As we stare at the precipice of a new year things can go one of two ways, much like as Israel stared at the Jordan, into God’s promised land.
Centuries ago, the proclamation of Jesus’s birth changed everything. Thousands of years later, we celebrate the good news that is still for all people: joy is here.
Often seen as a burden or kill-joy, we reclaim the law as a good gift from a good God that loves His people and wants them to know Him, know themselves, and know how best to live.
Original sin enters God’s story as the first man and woman are deceived, choosing autonomy over obedience.
In order to live out the Gospel together, we must embrace who Jesus says we are and the implications that has for our lives.
We explore what it means to be a church of communities living out the Gospel together as we ask “Where do we proceed?”
After the Resurrection, the disciples anticipate the end of God’s story but instead are refocused outward as witnesses.
As followers of Jesus, we cannot pick and choose what parts of Jesus’ teaching we want to embrace…He is His message and so we must hold onto all of it.
Christ comes so that we can be named Son or Daughter, not because we earned any sort of titles, but because we cannot earn them.