Jason Miller and Dr. Angela Logan – During Lent, we’ve been reflecting on our own capacity to work against God’s kingdom. We’ve also been reading Jemar Tisby’s “The Color of Compromise” to reflect on the American Church’s complicity in racism as an application of this big idea. As we celebrate Holy Thursday and approach the events of Jesus’ passion, our lead pastor, Jason, sat down for a conversation with Dr. Angela Logan to discuss their experiences reading the book.
March 28, 2021
3.28 [TEACHING] We Are Not Always Heroes (wk 5): Judas
Jason Miller – Judas is one of the more difficult characters in Scripture to relate to. But what if we share his capacity for infidelity? And even if we do, is betrayal the thing that makes Judas tragic?
February 14, 2021
3.21 [TEACHING] We Are Not Always Heroes (wk 4): Jonah
Ryan Yazel – There seems to be something about being human that makes it difficult to handle power well. In what ways might we be tempted to use our power to force forward our goals at the expense of others? In the third week of our Lent series, we consider the stories of the empires of the Bible.
March 7, 2021
3.7 [TEACHING] We Are Not Always Heroes (wk 2): Saul
Jason Miller – How does a hero fall? Is it a sinister turn, or is something more common and relatable? What happens when we can’t let go of the ego projects that we were building? In the second week of our Lent series, we consider King Saul in the book of 1 Samuel.