Tag: culture


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Nov 2017
Newness | Finding Renewal in the Gospel

By Nathan Bryant | Pastor, The Zoe Project We talk of new things a whole lot in our culture. Newness is often understood as better. Though I would venture not everyone shares that value, and there are plenty of things we could point to that actually got worse as it became new, there are many things that this idea is of course pretty accurate. For example, electronics. I don’t know of anyone who craves the big box TVs over our slick new flatscreens, the old car phone versus the new smartphones, or......

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The Joy of Suffering
March 10, 2017

The Joy of Suffering

Every person goes through suffering. Maybe you aren’t suffering now but I’m sure you have and, if not, you will. If you’re wrestling with the tension of what to do today consider this: What if struggle and...


Church
October 03, 2016

Church

By Courtney Chow According to the Internet, “church” is defined as a building used for public Christian worship — a building that might well resemble the one I grew up calling church. I remember it...


The Lost Art of Staying Put
August 02, 2016

The Lost Art of Staying Put

A few days back I was sitting at a local coffeehouse with a few friends talking about the weekend. As conversation took place I couldn’t help but notice a small group of people sitting around...


Turning Toward Jesus Together
July 23, 2016

Turning Toward Jesus Together

Authored by Jeremy Penn Whenever the church gathers in my home we always begin the gathering with a shared meal. Around the table we are recentered around the presence of Christ, and the gathered are...