"Everyone will be salted with fire." In Mark 9, Jesus' disciples are hurting and confused, feeling the extreme tension of the life and death situation that Jesus has called them into. But instead of comfort, Jesus offers an extreme metaphor about severed limbs, the fires of hell, and sodium chloride. Seriously. Check it out; it's surprisingly redemptive!

Click here for the written worship materials: May 9 // At-Home Worship Resources // The Choice: Blessed with Fire

Click here for the youtube video version of Joe's sermon: "The Case of the Salted Fire"

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Join us this week as Josephine challenges us to face our privilege, to listen and learn, and to move through suffering collectively.

Click here for the written worship materials: May 2 // At-Home Worship Resources // Good Food for the Journey

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Ever want to be rescued? You're in good company--the Bible has a long tradition of people crying out for help and God coming to their rescue. This is what God does, right? That's what the disciples thought when Jesus calmed the storm that threatened to sink their boat--a hero come to save the day! So why was Jesus irritated with them afterwards? What if Jesus is not in the rescue business after all?

Click here for the written worship materials: April 25 // At-Home Worship Resources // Circling the Stormy Sea

Click here for the youtube video version of Joe's sermon: "Four Storms"

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