This week David Armstrong continues our series on Kingdom Ways with the way of Hospitality. Explaining the power that hospitality can hold and how it is a weapon of love to be used against our enemies, he encourages us to offer a more radically freedom-giving version of hospitality to those around us.
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Our friend and guest Jason Miller explores this simple yet profound paradox — the closer we move to the centre of faith the more elusive and mysterious it seems. God cannot be put in a box or category yet has been revealed in a very particular way in time and place... in the person of Christ. The invitation is to embrace the mystery.
Jason Miller is a pastor, an artist, and a gifted teacher from South Bend, Indiana. He leads South Bend City Church, a community that seeks to practice the way of Jesus as they wrestles with the tensions of ancient faith in a modern world. You can follow his work at http://jasonadammiller.com.
Jesus was a contemplative activist, but never a reactivist. Dan Saunders speaks about the way of compassion from Matthew 14.
David Armstrong speaks about the church's calling to be cheerful givers and a community of generosity that responds to the lavish grace of God. He examines how this impacts our relationship with our resources and money.