212 episodios

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    • Religión y espiritualidad

    • video
    Jesus’ Inaugural Address

    Jesus’ Inaugural Address

    In Jesus’ inaugural address – the Sermon on the Mount – He spoke of the Kingdom of God being here, yet not quite here. He calls us to prayer, daily and devotedly, for the Kingdom’s arrival to all. Until that time, like the lilies of the field we are not to worry, because God knows what we need; and we are to seek His kingdom first of all. In the midst of all that life brings, we find hope when we consider the lilies.

    • 18 min
    • video
    Dance With Me

    Dance With Me

    The Trinity is described as being held together by the unifying momentum of a dance, and we are invited into this rhythmic response in our spiritual journey. As we move in rhythm with the Trinity there is a Biblical mandate to be on the journey of reconciliation with others. Christ reconciled us and invited us into the Trinitarian dance and is calling us to reconcile and invite others to dance with us. The compelling message goes beyond justice and is a message of holiness.

    • 25 min
    • video
    Conceiving Something New

    Conceiving Something New

    It is both a blessing and a burden to say “yes” to God. God has impregnated each of us with a purpose and a call. Asking the question, “what does the world need from me right now?” will lead to finding His purpose for our life.

    • 36 min
    • video
    Dancing Into God’s Purpose Together

    Dancing Into God’s Purpose Together

    In order to dance together with God, for the purposes He has for our life, there needs to be intergenerational cooperation and collaboration. The world needs our unity so the power of God will come. Through the actions of mentoring, blessing and affirmation the work of the Spirit is unleashed in us and others.

    • 29 min
    • video
    The Necessity of Lament

    The Necessity of Lament


    Synopsis: In our culture and music we focus on the joyful side of the spiritual journey while neglecting the struggle, pain and suffering of our journey. When faced with exile in a difficult place we can either get-away, give-in, or lament which is trusting that God is ultimately sovereign. As people of God we cannot give up … we are called to seek the peace and prosperity of our current context by elevating the voices of the suffering, marginalized and hurting.

    • 35 min
    • video
    I’m Not Done Yet

    I’m Not Done Yet

    God conceived that His Kingdom would come to earth. Our lives must be transformed for us to live fully into that reality. Transformation happens when God’s Spirit is living and acting within us and we become an expression of the Kingdom.

    • 21 min

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