How close do we allow Jesus to come to us? Col invites us to both breathe in and breathe out as we allow Jesus to come close, breathing in His love and life so that we are able to breathe out into the world His goodness and faithfulness.
What does it mean to live well when we're having a 'Saturday experience'. When God is calling us to wait and heaven seems silent? Through mystery and trust, John encourages us to worship God in this unique liminal space.
On Easter Sunday, we look at the easiest spiritual discipline – Celebration – or is it? Fear and negativity can rob us of joy infusing all our practices. Peter encourages us to laugh, worshipfully and celebrate everything and everyone on the day that we celebrate the Risen King.
The greatest ‘line in the sand’ moment in history occurred in the garden when Jesus proclaimed, “Yet, not my will but yours be done”. Mark encourages us through Trust, Surrender, and Obedience to align our will with God’s.
Jesus resisted the first temptation to ‘say the word’ in the desert. Peter shares how we are called to control our tongues, ‘to feed the wolf’ of life and hope and, like the ermine, fight for purity over survival.
The Practices of Simplicity: Being Emptied in Order to be Filled by God’s Will and Heart - Brittany White
This week, Brittany shares how the practice of simplicity is being emptied in order to be filled again by His will and His Heart and how calling is found being in close proximity to God, which can we can only do when we live simply.
A longing after God leads us to fast and pray. Brittany unpacks how the Spirit leads us to keep company with Him, exposing our dependencies and awakens us to a deeper hunger.
In the first message of our Easter series - The Way through the Wild, Peter explores how Jesus calls us into practices in response to the Spirit seeking us out!
God calls us into a vibrant life of sacrificial living, shown through the first Gentile church at Antioch. Mark encourages us to do this from a foundation of grace, renewing our mind as we step into the wonder of sacrificial living.