our weaknesses and shortcomings, God has a world of possibilities for our lives.
Josh shares his testimony, reflecting on his journey through doubt and into a deeper, intellectually engaged faith.
Brian shares his journey with us, reflecting on sacrificial love as part of what allows us to overcome sin.
Jesus shows the disciples the wounds in his hands and the wound in his side, and when they see the wounds, they come to believe. We discuss trauma, grief, and what it means that in Jesus, woundedness has been made holy.