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One of the most common misconceptions of discipleship is that there are different levels and that one is somehow better than the other. Discipleship is a journey, a progression, a moving forward, a lifetime of learning how to apply the same principles in new and more meaningful ways. There is a deepening of dependence, understanding, learning, serving, sacrifice, applying knowledge so it may turned into wisdom. In the same way as a child grows up and a parent will tell them “you are ready”, there are times in our discipleship journey where Jesus looks at us, knowing we are ready to take the next step…even when we don’t feel ready. This next series of Mark we see Jesus doing just that with his disciples.

Daniel Im - September 30, 2023

Everything Is His

Stewardship is another one of those “churchy” words. You know, one of those words that we hear often but maybe don’t fully understand its meaning. And, on top of that, what does stewardship have to do with my relationship with Jesus? Think of it this way. Have you ever been asked to look after someone’s house while they’re away? You go over, water the plants, cut lawn, pick up and sort the mail, maybe even tidy up because they left for the airport in a hurry. You go out of way to make sure that what has been entrusted to you remains safe and well cared for.

Scripture References: Romans 12:1-2, Psalms 24:1

From Series: "Entrusted"

Stewardship is another one of those “churchy” words. You know, one of those words that we hear often but maybe don’t fully understand its meaning. And, on top of that, what does stewardship have to do with my relationship with Jesus? Think of it this way, have you ever been asked to look after someone’s house while they’re away? You go over, water the plants, cut lawn, pick up and sort the mail, maybe even tidy up because they left for the airport in a hurry. You go out of way to make sure that what has been entrusted to you remains safe and well cared for.

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Daniel Im - October 14, 2023

Being Courageous

Why does it seem like the primary purpose of so many people's lives is just to amass money, or to make it seem like they have lots of it? And why—no matter how much you have or don't have—does it seem like you never have enough of it? We are wrapping up our Entrusted series by unpacking why money has such a seductive allure to it, and how we can live freely and fully over it.

Scripture References: Matthew 6:19-21, 1 Timothy 6:17-19, Malachi 3:10, Proverbs 22:7, 1 Timothy 6:10, Matthew 6:24, Proverbs 11:24-25

From Series: "Entrusted"

Stewardship is another one of those “churchy” words. You know, one of those words that we hear often but maybe don’t fully understand its meaning. And, on top of that, what does stewardship have to do with my relationship with Jesus? Think of it this way, have you ever been asked to look after someone’s house while they’re away? You go over, water the plants, cut lawn, pick up and sort the mail, maybe even tidy up because they left for the airport in a hurry. You go out of way to make sure that what has been entrusted to you remains safe and well cared for.

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