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This week we were fortunate to hear from guest speaker, Brian Hopkins. Listen in as Brian talks about the importance of attitude and insights gained from Paul's letters to the Corinthians. 4 Key takeaways: Self help is always inferior to sovereign help Jesus doesn’t need our help in becoming more appealing. Don’t just pass the class - master the me…
 
Matthew chapter 1 through chapter 11v19 read by Nathan, Ashley, Steve, Anna, Roxanne, Nick, Shari, Troy, Abbie, Derek, Jill, Bob, Alex, JoLin, Karen, Bill, Alex, Tiffany, Jenn, Andy, Darrel, Justine, Linnea, Carol, Karin, Tiffany, Donnie, David, Jheri, Chris, Elsie, Amy, Christian, Susie, Jeff, Dave, Sheila, Leslee, Tristan, Sean, Angie, and Travis…
 
Matthew 11v20-12v14 This week Adam looks at what it might look like if we were to prune back some of our Christianity in order to refocus on Jesus. In this week's message he references Dallas Willard's quote “Character is developed by increments of fellowship with Jesus.” To what extent is there an invitation to develop a moment by moment conversat…
 
Matthew 11v1-19 What if Jesus smokes what he sells (so to speak)? In Matthew 11, Adam takes a look at how Jesus responds when it seems John is having doubts. What’s the value of really taking in the implications of this story? Along with that, what’s the value of apprenticing under Jesus and thus learning how to respond to others disappointment wit…
 
Matthew 9v35-10v42 What are the things life demands you do, but you don’t particularly enjoy? What if the ideas in Matthew 10 work kind of like that, that is, important to know but not particularly invigorating or glamorous? What if we struggle with this section because the version of Christianity we want to be true is too often in opposition with …
 
This week, Adam discusses Matthew 9v14-34. In this section, what if Matthew is summarizing the different ways people have been responding to Jesus invitations? What does a closed (decided), amazed, or open posture look like? Questions for reflection: What is the value of knowing our current posture, whether in general or on a particular issue? What…
 
This week, Adam continues the Matthew series in chapter 9 and asks, to what extent, if any, do you believe in the idea of sin? Or is sin just an archaic word utilized by pre-modern people who lacked any understanding of human psychology? What if these stories point to the idea that at times (not all the time as demonstrated by Jesus numerous healin…
 
As summer comes to an end, Adam reflects on the last 18 months and takes note of several aspects of the cultural moment we are in. What if this cultural moment is only a crisis if we ignore God’s calls for renewal? Adam presents several questions that may be helpful: How do we retain our commitment to hospitality? How do we retain our commitment to…
 
This week Adam continues exploring Matthew with chapter 8v18-27. What if the answer to how Jesus wants us to believe in Him has something to do with being led to serve God and people in ways that leads us beyond our comfort zone? Why does Jesus talk about little faith so often? A challenge this week is to put some thought into where the heat is for…
 
This week, Adam starts into Matthew chapter 8 exploring the question How does Jesus want us to believe in Him? And how does community play into that? He also looks at how we may find a healthy tension between glamorizing deconstruction on the one hand and demonizing it on the other. We'd love to have you join us in person on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:…
 
This week we hear from Justin as he shares a little about his challenges with prayer. Why might it seem harder to pray now as an adult than when we were kids? What is it okay to pray for? Does prayer even matter? Listen in as Justin talks about these questions and more.Narrate Church による
 
This week we hear from Hannah as she looks at Matthew 7v1-12. Can we successfully negotiate personal relationships without letting people know we disapprove? What happens when we condemn and what if condemnation leads to a cycle of anger and attack, which ultimately leads to contempt?Narrate Church による
 
This week we are continuing through Matthew in chapter 6. What if Matthew 6 is about common ways Jesus' followers self-sabotage their with-God-kingdom life? Is there an area in your life where God wants to point out and and draw you away from a preoccupation with the opinion of others?
 
Continuing through Matthew 5, Hannah walks us through some ideas around loving our enemies. What if Jesus is calling us to step in closer and recognize the humanity in those we call enemies? What does it look like to live as people, to be the kinds of people, that Jesus’ illustrations are illustrations of?…
 
As we continue through Matthew verse by verse, Adam jumps right in to Matthew 5v27-32 and the subjects of sex and divorce. Is Jesus anti-sex? Of what value are sexual constraint and boundaries? What if Jesus' words on sex are challenging and empowering to us all? What if healthy views on sexuality start with healthy views of humans as being image b…
 
This week, Adam continues the series in Matthew chapter 5 and the Sermon on the Mount. Ever wonder if you have the ability to be good? Enter the Sermon on the Mount: Who is truly good? What if the beatitudes are about the availability of the with-God-life for anyone, even the motley crew sitting on the hill? What if failing to accomplish good is an…
 
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