Jesus has come and will come again. This is our hope as we celebrate the first coming of Jesus in humility, and the eager awaiting of His second in glory. We stand in a new tension between the Rebel feast and the Wedding feast. Jesus’ work is done, but the Kingdom of God has not yet fully come. Join us as we step inside the quiet, the longing, the expectation, and finally, the great fulfillment.
Josh Kouri approaches the birth of Christ from the shepherds’ perspective, sharpening our distant view of a timeless story.
Andrew Burkhart preaches from John 20, where Jesus calls us to leave our fears behind and step out into the lives of people in our cities in the same way Jesus entered the world and stepped into our lives.
The story of Christmas is the story of the infinite, the enormous, the distant, drawing near and becoming visible as if viewed through a telescope. What did Mary see through the telescope of the incarnation?
Josh Kouri begins week one of Advent with a defining question: “Who is Jesus?”