March 10, 2019
Do you hear what I hear? A song, a song, high above the trees with a voice as big as the sea. God, our Father, is singing His song over all creation. Join us as we explore this promise through the words of the prophet Zephaniah.
Jesus tells us that “the workers are few,” so we must be the best we can be. We examine three characteristics from Jesus’ life. Harvest workers must be present, they must be observant, and they need to know the importance of each season.
[Matthew 9:35-38; Luke 10:2]
This week as part of our series on spiritual disciplines we look at simplicity. Based on Micah 6:8 we can establish that simplicity is really the art of blending internal kindness with external justice. One or the other alone leaves something out.
Silence and solitude are two extremely important spiritual disciplines. If we are not purposeful about them, they can go missing in a culture such as ours. We take a look at how God can speak profoundly within the “sound of silence.”
[1 Kings 19:1-13]
Happy New Year! At a time of year with so much anticipation of the new things to come we focus on the comparison of the old covenant and the new. May we full take hold of the new covenant in 2018.
[Hebrews 9:1-15; 2 Corinthians 3:7-18]
James’ thoughts in chapter 2 seem to parallel many of the thoughts of Jesus recorded in Matthew. We examine these parallels which reveal a blessing, a warning and a better approach when it comes to the issue of favouritism.
[James 2:1-13; Matthew 19:23-24; Matthew 6:14-15]