Community Groups provide a space for students to share life intentionally and encourage one another on their spiritual journeys.
I don't find my identity in these friendships, but [through them] I have found it easier to see who I am in Christ. And that's what I really needed, to be reminded who I am, and that I am loved.
To help launch our theme for the year, we begin with a sermon series on Romans 12, which is a bit of hinge point for the entire letter. In view of, or awake to the storyline of God’s mercy (so incredibly laid out in the first eleven chapters), we are radically changed and that transformation affects every part of our life: our worship, our worldview, our identity, our place in the Church, our relationships, our response to brokenness and evil, our reality in light of the Resurrection.
In Matthew 6:34, Jesus says, ”Give your entire attention to what God is doing right now.”
In the words of C.S. Lewis: “He walks everywhere incognito. And the incognito is not always hard to penetrate. The real labour is to remember, to attend. In fact, to come awake. Still more to remain awake.”