Jason Miller – It’s inspiring to look to the heroes of Scripture and imagine what we might have in common with them. But what about the villains? When we see characters in these stories who rebel against God, who work against love, who resist the truth, or who participate in injustice, should we stand at a distance and judge them? Or could we identify with them? And if so, could we learn to leave some bad patterns behind and get on with the way of living that Jesus calls us to? This week, we consider Cain, the first mention of “sin” in Scripture, and the problems we face when someone else has the blessing.
February 21, 2021
2.21 [REFLECTION] Speak What is True: A Guided Prayer for Lent
As we prepare for Holy Week and Easter, the season of Lent invites us to reflect and confess. We don’t do this to shame ourselves or hang our heads. We welcome the conviction that comes from Love. This episode includes music, guidance, questions, and Scripture and is meant to accompany you in times of reflection as often as you’d like to use it.
February 14, 2021
2.14 [TEACHING] Epiphany: The Surprise of Finding God in Jesus (wk 6)