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Living All-In for Jesus’ Kingdom

Jesus calls his followers to live for his kingdom by offering themselves fully to God and following Jesus into the world on mission. Read more today from Brian Russell on what it means to be all-in for Jesus and his kingdom.

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Why I Never Understood the Lord’s Supper Until...

And here’s the glory of it all. The truest sign of our entering into Holy Communion with Jesus is revealed and celebrated every time we approach another human being and welcome the Holy Spirit to demonstrate to them, through us, those same words, “ME FOR YOU.”

From: J. D. Walt

A Different Way to Plan

If you are anything like me, you landed in worship leadership quite by accident. But it was not an accident, and God has handed you the hearts of the people in your congregation. Maybe as you plan the next service on your radar, you can try not starting with a song. Instead, start by envisioning your people, reminding yourself of their stories.

From: Worship Design Collective

The Weekly Breather: Calming The Body

the Holy Spirit continually invites us into mini-Sabbath experiences and offers us a rhythm of breathing and being that will not only reveal the longings of our hearts, but satisfy the deepest of them. We talk about these concepts often on the Soul Care Collective. However, sometimes it is hard to know how to apply these concepts to our lives in practical ways.

From: Soul Care Collective

Free Lesson: Find Your Light (Week 2)

In the previous lesson, we discussed what light is and began to discuss where light comes from. We are going to continue the discussion of where light comes from by looking at two additional passages.

From: Youth Ministry Collective

Daily Text

Each day offers a short Bible text and a small bit of what we call “devotional commentary,” both of which aim to keep our community on a common journey. Come here daily for readings that will stir you on to prayer and reflection.

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