“As the Father as SENT me, so I SEND you…” (John 20:21)
We are called to cultivate the habit of alerting others to the Reign of Christ through reconciliation, justice, beauty and wholeness, but what does that actually look like?
Join us as we learn from the earliest followers of Jesus as they were sent out to the world as recorded in the Book of Acts.
May 5 Acts 9:1-20: Sent for Wholeness - Communion Sunday
First Fruits Offering for the Overflowing Campaign
May 12 - Acts 9:36-43: Sent for Help
May 19 - Acts 11:1-18: Sent for Reconciliation and Justice
May 26 - Acts 16:16-34: Sent to witness Beauty in chains
Surprise the World B.E.L.L.S
Join us as we lay a foundation by learning about 5 habits that cultivate a missional life with God and others. Each week we'll consider how to shape lives that reach out to God and others wit intentionality.
Thankful: Cultivating Gratitude in our Stewardship of God’s Kingdom Gifts
What a harvest of blessings God has given us! Our “Thank you!” is so much more than just words we say, it is the way we live and give in response to God’s generosity.
Stronger Together: How Holy Friendship Changes Our World
The Book of Ruth tells the story of Naomi and Ruth and how their commitment to being faithful friends saved both their lives. We’ll consider the gift of holy friendships that strengthen our faith life and help us weather the storms of life with hope and joy.
Wrestling with the Hard Things Jesus Teaches
Sometimes the words in red in the Bible make us see red and yet we cannot take Jesus seriously and ignore them. Wrestling with the hard things Jesus says can help us understand who we are and how God loves, so let’s get in the ring!
How to Live Like a Christian
Living as a faithful disciple in our world offers real challenges. Whether we’re dealing with the temptations of social media or wondering how to engage those we disagree with the Book of James is full of practical advice for Christians. Using these tools can make all the difference in our daily life.
All the Feels
The Psalms show us a full range of human emotions that the writers felt without censoring them. What would it look like for us to talk honestly about the feelings we experience without hiding them from God and others? Knowing God created all these emotions and understands can give us “all the feels.”