Weylin Lee talks about why we’re invited to live as foreigners and how it captures the new way of life Jesus offers us. [1 Peter 1:17-23]. Reflection: How can we put aside our entitlement to create space for a posture of humility? How can we move towards sincere love that doesn’t carry expectations?
Jason Minnix talks about being immersed into change as we hear the stories of Grace Minnix, Noah Tsang, Zachary Lee and Madeline Strickland [Matthew 3:1-6,13-17]. Reflection: How does it feel to be chosen and marked by love, the delight of God’s life? What if it’s true that God accepts every part of us without hesitation?
As we celebrate Easter, Gideon Tsang reflects on what it feel like to survive death and to be birthed into a new way of life and living [Jeremiah 31:1-6]. Reflection: What grace can you find in the desert seasons of your life? How can God’s unchanging love revise your life story? Resources: Video: Angel’s Landing Hike Video: James Turrell- The […]
Jason Minnix reflects on our expectations as we near the end of the Lenten season [Matthew 21:1-11]. Reflection: What pain and darkness is God starting to untether in me this week? How can I relax into the grace that God actually likes me? Resources: Video: On Love with Alain De Botton
Gena Minnix talks about how we reflect on and respond to waiting in this season of Lent [Psalm 130:1-8]. Reflection: How might sharing my feelings, needs, and wants with God help me while I’m waiting? How might God use the ‘waiting’ parts of my life to write an exceptionally good story? Resources: Podcast: Missing Richard Simmons Practices: Voicing to God […]
Liz Schepel talks about what we can remember in darkness as we continue to reflect on the season of Lent [Ephesians 5:8-14]. Reflection: How much of our lives are in the shadows, but there is goodness and truth waiting to be illuminated? What in particular is scary to dig up? How can we reach for light?
John Chandler reflects on what will come of our season of lent where we open ourselves up to brokenness, grief and suffering [Romans 5:1-11]. Reflection What suffering already might be present for you to take hold of? How have you not allowed hope to birth out of your suffering?