Why Discipleship Groups? Jesus Said: “Peace I Leave With You; My Peace I Give You”
on September 15th, 2020
When I say culture, I mean the ability to lovingly understand each other’s differences and challenges for the purpose of growing together as a unified community of believers (Christ followers). Different perspectives help individuals to navigate the turbulent waters of understanding others struggles.
Why Groups? Jesus Said: “Let Your Light Shine…”
on September 8th, 2020
“I’ve got this basic stuff already. Let’s get to some deeper stuff.” I love it when Jesus stops me in my tracks and realigns my thinking. He does that through His word. After some further reading and digging, I came to a different conclusion. "This is the deep stuff." It is fathomless because it’s not something to do, but something you are.
Why Groups? Troubles
on September 1st, 2020
One of the biggest misconceptions of modern American Christians is that Jesus came to make us happy. That if something bad is happening to me, then that means something is wrong with my faith. Both of these notions are completely incompatible with the Jesus that we know from the gospels. Jesus didn’t come to make us happy, He came to make us holy.
Why Groups? Jesus Said: “Love One Another”
on August 25th, 2020
Jesus said to go and make disciples. We believe it is very important to make space for people seeking to connect in group life. This philosophy helps us make new friends, develop new relationships, identify and train new leaders and help start new groups.
Why Groups? Relational Circles
on August 18th, 2020
As we consider the Way of Jesus, we remember He was clear about the values of relational connections and the importance of doing intimacy with our close circles. In a nut shell, His personal invitation to community looks a bit like this...
A Better New Normal: Reconnecting To Life In A New But Old Way (Church)
on July 27th, 2020
Whenever there is a crisis, it is an amazing time to reflect and try to determine where our priorities lie. The goal is never to go back to the way things were, but to examine and improve our lives to continue to head toward where Jesus is.