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January 16, 2021  

Jason Miller - What does the baptism of Jesus say about God? And what does it say about us? It's week two of our Epiphany series, and we're exploring the surprise of finding God in Jesus.

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January 9, 2021  

Jason Miller - We’re starting the new year by observing the season of Epiphany. It’s about discovering the divine life of Jesus (and because of that discovery, finding God in our neighbors, our enemies, and ourselves).

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December 19, 2020  

Jason Miller - If Advent invites us to wait and watch for God, then how do we make sure our expectations help us discover God, rather than getting in the way?

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December 13, 2020  

Scott Erickson - This Advent, we’re partnering with our friend Scott Erickson to help us pray and reflect through the season. Christmas, as well as spirituality, comes with many assumptions. We'll consider the anecdote to those assumptions that are keeping us from the wonder of this season: surprise.

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December 5, 2020  

Jason Miller - If vulnerability is the avenue to our participation with God, what does it look like to take off our armor?

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November 27, 2020  

Scott Erickson - This Advent, we’re partnering with our friend Scott Erickson to help us pray and reflect through the season. He brings the teaching this week, pointing out that the Holy Mystery incarnated into our world, just like we all have, through human vulnerability. Today, we can find that Incarnate Christ in the same place - our own vulnerability.

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You can find out more about Scott and his work here.

November 21, 2020  

Jason Miller - Through the centuries, the Church has regularly returned to the songs and prayers of the Psalms not just to express how we feel but to let ourselves be moved by the perspectives and experiences of others in their pursuit of God. In this series, we will consider and pray through a Psalm each week to see how it forms us. This week, we consider a Psalm of Thanksgiving: Psalm 30. What are the moments you feel stuck in, and what are the before-and-after stories you’ve already lived through? And what do those stories reveal?

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November 14, 2020  

Jason Miller - Through the centuries, the Church has regularly returned to the songs and prayers of the Psalms not just to express how we feel but to let ourselves be moved by the perspectives and experiences of others in their pursuit of God. In this series, we will consider and pray through a Psalm each week to see how it forms us. This week, we consider a Psalm of Lament: Psalm 13. Why would we pray these prayers of suffering and grief? And how do they form us and grow us up?

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November 7, 2020  

Ryan Yazel - Through the centuries, the Church has regularly returned to the songs and prayers of the Psalms not just to express how we feel but to let ourselves be moved by the perspectives and experiences of others in their pursuit of God. In this series, we will consider and pray through a Psalm each week to see how it forms us. This week, we consider a Psalm of praise: Psalm 146.

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November 1, 2020  

Jason Miller - How do we ground our hope in something that can't be held hostage by our circumstances, while still hoping for the system to improve? In our final week of the Soul and the System, we explore the difference between hoping in and hoping for.

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