Jesus often compared life with God to finding a home: a place of belonging, meaning, and purpose. With many desperately searching to find their place in life, we have to take a deeper look at Jesus’ mission to ‘seek and save that which was lost.' This seven part series will examine several stories in the book of Luke and rediscover God’s invitation to the world to find their home in a life with Him.
All throughout time the people of God have found themselves in times and places that have challenged their faith, livelihood, and what often appears to be contrary to God’s desires for them. We will spend the next 4 weeks looking at different examples in scripture in how the people of God have responded to difficult places, times, corrupt leadership, injustice, oppression, and broken relationships; in faith, boldness, and courage.
Learning and responding to God’s call for His people to give Him their first and their best in all areas of their lives: giving, serving, seeking, and how to let go of attachments that God wants us to give to Him.
Seeing how the promises of God meet us in moments of darkness, longing, and anticipation.
A journey through the book of 1 Thessalonians and look at how this young new converted church, living in response to good news and in light of Jesus' return, stayed faithful and proclaimed the gospel in the context of a city that hailed Caesar as King.
Taking a deeper look at our identity and mission as the Body of Christ.