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The Art of Neighboring

The Art of Neighboring

Benefits of Loving Your Neighbors
July 3, 2016
Speaker: Donnell Wyche
When we practice the art of neighboring, we can extend our lives. Study after study report a simple fact, people who know their neighbors live longer. Why? When you believe that your neighbors are generally trustworthy, you're more likely to interact with them. Whether it's a chat by the mailbox, a helping hand with packages, or simply a wave and a smile, this type of interaction can lift your mood, reduce your stress, and instill a sense of belonging.

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    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Neighboring

    Flexibility & Compassion
    June 26, 2016
    Speaker: Donell Wyche
    “Who is my neighbor?” remains unanswered by Jesus. Maybe because that question implies selectivity about who should be loved and shown mercy. Instead, Jesus reflects on the larger question, maybe the one the expert should have posed, “To whom must I become a neighbor?” You cannot answer this question with a list, or a definition of neighbor.

    You can only answer this question having caught God’s heart, having experienced God’s love, his mercy, his grace, for yourself. This is a heart response. As our heart is shaped and (re)formed by God, it changes the way we act. It changes the way we behave.

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    Taste and See

    Taste and See

    Jesus Welcomes the Oppressed & Oppressor, Pt. III
    June 19, 2016
    Speaker: Donell Wyche
    Last week, we entered the story of Zacchaeus and his interaction with Jesus found in Luke 19, this is a continuation of the story of the blind beggar Bartimaeus that starts in Luke 18:35, as we make our way this morning, let’s start in Luke 19 by reading the first 7 verses to remind us of the scene as Jesus continues on his way after healing blind Bartimaeus.

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    Taste and See

    Taste and See

    Jesus Welcomes the Oppressed & Oppressor, Pt. II
    June 12, 2016
    Speaker: Donell Wyche
    Last week, we entered the story of the healing of blind Bartimaeus. This healing takes place as Jesus approaches Jericho on his way to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover with this disciples. Before healing Bartimaeus, Jesus asks him a question,

    “What do you want me to do for you?”

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    Taste and See

    Taste and See

    Jesus Welcomes the Oppressed & Oppressor, Pt. I
    June 5, 2016
    Speaker: Donell Wyche
    On his way to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover, Jesus passes through the ancient city of Jericho. For any of us who grew up near or in the church that city name might ring some bells or maybe you are remembering its name from watching those VeggieTales movies. Jericho was a powerful walled city that is the first city that the nation of Israel led by God himself captures as they make their way from slavery in Egypt to a land that was promised. Fast-forwarding to our scripture text today in Luke 18:35-43 - Luke 19, we find Jesus along with his disciples on their way to Jerusalem passing through the ancient city of Jericho.

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    Taste and See

    Taste and See

    Awakening Our Hunger
    May 29, 2016
    Speaker: Anna Hillaker
    Jesus offers a lasting, profound meeting of our deepest and most basic need— to be fed. And even more, he places no requirements on his offer. “Whoever comes to me I will never cast out.” Let’s hear that again. “Whoever comes to me I will never cast out.” This is our place at the table. The space is open. It has your name on it. If you approach the table you have the promise that you will not be rejected. You will not be turned away. Nothing is required of you except the trust needed to sit down and be fed.

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