As we enter the season of Advent, we’ll spend four weeks exploring the implications of a God who locates Godself in the womb of a young woman. If you’re looking for God, don’t run away from your humanity.
What do you do when you look at tomorrow and see what it will demand, and then look at today and the resources you have, and realize it’s not enough? This is an experience we can all relate to. It’s also a fitting question for us as we continue our work on the Tribune Project, and this episode contains an in-depth update on the project.
What do we do with a creed that speaks of Lordship at a time when so many of us are reckoning with destructive and abusive visions of power?
We’re still exploring the particularity of the creed, discovering the personal and political implications of Jesus as son of God. If you want to jump straight to the teaching, scrub over to 11:06.
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Jason Miller – A teaching on the scandal of the particular, and the beauty of finding God in the details of Jesus.
At the end of the teaching, we were led through a practice called Lectio Divina which focuses on scriptural reading, meditation, and prayer. Our time together then concluded with a song led by our worship team, called “Jesus at the Center” by Israel Houghton.
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