Matthew 7: Judment
It's natural for us to think that life is Jesus + me against everyone else. However, in Matthew 7, we discover that Jesus had another thing in mind. God intends us to live life together.
Matthew 7: Ask. Seek. Knock.
Do your prayers shape the culture around you? Does the Kingdom of God advance through your prayers and life?
Matthew 7: False Prophets
Jesus warns us that 2 things lead us to the path of destruction. False prophets and false disciples. This week we'll cover false prophets.
This month we are exploring how our ancestors lived out Jesus' words in Matthew 6 of not worrying. We'll learn the language of prayer using the Psalms as our guide. This week we unpack Psalm 3.
Doubt doesn't have to derail you your faith journey. When doubts arise, it's ok. People of faith have dealt with doubts for 1,000's of years. This week we'll discuss doubts and how to process through a crisis of doubt in your own life.
We run at such a pace that we are at risk of losing our souls. Living life like this isn't God's design. God designed us with rhythms of daily, weekly, and seasonal rest.
Unchecked envy will destroy us from the inside out. Envy is so easy to conceal. Envy is obvious in others, but so difficult to see in our own lives. So how do we evict envy in our lives?
Sermon on the mount: divorce and oaths
Marriage is so much more than a certificate and a honeymoon. Divorce is so much more than a divorce and separation.
Sermon on the mount: turn the other cheek
Let's talk about the myth of becoming a doormat.
Sermon on the mount: love your enemies
The English word love is overused and less comprehended. Let's explore what Jesus really meant by love your enemies.
For us not from us
We revisit a teaching that is central to RE.THINK, in Luke 5, a group of friends bring someone to Jesus, and everything changes for that person. This event helps us understand what Jesus wants for us in 2020.
Christmas Eve 2019
Let's celebrate the arrival of hope.
Sermon on the Mount: Salt
Followers of Jesus we are the salt of the earth. Left on our own humanity lives in darkness, is tasteless and decays. Jesus gives a new way to be human and his way preserves adds flavor and influences.
Sermon on the mount: Light
Jesus says we are the light of the world. Shine your light in a darkened world, and walk in the confidence that you're not alone. Christ is in you. Don't hide from this world. Shine your light.
Sermon on the Mount: Torah
The Torah is a narrative of God establishing a covenant relationship with a group of people and explaining how they should live. The Law is part of the Torah, so what does Jesus mean when He states He will fulfill the Torah?
Sermon on the mount: anger
A relationship with God became a religion about God. Jesus is helping us unlearn religion. He starts by addressing our affections and desires doing this reveals something uncomfortable. Anger is now the new murder.
Sermon on the Mount: Lust
In the Kingdom of Heaven, we don't get to undress others mentally. We should treat everyone with dignity, value, and respect.