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Lost to most of us across culture and language is the powerful truth of Exodus 6: God proposes to Israel, His bride, and commits Himself to her and, by extension, to us as well. The promise of deliverance is the forerunner to the anticipation of intimacy and inheritance for the people of God.โดย Brian Kannel
 
Suffering and disappointment are part of the human experience, and Christians are not exempt from this reality. In fact, it's in the midst of the most powerful work of God that we often experience the formational work of suffering and pain in our lives. While we can't avoid suffering and disappointment, we can prepare ourselves for the inevitabilit…
 
Our hesitation is no match for the plan of God. He works through imperfect people like us to accomplish profound things in our world. However, He also takes our response to His work seriously and asks us to submit to His Lordship. He can't be Savior unless He's also Lord.โดย Brian Kannel
 
In an LGBTQ+ world, how do we live as faithful followers of Jesus? What does the Bible actually have to say about sexuality, and what does it look like for us to live faithfully and lovingly in the modern world? This is the last of 4 Crossroads classes and has a mix between instruction and Q&A.โดย Matt Brose
 
In an LGBTQ+ world, how do we live as faithful followers of Jesus? What does the Bible actually have to say about sexuality, and what does it look like for us to live faithfully and lovingly in the modern world? This is the third of 4 Crossroads classes and has a mix between instruction and Q&A.โดย Brian Kannel
 
In an LGBTQ+ world, how do we live as faithful followers of Jesus? What does the Bible actually have to say about sexuality, and what does it look like for us to live faithfully and lovingly in the modern world? This is the second of 4 Crossroads classes and is a mix between instruction and Q&A.โดย Brian Kannel
 
In an LGBTQ+ world, how do we live as faithful followers of Jesus? What does the Bible actually have to say about sexuality, and what does it look like for us to live faithfully and lovingly in the modern world? This is the first of 4 Crossroads classes and has a mix between instruction and Q&A.โดย Brian Kannel
 
When God appears to Moses in the burning bush, He declares one of the most powerful truths about Himself to us as His covenant people: He sees and hears us. There are times when it seems that God is far away and disengaged, and times when our prayers seem to disappear into the air. But the promise of the Bible is that God sees us, hears us, and is …
 
God is both transcendant and imminent. He is holy and yet close. He is the God in whose presence we must take off our sandals, but He also the God who invites us to come near. When we come to grips with this paradox, we begin to see the majesty of the salvation story and God's ongoing work of reconciliation in the world.…
 
: Of the three 40-year periods into which Moses’ life can be divided, we have the least amount of information on the center period of time. However, we know that the man who went to Midian was not the same man who emerged 40 years later. The wilderness is a place where God desires to shape us. All too often, we run away from the wilderness and miss…
 
Through a series of acts of civil disobedience, the line of Israel is sustained and a deliverer is born. In a season when our rights, or the violation of those rights, are a central conversation, the opening sequence of Exodus reminds us of when we are called to disobey the authorities so that we might obey God. While these times are more seldom th…
 
The book of Exodus is a powerful foretelling of the work of salvation and restoration that God has done through Jesus. From a macro perspective, Exodus is one part in the five-volume epic that begins the Hebrew Bible. From the micro perspective, slavery in Egypt is a type for bondage of sin. Only when we see our helplessness and God's covenant love…
 
If we're honest, there are many times when community just isn't convenient, enjoyable or even desirable. However, our call to be an apprentice is to follow the model of Jesus and set aside our own preferences in order to love those in our community. By committing to journey with one another in a way that prioritizes the lives of others above our ow…
 
God exists eternally in relationship and has invited us into that relationship. This means that we must learn to live authentically with one another, being loved just as we are. We receive and model the love of God as a steady flow to those around us. Like God Himself, we live lives that invite others to experience the love and grace of Jesus.…
 
The predominate New Testament metaphor for the community of Jesus is that of family. This is rooted in Jesus' teaching and modeled throughout the history of the early church. The community of Jesus is called to be a counter-cultural expression of strong bonds developed with one another. We are saved not just into forgiveness and eternity—we are sav…
 
Honor is a concept that is foreign to many of us as Westerners. We live in a culture of sarcasm, shaming, entitlement and disregard--a culture of contempt. However, the way of Jesus is honoring one another, even above ourselves. When we take this call seriously, we enter into a life-bringing and life-changing practice for our community and for the …
 
Community was an intentional practice of Jesus that formed Him and those around Him. His community was diverse, committed to one another, and far from idealistic. Jesus' model was that of a servant, willingly setting aside His own rights to care for those around Him. This call is central to what it means to be an apprentice of Jesus and is powerful…
 
When we recognize the sovereign power of God, we can truly enter into the rest to which we are called. The invitation of Jesus is into a present and future rest that allows us to fully live into the Kingdom of God. When our culture directs us and we work for blessing, our souls are crushed. When Jesus blesses us, our souls are restored.…
 
Justice is a vital and important topic in our world. However, too often the terms of justice are defined through worldly ideologies instead of Kingdom opportunities. As we engage the personal Gospel of Jesus, we are also called to embrace the cultural and social implications of that gospel for ourselves and for the church. Jesus modeled setting asi…
 
C.S. Lewis once wrote that we are "too easily satisfied." Our hunger for the power of God, the fullness of life, and revival in our community is often less than our desire for lunch. Triviality has replaced substance, and we have been lulled to sleep, not by the enemy of sin, but by apathy. The call of Jesus is to cultivate a deep hunger for that w…
 
Worship is counter-formation. We will always be worshiping something, and that something forms us. The deepest longings of our heart can only be met through the transcendent glory of God and, when we fail to recognize His glory, we shift glory to the created things which can never satisfy and will even destroy us. True worship orients us to the sou…
 
The world is shrinking. We live in a community that is increasingly diverse in every way as God brings the nations to us and sends us out to the nations as well. Unfortunately, fear of "the other" and of the increasing diversity of our world often blocks our ability to love and learn in this incredible landscape. The practice of hospitality makes t…
 
The singular thing that we all agree on is that the world is broken. For those of us who are following Jesus, we recognize that He alone is the answer. However, what will it take for others to have the freedom to ask the questions necessary in order to come to the same conclusions? We must be ready to do whatever it takes to bring all of Jesus to t…
 
Cynicism seems to seep out of every pore in our world, and that often includes the church. We can be cynical about the move of God because we've experienced a broken world and have a hard time imagining anything different. In this world of cyncism, we are called to be people of joy who reflect the hope of Jesus. Celebration is a posture of godly de…
 
Hate is a common theme throughout our world. In a world of increasing polarization, each side feels justified in their hatred of the other, claiming a defense of the common good. First-century Rome was no different. In the midst of that world, and in the midst of ours, Jesus calls us to enemy love. When we choose love in a world of hate, we are tra…
 
Individualism and self-sufficiency in the world around us is a powerful force that pushes against the lordship of Jesus. Inherent in confessing Jesus as Lord is a recognition that we are unable to save ourselves and that the "good life" is beyond our human grasp. It's only when we lay down our preferences and embrace our place as subjects in the Ki…
 
We must have a grounding in the Truth of Jesus that is stronger than the lies that surround us. We are constantly being formed by something—either the way of the world or the way of Jesus. Unless we engage Truth with intentionality, the foundation on which we build will be broken. When we commit to the face of God, we will no longer be conformed to…
 
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