Isaac Frank shares with us about paying attention to your body and what he learned about himself running a relay race from Mt Hood to the Oregon Coast.
What does it mean to be part of one integrated, diverse body? These days it sounds like foolishness. But there’s truth and promise there. We’re so excited to be joined by our friend Kazi Joshua from Whitman College as he shares a special sermon.
Even the land itself is in need of Sabbath. Today we we reflected on the earth and the Divine sabbath. Join in.
There's an ancient life giving concept that you might be missing out on - and it's all about being serious in commitment to a cycle of being. It’s more than just rest. Its roots for resilience.
Moses met the face of God as one does a friend. Turns out one of the secrets of the universe is we all might encounter this kind of divine friendship.
A Prophet, a healer, passionate about clean water and justice. She’s one of the earliest and most prominent women leaders in the Bible. So we’re going to spend a little time reflecting on her this Sunday. Which is good, because there are so many other unmentioned Names in the Story we must not forget either.
Artwork by Laura James
“God is always about freedom & liberation. Full stop.”
What’s worth setting in stone? For the ancients it wasn’t just a couple breakable stone tablets. It was God’s fierce lovingkindness.
Reflecting on new intentions and a year ahead in the Hebrew Bible, diving into God’s story of steadfast love.
For our final Sunday in the sanctuary at historic First Christian Church we’re considering what it looks like to be our best embodied self with and for and by others.
The world’s hellbent focus on scarcity is not God’s dream of abundance for all of us.
Our dear friend Rev. Kazi Joshua shares with us on Matthew 23:1-12 and how it can relate to the life of the church as we embrace those welcomed into our community on this very special Sunday.
We continue talking about Paul's life and work by looking at the things he cared most about and how he expressed that.
Our dear friend Paula shares about Paul's shipwreck, and how it can inform how we look at current circumstances.
As Peter Enns says, the thing about Romans that Paul is trying to get across is that God has reset the whole thing in Christ and we all get to be involved in it. Hear why even Creation groans for this redemption because it’s all good and we all have a part to play.