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Sep 18, 2017 J.K. Warrick
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The world is in darkness and lives in fear of light and being found out. Jesus came to step into our darkness in order to redeem us. He came to push back the darkness and set us free. He doesn’t turn his back to our darkness, but actually moves into our hurt, brokenness and pain.
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Sep 17, 2017 J.K. Warrick
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In the Kingdom of God, when it seems like there is nothing going on, God is always up to something, and He always has a plan. God hardly does anything by Himself, and calls us, ordinary people, to follow His plan and do the things that need to be done.
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Sep 13, 2017 Austen Marshall
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God requires righteousness from us, but we are incapable of becoming righteous on our own. Our only hope is that God himself gives us the righteousness He demands. Our Father provides a way to righteousness, and all we have to do is have faith to accept it … and He even provides the faith. We are undeserving of God’s grace and righteousness, but he gives it freely to us.
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Sep 7, 2017 Tony Kriz
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God has a diversity agenda, and as followers we are called to adopt his agenda. The scripture clearly teaches that it is better to disassociate with the name of Christianity then to live a lukewarm, apathetic life. In our spiritual village each one has a job: Children – hope; Older people – wisdom and patience; Mom’s and Dad’s – longsuffering and helping; Young people – change the world! As we fall in love with the work of God, we are believing in a better world and His kingdom...
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Aug 31, 2017 Rev. Mark Holcomb
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As kingdom people, seeking to live in the way of Jesus, we should be concerned that everyone, everywhere experiences shalom – a life that is flourishing. We need to be conscious consumers and cultivators. How we consume matters. What we cultivate matters. As we consider issues such as Creation Care, Clean sustainable drinking water, food, nutrition and the world hunger crisis, and human trafficking … we must ask the question – What is mine to do?
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Aug 30, 2017 Dr. John C. Bowling
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If we believe and accept the truth of Genesis 1, the rest of the Bible falls naturally into place. Science reveals the creation; the Bible, on the other hand, reveals the Creator. Our creator has a personal plan for each of us, so we should be listening for His voice, be aware of His presence, and be reminded of his love for us.
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Apr 27, 2017 Mark Holcomb
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God has made us for Himself and our hearts are restless until they find their rest in God. He has also called us to the ministry of reconciliation with each other and our world. Healing and reconciliation can happen in a moment, but more often it happens in the willingness to journey together.
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Apr 20, 2017 Carla Sunberg
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Experiencing God in His glory and fullness fills us with His Spirit. The result of this experience is the ability to see and respond to the mission field and needs around us. We breathe in His Spirit and breathe out upon a world in need. God is looking for willing souls to see the lost and the marginalized and to share the good news of the Kingdom with them. The question is, “how will we respond?”
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Apr 19, 2017 Mark Holcomb & Class Chaplains
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Reconciliation begins with God and requires our cooperation. Each human bears the image of God, and when we begin to see and acknowledge this reality it becomes possible to move forward in reconciliation. Jesus modeled reconciliation so we would do the same.
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Apr 12, 2017 Mark Quanstrom
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Through the poignant story of the untimely death of one who chose death we learn significant lessons. Even in the eye of the storms of life, choose life … the Lord our God is life. Our only hope is to trust in Him.
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Apr 6, 2017 Matthew Blackwell – Senior Class Chaplain
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The Servant Leadership Award was given by the Elwood foundation. Following the presentation the senior class chaplain of 2017 shared a compelling message on the power of a name, articulating that God changed individual’s names when their destiny was about to be radically changed. Today being defined by the name Christian, when we accept Christ as our Lord and Savior, is the ultimate name and vision for our lives, because it communicates that we are capable of becoming like Jesus. In closing,...
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Apr 5, 2017 MIA Teams
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The summer mission trips of 2016 and the spring break mission trips of 2017 were highlighted as representatives shared the impact these experiences had on their lives personally. The reports focused on a seed that God planted in the students as a result of the trip, and also a seed they saw God plant on the mission field.
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Mar 23, 2017 Mark Holcomb
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We are called to be in relationship with each other, and at times this is an ongoing process of reconciliation. We learn and grow as we exchange in unlikely friendships, and the light of God’s kingdom is able to shine in this unlikely encounters.
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Feb 22, 2017 Christopher Yuan
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Dr. Yuan shares his personal testimony of the spiritual transformation that is his story. God calls us to be holy as He is holy, and when we yearn after God in total surrender and obedience we will live in holiness.
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Feb 16, 2017 Corey MacPherson
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Worship is basically all that we are responding to all that He is. It is to be done both intimately and corporately. Living a life of praise involves full surrender. Jesus healed the ten lepers, but only one was made completely whole because of his act of worship.
