From Here to Maturity - Recap

As we reflect on our maturation as disciples and the ongoing process of transformation of our hearts and lives, there are four questions which we can consider. 1. What’s Right? 2. What’s Wrong? 3. What Needs Clarifying? 4. What’s Missing? As we consider and engage with these questions in community, we will continue to grow into mature followers of Jesus.


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Purposeful and Persevering: Finishing Well

Philippians 3:7-16; Colossians 3:5-17; Hebrews 12:1-13

A person who knows that discipleship is a lifelong journey of increasing responsiveness to God, embracing the perspective that we are on a path toward maturity, that having a relationship with Jesus is our greatest treasure, and that heaven is our real home.


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Discerning and Disarming: Alignment

Acts 4:18-20; 5:27-42; John 17:6-19; Philippians 3:17-21

A person who is being transformed into the spirit and character
of Christ, able to interact with religious, political and societal systems with
increasing discernment, giving primary allegiance to God’s kingdom by being “in the world, but not of it.”


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Thriving and Thirsting: Spiritual Self-Care

Matthew 22:36-40; John 21:15- 17; Revelation 2:1-7; Luke 7:36-48

A person who believes in Jesus increasingly loves him with “heart, soul, mind and strength,” and is committed to growing as a disciple, regardless of the cost.


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Introduction to Series

Discipleship is more than gaining knowledge. It is the process of transformation of the heart. It is choosing to be with Jesus in order to learn to be like him, in the power that he gives. Discipleship is responding to God’s work in our lives, with his initiative making our transformation possible.


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Psalm 26

September 3 – Psalm 26 – Carl


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Restore Us Again


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Give Ear to My Prayer - Psalm 17

August 6 – Psalm 17 – Carl – Give Ear to My Prayer


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Great is the Lord - Psalm 145

Psalm 145 – Carl – Great is the Lord


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The Great Commission

On this Trinity Sunday we are reminded that our calling to make disciples is rooted in the divine communion of the Holy Trinity.  The Father, Spirit, and Son form a radical community into which we are invited through the sacrificial hospitality of Jesus’ death on the cross.  So too, we invite others into fellowship with the body of those who have experienced this divine hospitality.  Rather than mere transmission of knowledge, we come to see that our effectiveness in disciple-making correlate to how well we emulate the sacrificial hospitality and radical community of the divine communion of the Trinity.


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