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Daily Bible Studies

A Reflection on Sunday – Mark 4:26-34

This last Sunday, after a four week interlude to focus on our vision as a church, we returned to our series in the gospel of Mark. Our discussion this week was on Jesus’ invitation toward experiencing a “New-Normal” in his Kingdom. Here’s a couple thoughts for us to ponder this week… What is Normal? Sunday we talked about the Kingdom of God and its’ effect on our lives. A Kingdom is “the realm over which a sovereign has authority”. Don’t think countries and castes. Rather, think ANY sphere of life over which there is a figure with authority. Our

October 11th, 2018|

A Reflection on Sunday – Doing Life Together

On Sunday Jonathan wrapped our 4-week vision series by discussing our intent to be a people who do “Life Together”. He drew our attention to Romans 12 where Paul is discussing the importance of the followers of Jesus together constituting a unified “body”. Paul could have chosen any analogy he wanted when unpacking the nature of what our inclusion into life with Jesus was to look like, but he specifically chose the language of a human body. Why is that? It seems that one reason is likely that there are few other idioms he could have chosen which would

October 4th, 2018|
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Daily Bible Studies

A Reflection on Sunday – Mark 4:26-34

This last Sunday, after a four week interlude to focus on our vision as a church, we returned to our series in the gospel of Mark. Our discussion this week was on Jesus’ invitation toward experiencing a “New-Normal” in his Kingdom. Here’s a couple thoughts for us to ponder this week… What is Normal? Sunday we talked about the Kingdom of God and its’ effect on our lives. A Kingdom is “the realm over which a sovereign has authority”. Don’t think countries and castes. Rather, think ANY sphere of life over which there is a figure with authority. Our

October 11th, 2018|

A Reflection on Sunday – Doing Life Together

On Sunday Jonathan wrapped our 4-week vision series by discussing our intent to be a people who do “Life Together”. He drew our attention to Romans 12 where Paul is discussing the importance of the followers of Jesus together constituting a unified “body”. Paul could have chosen any analogy he wanted when unpacking the nature of what our inclusion into life with Jesus was to look like, but he specifically chose the language of a human body. Why is that? It seems that one reason is likely that there are few other idioms he could have chosen which would

October 4th, 2018|
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Daily Bible Studies

A Reflection on Sunday – Mark 4:26-34

This last Sunday, after a four week interlude to focus on our vision as a church, we returned to our series in the gospel of Mark. Our discussion this week was on Jesus’ invitation toward experiencing a “New-Normal” in his Kingdom. Here’s a couple thoughts for us to ponder this week… What is Normal? Sunday we talked about the Kingdom of God and its’ effect on our lives. A Kingdom is “the realm over which a sovereign has authority”. Don’t think countries and castes. Rather, think ANY sphere of life over which there is a figure with authority. Our

October 11th, 2018|

A Reflection on Sunday – Doing Life Together

On Sunday Jonathan wrapped our 4-week vision series by discussing our intent to be a people who do “Life Together”. He drew our attention to Romans 12 where Paul is discussing the importance of the followers of Jesus together constituting a unified “body”. Paul could have chosen any analogy he wanted when unpacking the nature of what our inclusion into life with Jesus was to look like, but he specifically chose the language of a human body. Why is that? It seems that one reason is likely that there are few other idioms he could have chosen which would

October 4th, 2018|
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