Echo, our student ministry, has a group of students and adult volunteer leaders heading to West Virginia this Saturday, July 31st.
Archive for ‘July, 2010’
Tagged as Echo, events, mission trip, Missions, Poverty, West Virginia
At our fifth Kiln event, four artists shared their work.
Tagged as freedom, High priest, Holy Spirit, Honesty, prayer, Religion, Works
We often pray most honestly and faithfully when we are facing difficulties of some kind. The challenge is to pray like this in our daily lives.
Greg recently spoke at Crossroads Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. His sermon was titled “Kingdom Come.” You can watch the video or download the audio on their web site.
Tagged as Adult baptism, Baptism, Betrothal Ceremony, Bride of Christ, Covenant, Discipleship, Immersion
Jesus orders us to be baptized for the forgiveness of sins. Baptism is the betrothal (similar to “engagement”) ceremony in our relationship to Christ.
Our Annual Summer Baptism Event is on August 1, and will be held at 2:00 p.m. at Lake Phalen Beach. There will be a BBQ fundraiser after the 9:00 and 11:00 services as well. Learn more…
Tagged as europe, Grace, hide-and-seek, Love, Mercy, Missions, Repentance
As children, we learn to play “hide-and-seek” with our siblings, parents and friends. Many of us continue to play this game with God as adults. Kevin Johnson challenges us to turn to God with our whole heart and receive God’s mercy and grace.
Tagged as Greg Boyd, July 4th, Media Coverage, patriotism, RELEVANT
Greg wrote an article for the recent issue of RELEVANT magazine called “For (Too Much) Love of Country. Read the full article (and check out the lively discussion in the comments that follow the article) on RELEVANT’s web site.
Tagged as Brain, Psychology, Reflection, Rorschach test, Value
Psychologists use Rorschach tests to reflect what is inside a person. How we see the world and even how we read Scripture works in a similar way.
Tagged as Greg Boyd, John Quincy Adams, July 4th, News, Q blog, United States
Greg recently wrote an article for the Q blog titled “The Birth of Two Kingdoms: A Fourth of July Reflection.” In it, Greg talks about a speech given by John Quincy Adams which connects the birth of the United States with the Birth of Christ.