Bible Text: Matthew 25:14-30 | Speaker: Chris Pacholczak | Series: Red Letter Living A look at the Parable of the 10 talents, telling us what the Kingdom of God is like. In this parable, we learn how those in God's kingdom are held accountable with the "talents" we are given.
Bible Text: Matthew 28:18-20 | Speaker: Joel Symonds | Series: Red Letter Living There is no greater calling or purpose than the pursuit of making disciples. Each of us are called to go into the world and to have more people understand Jesus' Lordship. It's about bringing real change into this world by having God's kingdom permeate everyone and everywhere. And it begins with making disciples.
Bible Text: Luke 10:25-37 | Speaker: Dan Wiebe | Series: Red Letter Living What does it mean to live humbly? In particular, what does it mean to live a life of humility? Dan Wiebe explores this by looking at the Good Samaritan
Bible Text: Luke 10:38-42 | Speaker: Andrea Dunbar | Series: Red Letter Living The story of Mary, Martha, and Jesus is often understood as needing to slow down. However, there's a more subversive thing going on in this passage. Through this familiar story, Andrea encourages women in the community to consider their gifts in leadership and to step up when necessary.
Bible Text: Matthew 6:19-24 | Speaker: Scott Wiebe | Series: Red Letter Living God's accounting system proves over and over again to be the very opposite of how the world's works. We often use the term "upsidedown kingdom" - and that's because it is.
Bible Text: Matthew 6:14 | Speaker: Joel Symonds | Series: Red Letter Living If you forgive people when they sin against you, God will forgive you. If not, your father won't forgive you. Heavy stuff. How do we make sense of this?
Bible Text: Matthew 5:38-48 | Speaker: Joel Symonds | Series: Red Letter Living The first message in this series explores what the "Red Letters" are and then dives in deep with one of the most challenging passages - going the extra mile. What does it mean to love our enemy?