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Embodiment

Weylin Lee reflects on what Jesus’ resurrection into a physical body means for how we live in and out of our body here and now [Luke 24:36-48]. Reflection How are you invited to live from the vulnerability of your wounds? In what ways can you live a holistic life that integrates body and soul? Resources Book: From Brokenness to Community […]

Baptism

Gideon Tsang reflects on the meaning of baptism in our lives as we hear the stories of David Burrows, Meredith McNamee, and Errol Neider [Romans 6:1-11]. Reflection In what ways are you growing into your baptism this season? How are you still being transformed by your baptism? Resources Book: The Invisible Church (J. Pittman McGehee)

Triumph

As we continue in the season of Lent and celebrate Palm Sunday, Gideon Tsang reflects on celebrating what we don’t yet understand about God and faith [John 12:12-19]. Reflection What might it look like to offer your weakness to God and others in order to be healed? How can you celebrate what you don’t yet understand about God and faith? […]

Being Made Alive

As we continue in the season of Lent, Weylin Lee invites us to consider different life-giving rhythms that can help us in our journey of being made alive [Ephesians 2:1-10]. Reflection What liminal space do we need to enter in order to experience growth and transformation? How can we grow in our own richness of mercy? Resources Podcast: This American […]

How to Apply Scripture

Gideon Tsang teaches through the texts that have traditionally been used to marginalize LGBTQ individuals and how they might still be applicable for us today. [Hebrews 4:12-13]. Reflection What does it look like to receive from God rather than barter with God? How can we use our power and privilege to include rather than exclude? Resources Vox’s LGBTQ Journey Description […]

Names and Knowing

As we continue in the season of Lent, Liz Schepel explores the names that we are invited to know God, ourselves and others through [Genesis 17]. Reflection What names do you use for God right now? What would it look like to see God as a friend? In what ways could you try to know and listen to “the other” […]

Too Deep for Words

As we begin the season of Lent, Jason Minnix reflects on navigating suffering and hope in meaningful ways [Romans 8:22-28]. Reflection How can I make space to rest in God praying for me during this season of Lent? What is my small part next to God’s small part in creating goodness from the shattered bits of life? Resources Video: Kids […]