The Way of Jesus: The Inside Out Life

What if we lived our lives according to the desires and purposes that God has put in hearts? How would that change what we do? Is that even possible? Last Sunday, Josh began a new series, The Way of Jesus, looking at Jesus’ invitation not to a specific destination but to

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The Way of Jesus

“Lord, we don’t know where you are going, so how can we know the way?” Even though Thomas the disciple asks this question, it feels familiar. If we don’t know the specifics of our destination, how can we get anywhere? Jesus’ response is bold, powerful, and curious: I am the

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The Fight

As we have been hearing about resting well, what do we think about fighting well? Scripture uses language of fight, armor, and battle regularly. How do we take up the fight well? Here, Josh will lead us through a story from the life of a shepherd boy named David, and

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Words from the Wilderness

This summer, we spent time looking through the letters of Paul and discovered marks of maturity for Jesus followers -knowing the story of God, understanding that we are not in the center of the story. The people of God have gone before us and will come after us. We learned that we

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Worship and Rest

Our worship pastor, Tina Colon-Williams, explores how worship helps us enter into lives of rest. Hear more about what it means to worship and how the act of worship can shape us into a people at rest and in love with our God.

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Prayer and the Sabbath

We are in our second week talking about God’s invitation to us to participate in his sabbath rest. Last week, Josh reminded us of the ways we are blessed by taking one day a week to remember, reflect, and turn back to God. This week, Patrick talks about how the

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Marks of Maturity: Freedom

This week, Josh shares about the connection between maturity & freedom. As we grow, do we feel more free – free to be ourselves, free to serve others, free to sacrifice? Or do we feel bound – bound by expectations, bound by fear, or bound by “laws” of various kinds?

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