Tonight we’re going to be looking at Acts 3—the entire chapter.Seriously. No joke. The entire chapter. We’ve been coming together the last seven weeks to
A MIXED-UP WORLDWe’re going to be camping out for just a few minutes in 2 Corinthians 5,so you can go ahead and turn there. I
TRUST TO CELEBRATE We’re going to be reflecting on Romans 15 today, so I’d invite you to go ahead and turn there. We’re in our
Father, Come illuminate these words. Teach us to see your light through these ancient Scriptures,and teach us to live in your light. Illuminate our lives,
**INTRODUCTION ADDED ON JULY 29, 2017** This sermon has somehow drifted to the top of Google’s results for “POTTER + CLAY + SERMON” and other
A PECULIAR COMMUNITY This is all a bit peculiar, isn’t it? Don’t get me wrong. This is really exciting. Church Beautiful has begun to gather.
THE TRAIL SO FAROur text this morning is from the eighth chapter of Romans, so if you’ve got Bibles go ahead and turn there. This
PRAYING WITH GODThis evening we’re going to be in Matthew 6, so go ahead and turn there. Last night we began exploring what it means
RECONNECTINGBack at the end of February—when I was asked to come and share with you guys here—I started wrestling with what we should talk about.
Let’s pray as we begin: Father, Thank you for loving all of us and for loving this world.This is hard stuff tonight. We need your
Father, Son and Spirit, Still our hearts in this moment, silence our thoughts and center us on you.Speak and spill your life into us this
Speak, Lord, for your servants are listening.Amen. OPEN TO INTERPRETATION Well this is my fourth time getting to share with you all,and that means we’re
Heavenly Father,Guide as we open these ancient words tonight.Teach us to hear you.Teach us to speak to you.Teach us to trust you.Amen. THE FIRST PRAYER
[Prayer]Our Father in Heaven,we ask for you to guide our thoughts tonight as we meditate on these ancient words. Our lives are often flooded with
THE FAIRYTALE GOSPEL Over the last seven or eight weeks, we’ve been exploring what exactly we mean when we say “the gospel.” That word gets