A series recap and a look ahead…

Happy Friday, friends!!

Last Sunday we finished up a seven part series on some really big topics. We tackled God, Religion, Jesus, Salvation, the Cross, the Bible and Church. Thanks for your in-depth, honest conversations!

Here are a few examples of art projects and lists we made together as a community…

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This is a heart to help us remember we’re all woven together as we attempt to live into Jesus’ revolution of love.

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A list of ways we can live in to the revolution of love!

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This is a clock that asks us how we will use our time to live into salvation, realizing that salvation, abundant life, isn’t something that just happens after we die.

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For this list we attempted to explain what salvation feels like.

It’s been an incredible journey thus far! On Sunday, we will begin a new series that examines spiritual practices. How are we formed as followers of Jesus? We will take a look at Prayer, Worship, Service, Study, Simplicity & Solitude, and Confession.

As we engage the topic of prayer this week, we will as questions such as:
-What is prayer? Is it asking God for things? Is it a response to God?
-Do we have to say certain words? Are words even necessary?
-Are there particular times we should pray?
-What about meditation?
-Does God answer prayer? And if so, how?
-What is fasting? Do we need to do that?
-Should we pray alone? In groups? Out loud? Silently?

Join us on Sunday at 6:30 for dinner, discussion, communion and creative worship! Questions? Email Brittany at britt.conley@gmail.com. Everyone is invited, and everyone means everyone, seriously.

Peace!

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