Basis for Forgiveness

We continue our journey through Jesus’ teaching in Matthew’s gospel, learning more about what it means to exalt Him as Messiah. And it doesn't mean what we want it to... It doesn't mean we get to be right, or powerful, or free from having to grow. In fact, it means the opposite; following Christ means daily humbling ourselves as we re-orient towards real truth and authentic love. Fortunately for us, exalting Jesus as Christ also forms a powerful basis for forgiveness, one which provides us the necessary freedom and grace to endure such transformation.

August 23 | Radical Grace
“...who do you say that I am?” - Jesus
with guest Cory Maclay

Matthew 16:13-20

August 30 | Greater Self

“If any want to become My followers, let them deny themselves and take up their cross and follow Me." - Jesus
with guest Erik B. 

Matthew 16:21-28

September 6 | Responsibility

"... for where two or three are gathered in My name,
I am there among them.” - Jesus
with guest Audrey Musewe & Communion

Matthew 18:15-20

September 13 | Transformation

" often should I forgive? As many as seven times?" - Peter
with guest Cause Haun

Matthew 18:21-35

September 20 | Rejecting Fairness

" your eye evil because I am good?" -landowner
with guest David Hancock

Matthew 20:1-16

September 27 | Repentance 
even after you saw it, you did not change your minds and [trust in] him." - Jesus
with guest Rev. Bruce Wilson

Matthew 21:23-32

October 4 | World Communion Sunday 

He came for the ones who needed Him
Matthew 9: 9-13