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Invasion

Sundays this November @ 9 & 10:30am

The rescuer has come. And he is on an all-out kingdom invasion. More than a biography, the Gospel of Mark is about God’s coming kingdom. It tells the story of Jesus breaking into hostile country, winning back lost ground, and liberating its people.

This November we delve into the first five chapters. Hear the story of Jesus in a way you haven’t heard before.

11/24 | Chapter 5: Drowning Swine

FAITH CHALLENGES

Ancient Christians described the devotional life in three ways: oratio, meditatio, and tentatio. Take a step in your walk with Christ and engage in these personal spiritual practices.

Oratio (speak)

Each week read the Gospel of Mark. Read past the chapter and verse numbers, past the section headers. Read it like a novel. Read it fast. Start as soon as you can. However far you get by Saturday is fine. Each week, start it over again and go for the gold, even if you don’t finish the prior week.

Meditatio (meditate)

Memorize a story from Mark 1-5. Start with a verse. Let it grow. By the end of the month, see if you can get a whole story. Find an excuse to share it. At your discipleship group? With your family? Invite some people over and just share what you’re memorizing and why. Then say it for each other. The outlet, you’ll find, will give purpose and propel you forward. It moves you from passive listener to active participant.

Tentatio (trial)

Invade an area of darkness for someone. If Mark is about Jesus invading a world gripped in darkness, follow his lead. Pray God’s kingdom into someone. Bring good into a situation. Speak love into hostility or truth into deception. Silently adopt them. Work something that brings joy and hope. Put the kingdom of darkness on the defensive.

Pentecost

CURRENT SERIES

Invasion

Sundays this November @ 9 & 10:30am

The rescuer has come. And he is on an all-out kingdom invasion. More than a biography, the Gospel of Mark is about God’s coming kingdom. It tells the story of Jesus breaking into hostile country, winning back lost ground, and liberating its people.

This November we delve into the first five chapters. Hear the story of Jesus in a way you haven’t heard before.

11/24 | Chapter 5: Drowning Swine

FAITH CHALLENGES

Ancient Christians described the devotional life in three ways: oratio, meditatio, and tentatio. Take a step in your walk with Christ and engage in these personal spiritual practices.

Oratio (speak)

Each week read the Gospel of Mark. Read past the chapter and verse numbers, past the section headers. Read it like a novel. Read it fast. Start as soon as you can. However far you get by Saturday is fine. Each week, start it over again and go for the gold, even if you don’t finish the prior week.

Meditatio (meditate)

Memorize a story from Mark 1-5. Start with a verse. Let it grow. By the end of the month, see if you can get a whole story. Find an excuse to share it. At your discipleship group? With your family? Invite some people over and just share what you’re memorizing and why. Then say it for each other. The outlet, you’ll find, will give purpose and propel you forward. It moves you from passive listener to active participant.

Tentatio (trial)

Invade an area of darkness for someone. If Mark is about Jesus invading a world gripped in darkness, follow his lead. Pray God’s kingdom into someone. Bring good into a situation. Speak love into hostility or truth into deception. Silently adopt them. Work something that brings joy and hope. Put the kingdom of darkness on the defensive.

UPCOMING SERIES

Kingdom Carols

Sundays this December @ 9 & 10:30am

Amid the busyness and stress of the holiday season, there is a soundtrack. If you listen closely… music. Not just songs about winter, or snow, or presents, or peace on earth… but songs about the Kingdom. God’s kingdom. About the royal proclamation of Jesus’ birth.

12/01 | God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

12/08 | Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

12/15 | He Shall Reign Forevermore

12/22 | Joy to the World

UPCOMING SERIES

Kingdom Carols

Sundays this December @ 9 & 10:30am

Amid the busyness and stress of the holiday season, there is a soundtrack. If you listen closely… music. Not just songs about winter, or snow, or presents, or peace on earth… but songs about the Kingdom. God’s kingdom. About the royal proclamation of Jesus’ birth.

12/01 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

12/08 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

12/15 He Shall Reign Forevermore

12/22 Joy to the World

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