What does the good news of Christ have to do with conflict resolution, joy, sorrow, and worry?
What motivates and moves you to wake up and the morning? In Philippians we see Paul’s singular passion and goal to know Christ. How do we have and know more of Jesus?
What do the Proverbs have to say about justice? And how does the gospel shape us into people who love justice?
What can the Messianic Psalms teach us about Christ? How can we become more like Jesus?
At the heart of the Christian faith lies this question: where do you place your confidence? We place a lot of our personal confidence in things like our resumes, backgrounds, education, what we’ve achieved and are. How can we find true confidence in Christ?
Our church endeavors to be “neighborhood-centered,” which of course means loving, caring for, and investing in the community. But it also means loving our neighbors sacrificially. What does this kind of service look like?
What Jesus seems to care about–and even be about–the most, is love. Knowledge, experience, and emotions matter, but they only matter if they make you an other-centered person. So what does this love look like in relationships?
What does it mean to “grow spiritually”? What does it look like in our spirituality, our relationships with others, and our presence in the world?
Solidarity requires humility. What we most need to be together and to be one is not commonality, but humility. What we most need for racial reconciliation is not only courage, but humility. What can we learn about humility from the life of Christ?
In light of the events in Charleston, South Carolina last week, what does it mean for Christians to stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters against racism and hate?