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Women on the Outside

Jan 04 2015 • Abe Johnson, Brianna Millett, Greg Boyd

It’s notable that throughout his ministry, Jesus consistently interacted with and cared for people who were outsiders in the cultural and religious structures of his time. Many of those people were women and while our modern society has progressed in some ways, we’re still called to confront injustice and intentionally build bridges with “outsiders” in our world.Join us for our new series, Women on the Outside, which runs from January 3 – February 1.

Sermons in this series:

Through Samaria

• Greg Boyd

In this final installment of the Women on the Outside series, we explore the story of the woman at the well Jesus encountered while traveling through Samaria and how he dives right in to the gender and racial tensions of the first century Jewish culture.

Topics: Grace, Reconciliation, Role of Women

Party Crasher

• Greg Boyd

We continue our short series on Women on the Outside this week by looking at the moving story of a prostitute who anoints the feet of Jesus with perfume and how we can learn much from how Jesus saw and responded to that woman.

Topics: Gratitude, Identity in Christ, Role of Women

Not This Woman

• Abe Johnson

In this third installment of the Women on the Outside series, we explore the story of a Phoenician woman Jesus encountered while with His disciples in the Tyre and Sidon region. We discuss how Jesus held the challenge and beauty of His mission as first the rescuer of the nation of Israel with His overall mission and call to make disciples of all nations.

Topics: Conflict, Faith, Role of Women

My Friend Gail

• Brianna Millett

This week we kick off our new series, Women on the Outside, with the story of the woman healed from sickness and how it relates to our role in God's Kingdom.

Topics: Faith, Healing, Role of Women


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