Where and how we begin the story, and where and how we end the story, shape and determine the story itself. With this in mind, we'll look at Easter's implications using the backdrops of Genesis 1 and Revelation 22.
We dive deeper into Revelation 5 to look at the nature of the Cross and the meaning of Jesus' death.
We continue our study of the book of Revelation and discover important perspectives on the cross of Jesus.
Why does John keep saying God "is, was, and is to come" and what does it mean when he stops saying that?
As Easter season continues, we explore why resurrection matters, and how it impacts both life today and the life to come.
On Easter Sunday, we celebrate the resurrection and explore the ways that the risen Jesus wants to be found as we show up to our everyday lives.
We reflect on the events of Palm Sunday as a call from Jesus to live radically alternative outer and inner lives.
This week we explore the Anointing at Bethany and find an invitation to experience holiness in the everyday.
Using the practice of Lectio Divina, we reflect on the invitation to come to Jesus to receive streams of living water.
We continue using the practice of Lectio Divina and discover another challenging aspect of the way of Jesus.