Aug 5, 2018
A Taste as Sweet as Honey
Joshua 1:1-11 Our understanding of Scripture is dependent on our meditation of God’s word. When was the last time you read a book?  Was it for work, for pleasure, or trying to acquire knowledge to better yourself in life?  Most importantly, when was the last time you read Scripture simply for the “delight” of drinking from God’s word?  Join us this week as we explore historically the ways in which Scripture has been conveyed and received throughout the history of the church and how that might inform our own discovery of Scripture.
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  • Aug 5, 2018A Taste as Sweet as Honey
    Aug 5, 2018
    A Taste as Sweet as Honey
    Joshua 1:1-11 Our understanding of Scripture is dependent on our meditation of God’s word. When was the last time you read a book?  Was it for work, for pleasure, or trying to acquire knowledge to better yourself in life?  Most importantly, when was the last time you read Scripture simply for the “delight” of drinking from God’s word?  Join us this week as we explore historically the ways in which Scripture has been conveyed and received throughout the history of the church and how that might inform our own discovery of Scripture.
  • Jul 29, 2018A Calling Upwards
    Jul 29, 2018
    A Calling Upwards
    Psalm 118:14-21 (NRSV)
    When you gather at a table for a meal, talking about the ups and downs of the day or life, can reveal that the Lord helps us each day! Psalm 118 is one of the Hallel Psalms, which involves praise. The roots of our praise is knowing that God’s love endures forever! 
  • Jul 22, 2018Open the Gate
    Jul 22, 2018
    Open the Gate
    Psalm 118:14-21 (NRSV)
    When you gather at a table for a meal, talking about the ups and downs of the day or life, can reveal that the Lord helps us each day! Psalm 118 is one of the Hallel Psalms, which involves praise. The roots of our praise is knowing that God’s love endures forever!
  • Jul 15, 2018I Walk the Line
    Jul 15, 2018
    I Walk the Line
    Romans 3:21-26
    Our understanding of sin and grace color our understanding of God. In the academic world, there is often a distinction between theory and praxis…that is the way we understand things to work versus the way we actually live our lives.  Sin and grace are two areas that shape how we understand God and how we live our lives day to day.  What does it look like to reimagine our perception of God.
  • Jul 8, 2018A Crazy Family Tree
    Jul 8, 2018
    A Crazy Family Tree
    Luke 19:1-9
    Our identity in Christ is what marks us and drives our actions and thoughts. It is said that we can’t choose our family, but we can choose our friends.  In the church, we are family in Christ, but we don’t always want to claim each other!  What does it mean for us to claimed by Christ, and what impact does that have on how we respond to the rest of the Body of Christ?
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