Do you ever feel like you’ve been following Jesus for a while, but there is no movement in your life? Do you ever feel like you’re after something more? Something greater?
Do you ever feel like you’ve been following Jesus for awhile, but there is no movement in your life? Do you ever feel like you’re after something more? Something greater? A new series through the book of Luke, looking at Jesus and the life he calls us to that is greater than we could imagine.
The frightening, anxiety-ridden topic of relationships, commitment and the marriage journey. You know you think about it, worry about, avoid it and yet can’t look away from all the questions you might have about the realities associated with what this is all about.
Is it be possible to be single and content? How can one approach healthy singleness in a culture that esteems relationships? What’s God’s plan for singleness and how does community engage in that plan?
What does it mean to live as a person following Christ in a hypersexualized world? Isn’t the churches teaching about sexuality outdated? Why does it matter if I live with someone before we get married? These questions hinge on the single, fundamental question: what is sex for?
We are always stressed about the next thing in life, and at this stage marriage is one of the next big things. Whether you feel like that cannot come soon enough, or you can’t push it off long enough, God wants to walk through that process with you.
All of us had early life experiences that continue to shape our behavior, beliefs and expectations of relationships. For many of us, our parents or a parental figure are the source of such experiences.
Have you ever looked at someone and put them in a box? Or have you ever been stereotyped before based on where you come from or what you look like? This week, Danny unpacks the struggles we face with stereotypes and how Jesus helps us overcome dangerous single story narratives we choose to believe about others and ourselves.