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August 9, 2019  
Spencer French - In this week’s message, we continue to investigate the ways the body has been marred by bad theology. Then, we attempt to recover a proper understanding of the body-centered on the Christian teaching of the Imago Dei, divine empathy in Christ, and the eventual restoration of all things. Genesis 1:26-27, John 1:14, Revelation 21:1-4
August 9, 2019  
Haleigh Smith - This week we continue the conversation we sparked before our week-long break. During this “prayers of the people” practice, we engage with poems, communal prayers, and teaching that grapple with the difficulties of living an embodied life as those created in the image of God when messages we’re given often disregard that truth.
July 8, 2019  
July 8, 2019  
Ryan Yazel - Luke 18, Luke 14:15-21
June 23, 2019  
Books of Esther & Daniel, James 4:17
June 11, 2019  

Sometimes on the open road we find what we need, not necessarily what we want. We close our How To Wander series at the Communion Table, a meal of belonging, and ask: how do we become a community of radical belonging-- a kind of belonging nomads and wanderers share with one another?

June 4, 2019  
A look at two characters from Scripture who wandered far from home. One was called out. One was kicked out. And both have something to teach us about the power of what can happen when we wander.
May 29, 2019  

A conversation between our lead pastor and Dave Armstrong, team leader at Redeemer Central Church in Belfast, Northern Ireland

May 26, 2019  
We began a new conversation this week about the inevitable experience of leaving home and wandering. Home may be geographic or theological. It may be your family of origin or your spiritual community. Sometimes we're called out. Sometimes we're kicked out. But wandering isn't all bad, and we're looking at the way the Bible narrates that journey.
May 16, 2019  

For our final week in Colossians, our pastor, Jason, was joined by Jessica Hughes for a conversation about the household code in chapter 3. What do you do with a text that calls for wives to submit to their husbands when we know that so many women are abused? What do you do with a text that calls for slaves to obey their masters? And how do these teachings relate to the big, hopeful idea of Colossians - that God has chosen to live God's life in flesh and blood?

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