What does it really mean to submit to one another as in Christ? Erin Herrman delivers an detailed account of Ephesians 5:21-33. Along the way, she paints a picture of the social structure of an average Roman household to help us understand the dynamics of what the Scripture meant to its original audience. Ultimately, she challenges us to recognize how we can use the power we have to benefit God's upside down Kingdom.
What does a community centered around Christ look like? How does one eat a meal without elbows? In this week's message from Luke, Pete gives us some insight on both of these questions through one of Jesus' parables about fighting for a seat of honor at the table
How do we manage the tension of living in a world where we see both the light of God's kingdom and the darkness of this present age? Director Pete Bullette shares a parable used by Jesus to explain the nature of the Kingdom of God.