A 2-Year Discipleship Journey Through 9 Practices of Jesus
Sabbath Transformed Our Marriage - Jeremy Craig's Story
In this episode, we interview Jeremy Craig as he seeks to implement the three practices we've learned over the last year.
Jubal Tait's Story - ups and downs of practicing the Way
Jubal Tait shares his experience practicing the Way of Jesus.
Why Endurance is the Real Reward - Trey & Caleb on James 1
In this conversation, we dive deep into the wisdom found in James 1 and explore how it can radically change the way we approach life's challenges. This discussion sheds light on the often-overlooked connection between enduring trials and embracing simplicity.
📚 Key Takeaways:
Learn why endurance is the real reward in the journey of faith.
Explore the concept of "double-mindedness" and how it affects our choices.
Uncover the paradox of simplicity: Why embracing trials can lead to a life of freedom and abundance.
Discover practical steps you can take to incorporate simplicity practices into your daily life.
What is Simplicity? - Jace Tuttle
Pastor Trey chats with his best man from his wedding about the practice of simplicity.
The American Gospel is TOO simple??
In an effort to make the gospel simple, have we made it superficial? In this conversation, Trey and Caleb talk about the simplicity of the Gospel... and how it sometimes means complexity.
Outreach Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/live/9RXLtCXuF3E?si=EXGvlBCgOWbpI1Ty
Gospel Simplicity (E4)
In Mark 10, Jesus interacts with a man who many of us can relate to — he’s wealthy, sincere, and desires to follow Jesus. But when he asks Jesus what else he can do to experience a joyful life in the Kingdom, Jesus responds by targeting the one thing he’s still clinging to: his wealth.
Many of us struggle with the same issue today.
We want to experience life and life in abundance, yet we’re unwilling to let go of what that life might cost us. And while the gospel isn’t about earning anything from God, it does require us giving up our idols and attachments that we’re seeking eternal life from instead. But like the rich young ruler, Jesus lovingly invites us to simplify our lives so we can trust our past, present, and future completely to him.