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Jesus is Really Good

Jesus is Really Good

Jesus is Trustworthy
February 21, 2016
God is Good, All the Time.
Maybe you have this picture of God? This picture works like this: God is the boss, we are his workers doing his will on the earth. Our payday and reward are the blessings in our lives.

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    Jesus is Really Good

    Following God in an Unstable World

    Jesus is The Good Physician
    February 14, 2016
    God is Good, All the Time.
    Maybe you have this picture of God? This picture works like this: God is the boss, we are his workers doing his will on the earth. Our payday and reward are the blessings in our lives.

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    Reflecting on our Mission

    Following God in an Unstable World

    Inviting People into the Story of Jesus
    February 7, 2016
    Our dream is to offer a vision of Jesus and His Way that is accessible to those living in a progressive, urban/suburban center like Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County. This includes removing barriers to particular cultures and subcultures, racial and ethnic backgrounds, politics, economic status, etc. This inherently includes a "come as you are" invitation to everyone and anyone. The invitation involves a personal relationship with a living God who doesn't leave us where we are, but transforms into his likeness and image and invites us to begin living in His kingdom now.

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    Following God in an Unstable World

    Following God in an Unstable World

    Following God in an Unstable World #4
    January 31, 2016
    This series wasn’t designed to advance any particular political agenda or try to detail a biblical response to every social ill or problem. More than anything, we have desired to prime your “prophetic imagination” as we live within the world not as it is, but as it should be. Imagine with me what might happen within us if we allowed the seeds of justice, peace, and mercy to take root in our lives and the way we walk out our faith? How might we understand and inhabit the Gospel or think biblically about the social issues of the day?

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    Following God in an Unstable World

    Following God in an Unstable World

    Following God in an Unstable World #3
    January 24, 2016
    Theologians, seminarians, and pastors all wrestle with these same questions. Some have attempted to explain the problem of evil in simple terms, offering that evil is simply the result of the first humans taking from God what didn’t belong to them (what would later develop into the theology of original sin), but that answer is too neat and tidy for me. Plus it doesn’t address the other questions of “Where did evil come from, in the first place?” and “Why has God allowed it to continue in his good creation?” Then there’s the bigger question of why God has decided to get his “boots muddy and his hand bloody” by joining humanity in its struggle with evil.

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    Following God in an Unstable World

    Following God in an Unstable World

    Following God in an Unstable World #2
    January 17, 2016
    We all experience disruption to peace. Whether that disruption is on a small scale, a global scale, or even a national one - it leaves us all with this feeling of “Yuck!” And we want to escape it. This isn’t anything new. People have been searching for peace for as long as people have walked this earth.

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