Posts tagged Out of Exile
Out of Exile IV | Brandon Cook

Romans 10:1-13

At Christmas we celebrate the coming of the Messianic Age. This means the end of old mythologies and the beginning of a new story. At the center of this new story, which is rooted in God’s Kingdom Come , is diversity, as Jews and Gentiles are brought together. This story of diversity continues through the age of the Church, and in this message we explore some aspects of Biblical diversity, how Jesus leads us into it, and how we can follow him wholeheartedly.

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Out of Exile II: The Exile of Shame | Brandon Cook

Romans 8:1-11

Exerpt Exile is any time what should be seems to be losing the battle to what is, and this is experienced in a variety of ways. Even when we are not under the power of a foreign oppressor, as Jesus’ people were, every human heart knows, in some way, the exile that comes from shame. In this message, we explore the reality that in Jesus there is no condemnation and there is freedom from shame. As part of an abundant life in God’s love, we explore how we can ground ourselves in the reality that all who trust in Christ are never put to shame.

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Out of Exile I: Advent In Exile | Ryan Longnecker

Romans 7:1-14

In this first Sunday of Advent we explore our theme of Exile: any time or place where what should be seems to be losing the battle to what is.  In exile we are invited to reconsider our relationship with systems that can not deliver our heart's rightful longing for transformation and Kingdom Come.   We consider: what needs to give way to my relationship with Christ?

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