Is the path of following Jesus inclusive and easy? Is it exclusive and arrogant? John shares from John chapter 14 on how following Jesus is about inclusive exclusivity.
How can a good God allow suffering in the world? Is suffering evidence against God? What should our response to suffering be as Christians? John helps us answer these hard questions about the tension of suffering.
What does the Bible say about our suffering in this life? Is God pro-pain? Do only bad people suffer? John answers these questions and shares on how our lives can be journeys that hurt so good.
Michael shares on three realities we face as an “already and not yet people”: how the kingdom is already here, how it’s not yet fully here, and how it’s coming fully and completely in the future.
What do you expect God to be like? Michael shares on the tension of experiencing God with both grace and truth through Jesus Christ.
It’s obvious for most of us that we experience suffering in this world. On the other hand, we see God miraculously releasing his healing and power. Brenda continues our series on celebrating the tension of the kingdom by teaching us what it means to live and minister in this very real tension that we feel on a daily basis.
Some people enjoy tension while others avoid it at all costs. Michael begins a new series where we explore and celebrate the tensions in our relationship with God, with each other and with the church.
As followers of Jesus, experiencing God’s presence is something that should be a common occurrence for us, not a once in a lifetime mountain top experience. Clint finishes our series on the life of Moses by looking at how he faithfully pursued God’s presence.
In this series, we have been looking at the life of Moses and what God has to teach us from his life. Casey shares on what we can learn from Moses and Aaron in Exodus 32 about how we train well and prepare to lead and love well.