The Sermon on the Mount begins with the beatitudes and an inspiring bit about being like salt and light. But then Jesus shifts gears and tells his listeners that he has not come to abolish the laws, but to fulfill them. So what does this mean? Does salvation by grace exclude us from the Old Testament laws, or are these laws still necessary for our obedience? And if they are important, are they all equally important, and how can we possibly be faithful?

Read "Sermon on the Mount: The Good, the Bad and the Justly" from Grant Martens or listen below

The Sermon on the Mount contains some of the most famous sayings of Jesus: “The Lord’s Prayer,” “love your enemies,” “no one can serve both God and money,” “turn the other cheek,” “go the extra mile,” and of course “The Golden Rule.” Good stuff. But is there a common theme and purpose that unites this collection of teachings? And could we actually be expected, as followers of Jesus, to, you know, follow?

Read "Sermon on the Mount: New World Order?" from Joe Heikman or listen below

As the calendar flipped from 2018 to 2019, we put aside our neat rows of chairs and our typical order of service for an experiential and interactive service of reflection and preparation. If you missed it, you can use your imagination and follow along with your own reflections via the script below.

Read "Past/Present/Future - Looking for God at the turn of the year."

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