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This week, Deniqua shared with us how our new lives of being drawn to Jesus equally pulls us toward one another. Community cannot be considered
Lent is a time to come closer to God and to others through disciplines that lean into, yep…sacrifice and limitation. Why do we do this?
This week, we conclude our sermon series on Nonviolence: How to Seek Peace and Pursue It at Home, Work, and on the Streets with a look
Josh helps us think through what it means to have eyes open obedience. We don’t simply applaud nonviolence or merely value or agree with it;
Godly Resistance, Loyalty, & Subversion: In our Nonviolence series, we’ve heard challenging words of Jesus that have opened up possibilities for a nonviolent life. Last
The Power of the Ask! Much of our violence comes from anger and frustration over lack, ours and others. What if in the face of
This Sunday, we explored how the power of Jesus’ creative approach to nonviolence names and exposes evil. Sometimes, we mistake nonviolence as weak and passive.
Josh opened our new series on nonviolence looking at Jesus’ words from the Sermon on the Mount and examples of Jesus followers throughout history who
Original ECV’er, longtime friend of our church, Lead Pastor of East Denver Vineyard Church, and so much more, Kathy Maskell joins us on the ECV Stream to deliver our
As we celebrate the arrival of Jesus at Christmas, we will pause to be refreshed by his presence at the end of a long year.
March 7, 2021