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Feb 15, 2017 Mark Holcomb | Chris Pollock | Lilly Reza | Nicholas Lee
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Chaplain Holcomb moderates a dialogue between three urban pastors from Oklahoma City, each from distinct ethnic backgrounds. The discussion centers around how they are doing life and church together in order to be a true representation of Christ’s Kingdom lived out on earth. This collaborative Kingdom life model has moved from a hopeful aspiration to a true possibility as they journey together.
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Feb 9, 2017 Deirdre Brower Latz
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Through the practice of decisional forgiveness we see others as Christ does and have no other choice but to forgive. A spiritual muscle memory is developed as we practice forgiveness and reconciliation in the small daily decisions of life. Practicing forgiveness leads to the development of habitually saying yes to God’s way of loving and reconciling.
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Feb 8, 2017 Deirdre Brower Latz
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Reconciliation involves moves from knowing it is all about God, then responding to a God who loves us, and finally living out love and reconciliation with others. Reconciliation is hard work, but what we are called to do. Central in our story is the love of our Father, and as we learn His language of love we are to love and be reconciled with others.
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Feb 2, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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The mission of God in Christ is to restore this broken world. The present brokenness and pain of this world will pass away because He is making all things new. We are moving toward the fullness of the kingdom.
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Feb 1, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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Practical atheism manifests in a prayer-less life. God invites us into a family relationship and teaches us to pray big, audacious prayers that communities and people will be changed.
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Feb 1, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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Our lives become crowded with the worries of this world. Worrying creates a divided heart and inhibits our ability to hear and see God. Where is your gaze .. on the worries of life or on Jesus?
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Jan 31, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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In his message on the mount, Jesus pushes the standard higher and higher to the point of a statement about living perfectly. Perfection is about loving as God loves – a boundary-breaking, cross-cultural type of love. As kingdom people are loves should stand in juxtaposition to how the world lives. We love the Lord our God will all of our heart, soul, mind, strength, and your neighbor as yourself.
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Jan 31, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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The world is full of alternate and easy ways of quenching our thirst. God provides a living water that will sustain us for all eternity. God is always moving toward us and offers grace and restoration. He lays down His life to redeem us.
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Jan 30, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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Jesus is the complete fulfillment of all of the covenants made with our forefathers. King Jesus has ultimate authority and is the way, the truth and the life. Our posture in response to His kingship needs to be one of submission, as a student, giving allegiance to Him. As we lean into His teachings we are not left alone to fulfill the audacious perimeters … He takes us by the hand, walks with us, and empowers us. Through the fellowship of the Trinity the King is among us.
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Jan 30, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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As a holy nation and royal priesthood, we experience His wonder and blessings, but is this experience reorienting and changing us? We are to be the light of the world and the salt of the earth.
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Jan 29, 2017 Rev. Tara Beth Leach
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Living out the kingdom vision of Jesus is a life of dependence and trust, and it might mean we experience trials, suffering, giving up comfort, or lying down our lives. We know that He is with us through it all, and we are heading to a place where all injustices will be made right.
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Jan 26, 2017 Mark Holcomb
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God conceived that His Kingdom would come to earth. Our lives must be transformed for us to live fully into that reality. Transformation happens when God’s Spirit is living and acting within us and we become an expression of the Kingdom.
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Jan 25, 2017 Soong-Chan Rah
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Synopsis: In our culture and music we focus on the joyful side of the spiritual journey while neglecting the struggle, pain and suffering of our journey. When faced with exile in a difficult place we can either get-away, give-in, or lament which is trusting that God is ultimately sovereign. As people of God we cannot give up … we are called to seek the peace and prosperity of our current context by elevating the voices of the suffering, marginalized and hurting.
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Jan 19, 2017 Dr. Brenda Salter-McNeil
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In order to dance together with God, for the purposes He has for our life, there needs to be intergenerational cooperation and collaboration. The world needs our unity so the power of God will come. Through the actions of mentoring, blessing and affirmation the work of the Spirit is unleashed in us and others.
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Jan 18, 2017 Dr. Brenda Salter-McNeil
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It is both a blessing and a burden to say “yes” to God. God has impregnated each of us with a purpose and a call. Asking the question, “what does the world need from me right now?” will lead to finding His purpose for our life.
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Jan 12, 2017 Mark Holcomb
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The Trinity is described as being held together by the unifying momentum of a dance, and we are invited into this rhythmic response in our spiritual journey. As we move in rhythm with the Trinity there is a Biblical mandate to be on the journey of reconciliation with others. Christ reconciled us and invited us into the Trinitarian dance and is calling us to reconcile and invite others to dance with us. The compelling message goes beyond justice and is a message of holiness.
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Jan 11, 2017 Dr. John C. Bowling
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In Jesus’ inaugural address – the Sermon on the Mount – He spoke of the Kingdom of God being here, yet not quite here. He calls us to prayer, daily and devotedly, for the Kingdom’s arrival to all. Until that time, like the lilies of the field we are not to worry, because God knows what we need; and we are to seek His kingdom first of all. In the midst of all that life brings, we find hope when we consider the lilies.