Out of necessity, we are now able to close deals, see the doctor, checkin with our families, attend concerts from home. This last year has helped us hone our remote work and remote relationship abilities. However, there are somethings that require us to show up in person. There are somethings that require a personal touch. The mission that Jesus calls us to requires us to live in relationship in-person. in this day where that seems hard to fathom, how do you and I live missional lives in-person?
When we are ill, so often the symptoms are not the real issue. There is something within us that is causing us to become sick. While we often seek healing for the symptoms, the doctor seeks to fix the underlying problem. When we come to Jesus, He always seeks to fix the root problem. What does that look like in our lives? Join us as we continue in the book of Luke.
Don't the movies of the underdog captivate us? We find ourselves engrossed in their story and pulling for each and every one that is on the team. In each story of the underdog, there is a common thread. We watch as the team of individuals becomes one team with one common goal. As we continue along in the book of Luke, this week we observe a group of people that had been following Jesus but were still individuals unaware of their mission. We see how Jesus teaches them about their call and mission and how He calls us to the same mission today in our lives.
God has done some incredible things in our lives. We all have stories of the change and the transformation we have experienced after meeting Jesus. You and I aren't meant to keep that to ourselves. But how and where do we take our story? Jesus had a story to tell. He went from city to city telling it. Join us as we look at how Jesus took His story on the road as we consider how we do the same with our own.
We often take what's ours and what's familiar for granted. It may be the latest devices that when we got it, we were so excited to have, but now it's familiar and tired. Or the relationship that we're in. When it first started, it was exciting and full of life, but now it seems like we've settled into a rut. Familiar things are often taken for granted. But there is a danger to that. Jesus was taken for granted by His own people. Listen in as we explore how He navigated that. Join in as we kick off our new Sermon Series, "The Outsiders."