Robbie wraps up the semester by talking about the economics of Jesus’s kingdom (starts at 30:45). We also celebrate Loren Calder’s baptism. (starts at 1:37:07)
Christian continues our series Jesus is Lord over… where we’re working out Jesus’s Lordship in a few key contexts. This week we turn our attention to the realm of politics, looking to Jesus’s political engagement in the gospels and today as the basis for our own political engagement.
David talks about what it means for us to spend our lives using our gifts to create flourishing in our world. He also shares some common pitfalls we encounter in figuring out how to live out our vocation under Jesus’s reign
Nate shares about the Lord meeting him and redirecting him in the midst of a hard season
Kristal shares about Jesus’s triumph of death in His resurrection. Jesus’s triumph brings peace and joy to the world.
Larry shares about how he has received the peace that Jesus gives that transcends understanding
We kick off Holy Week by looking at Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday in Luke 19:28-44. Jesus weeps for the people because they settled for ease and calm when Jesus wants to bring true peace, shalom. Christian helps us see that the Cross is the means by which Jesus repairs the damage of Sin in us and our world.
Robbie kicks off our Jesus is Lord Over… series where we’ll be looking at some specific areas of our lives and considering what it might look like to approach them through the lens of Jesus’s Lordship. Robbie begins by offering some ways for us to think about how Jesus wants to shape our desires.
CJ shares about the Lord’s pursuit of her and the ways that He has called her to respond to Him
Kristal wraps up our Practicing the Kingdom series by talking about reconciliation from the book of Philemon