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“If your first concern is to look after yourself, you’ll never find yourself. But if you forget about yourself and look to me, you’ll find both yourself and me” (Matthew 10:39 – Jesus Christ). This idea flies in the face of what has become an all to common belief in our world.  We all suffer from the same disease of seeking after things and attempting to find a sense of fulfillment by… Read More

May Jesus always be the Center of everything. Jesus is absolutely in the middle If you want to know who God is, look at Jesus If you want to know what it means to be human, look at Jesus If you want to know what love is, look at Jesus If you want to know what grief is, look at Jesus And keep on looking until you’re not just a spectator, but… Read More

  Here is a great short post from Greg Boyd as well to add to the video above. Eight arguments for the reality of the resurrection. Share widely! He is risen! Has has risen indeed!

In this short clip, Alan Hirsch discusses the difference between the church as communitas, not community. A communitas is a church steeped and driven by mission, not ministry. As a result, it isn’t afraid to take risks as it moves towards the future with an honest sense of adventure and creativity; qualities that often don’t describe the safe and secure aspects of the middle class church. Watch this video through a few… Read More

I can give you no greater advice than these reflections from Tom Wright – Jesus is absolutely in the middle If you want to know who God is, look at Jesus If you want to know what it means to be human, look at Jesus If you want to know what love is, look at Jesus If you want to know what grief is, look at Jesus And keep on looking until… Read More

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Delightful, beautiful and full of hope. One day, God will wipe away every tear from our eyes and renew the world as it should be.

What is the goal of the gospel? Fame? Prestige? Large churches? Converts? Heaven? Happy marriages? Large homes? Cottages? Actually, none of the above. In this short video, Skye Jethani explains what the actual goal of the gospel is. You may be surprised with his answer. Maybe not.

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