Last week we explored our understandings of God but we could have started with Jesus. Knowing who Jesus is invites us to know God. Take a read through the Mennonite Confession of Faith's article on Jesus  and jump into the poetry of Colossians 1:15-23. How do you understand Jesus and God to be connected? How does Paul want to teach us about Jesus? Further thoughts found here!

"Article 1: God" of the Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective is summarized:

"We believe that God exists and is pleased with all who draw near by faith. We worship the one holy and loving God who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit eternally. God has created all things visible and invisible, has brought salvation and new life to humanity through Jesus Christ, and continues to sustain the church and all things until the end of the age."

Is this who God is to you?  Are words enough to express your experience of God?  Are there parts of this article that you would question, challenge, or delete?  Why does a proper theological understanding of God even matter?

WMC's young parents group invite us to explore the nature of God through art, conversation, and the reflection questions found here: "I Am Who I Am"

Wildwood Mennonite Church:

Bringing out the best in each other and our world by

  preparing space to listen and speak

  practicing to lead and serve

  providing support for rest, renewal and growth

  and provoking one another to love and good deeds

as we walk together in the way of Jesus.

This is our "identity statement" at Wildwood: who we are, or at least who we intend to be, as a church.  And yet, "best" is a contentious word--it rings of performance, of competition, of striving and effort... is that what we're really about?  What about when we fail?  Is God still at work among us?

Read "God's Best Together" as led by Kristy Letkeman at our church retreat

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Pastor Eileen Klaassen
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