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Next Level Relationships

Jan 07 2018 • David Morrow, Greg Boyd, Nicole Bullock

When asked to name the greatest law of the 613 in the Old Testament, Jesus summarized all of them with two simple commands: love God and love others as yourself (Matthew 22:36-40). In other words, the Kingdom is all about relationships, and at the center of healthy relationships is agape-love. But what does agape-love actually look like? In this series we will look at how to move deeper in our relationships with others with the hope that we will experience transformation into the image of Jesus.

Sermons in this series:

Move Over: The Root of Relationship Conflicts

• Greg Boyd

We tend to break the world in to sacred and secular, but in reality this is a false dichotomy. No matter where Jesus was or what relationship he was in He was fully present as a walking talking embodiment of the Kingdom of God. Instead of walking around with hungry hearts using others in an attempt to fill up our need for security, significance, and worth, we are called to mimic Christ in all our relationships by being filled by our relationship with the Father and letting that overflow to those around us.

Topics: Identity in Christ, Kingdom of God, Relationships


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