Weylin finishes a conversation on what it means to be participants of God’s work in the world. We’ll talk through the saga of Joseph, whose simultaneously dysfunctional yet redemptive life with God offers commentary in how we can be a part of what God is still doing. As you engage the conversation we hope that Vox will be a community participating in what God is doing in our neighborhoods and city. [Genesis 42-45]
In what ways are we addicted to ourselves, our lives and our circumstances?
What rhythms do we practice that allow us to look beyond ourselves and make God central in what we do?