We continue our look at Matthew 11:28-30 considering what the metaphor of a yoke might mean for us in our lives today.
We begin our month long look at Matthew 11:28-30 – three well known verses that perhaps offer us precisely what we need at this moment. But the invitation must be received. We must first admit that we are in need of rest.
Four years ago, the Herrbolts moved from Laramie, WY, to Grand Rapids with a number of expectations and hopes. As it turned out, many of those were not met or fulfilled. What do we do when this happens? When we feel that we are being obedient or God is calling us to something or we […]
Our Story series continues this week with the story of two of our young people. Terra Workman and Sophia Ferenczi both have a passion for climate justice. They share here where this passion started and how they see this work through the lens of their faith. Listen and hear how God is working in and […]
Listen as we tell the story of one family’s trip to Uganda. In that trip, they learned more about themselves and more about the women who live there. They noticed what God is doing in Uganda, and in their own lives here at home. This is their story.
We consider the need for awe and wonder in our lives, and how it can help us find our purpose and place in the world.
Elliot leads us in a conversation on quantum mechanics. Yep. You heard right. We consider how something like a photon, which is both a wave and a particle, might help us think differently about many things in our complex world.
Elliot leads us through the incredible process of a star’s death, which gives way to the building blocks of life. This awe-inspiring cycle is what we see throughout creation. Life coming after loss and death. Resurrection. What might this mean for us in our day to day lives?
We begin a four week series looking at incredible aspects of creation, and what they have to teach us about our lives together. This first week’s takeaway: Don’t be a Western Cedar. Note: the first few minutes were not recorded. You can find more about the research we talked about at first by watching this […]
We took a week to look at a story we have likely heard of before from Luke 9: the feeding of the 5000 and what it might have to say to us in this moment.
Difficulty and possibility so often exist hand in hand, perhaps especially in liminal spaces. We see this again as look at Philip’s story from Acts 8.
1 Corinthians 8 and 10 show us that when we are in a liminal space, there is newfound opportunity to let go — to admit that we might not know it all — and that we might need each other (even when we disagree) more than we realize.
Week 7 – Acts 2:1-13, 42-47, 4:32-37 We consider what a life of radical generosity looks like in the midst of a global pandemic and rampant racism.
We look at the way God used a liminal space to prepare the first Christians for the future that was coming. John 21.
This week we look at Moses’ story as he journeyed through the in-between on more than one occassion. What do we learn from his life? (Exodus 2 and 3).