Viewing entries tagged
Jesus

Sacred Questions (Guest: Jason Miller)

Sacred Questions (Guest: Jason Miller)

Jason Miller - This week’s teaching wrestles with the complicated nature of desire, focusing on Jesus’s surprising interaction with a beggar in Mark 10.

God | The Son

Comment

God | The Son

The week, David Armstrong kicks off our mini-series on the Trinity, introducing us to some of the background of the Jewish understanding of God and moving on to talking about Jesus, the son.

Comment

Embrace the mystery (Guest: Jason Miller)

Comment

Embrace the mystery (Guest: Jason Miller)

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.

Comment

The Upside Down | Part 2: Blessed are those who mourn

Comment

The Upside Down | Part 2: Blessed are those who mourn

David Armstrong speaks on the second beatitude and this strange proclamation of Jesus that those who mourn are blessed. He explores grieving and it's role to enlarge our souls, to make way for human connection and participation and make room for the comfort and healing of others and God.

The Series "The Upside Down" seeks to dig into the Beatitudes, understanding what Jesus is saying and seeing the upside-down world which He speaks about.

Comment

The Upside Down | Part 1: Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

Comment

The Upside Down | Part 1: Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

David Armstrong opens our new series on the Beatitudes, introducing us to the overall theme and diving into the first of the Beatitudes, "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

The Series "The Upside Down" seeks to dig into the Beatitudes, understanding what Jesus is saying and seeing the upside-down world which He speaks about.

Comment