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Fall Bible Reading Plan Week 8: Luke 6:46-49

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Luke chapter 6 gives us a long block of Jesus’ teaching. Much of Jesus’ teaching is counter-cultural and counterintuitive. What Jesus teaches here is in line with the heart of the law to love God and love your neighbor, but Jesus applies it radically to situations like loving enemies and sharing with those in need....

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Fall Bible Reading Plan Week 7: Luke 5:1-11

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As Luke shows us the early ministry of Jesus we see that Jesus does not do his ministry alone but forms a group of disciples. This story shows us how Jesus called Simon Peter. Jesus performs a miracle, but there is also a deeper purpose in the miracle. Jesus’ miracle illustrates what following Jesus will look like for Simon Peter. ...

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Church Gatherings, City Orders, and Our Response

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As you may have heard the new city order today adds additional restrictions to various aspects of life in our city. I wanted to provide a short update on how we are responding as a church. ...

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Fall Bible Reading Plan Week 6: John 2:1-12

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John’s gospel is structured differently than the other gospels and one of the ways it’s different is that John gives us a series of “signs” that unfold as we read the gospels. These “signs” help reveal not only Jesus’ power and identity but also reveal what he came to do on the earth. In this week's passage we see Jesus' first "sign" and it occurs at the begi...

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Fall Bible Reading Plan Week 5: Luke 4:1-13

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After the longest of introductions to the person of Jesus, Luke now shows us the start of Jesus’ ministry. But before even ministering publicly Jesus faces a test: being tempted by the devil himself. This story is meant to echo two scenes from the Old Testament....

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