David Wallace reflects on our invitation to perceive the miracles in our lives that aren’t possible from a human perspective [Luke 9:28-43]. Reflection What are “old stories” in your lives that you’re holding on to? What would new versions of these stories look like if you could perceive them differently?
Kelly Cutbirth reflects on how we might facilitate meditation of the heart especially in the challenging circumstances we face [Psalm 19]. Reflection What kind of song is your heart singing this morning? In what area of your life do you feel the need to hide parts of yourself? How does it feel to imagine yourself being fully known in that […]
Weylin Lee reflects on how we are invited to remain in the space of mystery as we begin to decompress from the past year and reimagine how our community might reconnect in new ways [Mark 4:26-34]. Reflection How might we release control in order to experience divine transformation? How are we invited to welcome the unexpected and offer safe space […]
Kelly Cutbirth reflects on how Jesus modeled another way of authority and how we’re invited to embody this truer way of authority as we lead and follow others [Mark 1:21-28]. Reflection What ideas about authority am I being invited to let go of?How can I use my authority to care for and restore freedom to others? Practice Authority grounded in […]
For Kid’s Sunday, Gena Minnix reflects on how God invites us through difficult times in our lives [Hebrews 12:1-2]. Reflection How does my small story connect with the larger story? How does ‘looking where the artist looked’, help me see God’s trustworthiness? Resources Video: Mountain of Hell Race Crash Artist: Tomás Saraceno
This Sunday on April 7, right after liturgy, we will be dunking 5 people from the Vox community as they publicly mark their journey of faith and their desire to live a Christ-following life. You will get to hear some of their stories during liturgy. To celebrate with them, we’ll be having lunch together right afterwards. The P.Terry’s trailer will […]
Our story started with a question. An immigrant church by the name of Austin Chinese Church was interested in birthing a community that would be indigenous to the city filled with artists, creatives, and slackers (see 1991 film by Richard Linklater). They asked us with thick Chinese accents – “Do you want plant church for Austin?!” Out of naiveté and […]