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).
This pandemic has put us in a liminal space — a time in which we’re in between what was and what will be. Liminal spaces are tough to navigate and full of uncertainty; and yet they are also spaces of potential transformation. This week we continue to see how the biblical story of the Exodus […]
The Bible is full of stories of people and communities who have had to journey through liminal spaces. Today, are in a liminal space too — caught between the world as we knew it and an unknown future. What do these stories have to teach us? This week we look at Israel, as they journeyed […]
Here’s a portion of our time together on Easter!
Teresa Teaches on Mark Ch 10
Teacher – Chris De Blaay talks about The Gospel of Mark (Ch. 9)
Teacher – Ricardo Talverez talks about The Gospel of Mark (Ch. 8)
Chris teaches on Mark Chapter 7
Kelly Buist teaches on Mark Chapter 6
Guest preacher Deborah McCreary led us through the first six verses of Mark 3, inviting us to consider how Jesus might be asking us to take a bold step of obedience.