59 min

Jesus as Lord, with Rev. Dr. Steven Koski‪.‬ A Spacious Christianity

    • Christianity

Jesus as Lord, with Rev. Dr. Steven Koski. Series: Freeing Jesus A Spacious Christianity, First Presbyterian Church of Bend, Oregon. Scripture: Luke 6:46-47; Philippians 2:10-11.
This is Pentecost Sunday, It’s the day we remember God’s Spirit, breathing life into the earliest followers of Jesus. And as they were filled with God’s Spirit, they became emboldened to love like Jesus loved.
About the Series, Freeing Jesus: Jesus asks his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” This worship will ask us that same question inviting us to see Jesus through six different lenses. Many struggle identifying themselves as Christian because of the disappointments and disillusionment with the church. Instead, they say they are followers of Jesus. This series will seek to free Jesus from the constraints that are often placed on Jesus that we might renew our hope in the Jesus we have known, the one we know now, and the one who will meet us ahead on the road.
Join us each Sunday, 10AM at bendfp.org, or 11AM KTVZ-CW Channel 612/12 in Bend.  Subscribe/Follow, and click the bell for alerts.
At First Presbyterian, you will meet people at many different places theologically and spiritually. And we love it that way. We want to be a place where our diversity brings us together and where conversation takes us all deeper in our understanding of God.
We call this kind of faith “Spacious Christianity.” We don’t ask anyone to sign creeds or statements of belief. The life of faith is about a way of being in the world and a faith that shows itself in love.
Thank you for your support of the mission of the First Presbyterian Church of Bend. Visit https://bendfp.org/giving/ for more information.
Keywords:
Jesus, love, spirit, pentecost, breath, God, wind, life, heart, world, financial support, rule, worship, gift, day, table, earliest, followers, presbyterian, holy, presbyterian, church, online worship, bend, oregon
Featuring:
Rev. Dr. Steven Koski, Rev. Kally Elliott, Becca Ellis, Brave of Heart, Guests

Jesus as Lord, with Rev. Dr. Steven Koski. Series: Freeing Jesus A Spacious Christianity, First Presbyterian Church of Bend, Oregon. Scripture: Luke 6:46-47; Philippians 2:10-11.
This is Pentecost Sunday, It’s the day we remember God’s Spirit, breathing life into the earliest followers of Jesus. And as they were filled with God’s Spirit, they became emboldened to love like Jesus loved.
About the Series, Freeing Jesus: Jesus asks his followers, “Who do you say that I am?” This worship will ask us that same question inviting us to see Jesus through six different lenses. Many struggle identifying themselves as Christian because of the disappointments and disillusionment with the church. Instead, they say they are followers of Jesus. This series will seek to free Jesus from the constraints that are often placed on Jesus that we might renew our hope in the Jesus we have known, the one we know now, and the one who will meet us ahead on the road.
Join us each Sunday, 10AM at bendfp.org, or 11AM KTVZ-CW Channel 612/12 in Bend.  Subscribe/Follow, and click the bell for alerts.
At First Presbyterian, you will meet people at many different places theologically and spiritually. And we love it that way. We want to be a place where our diversity brings us together and where conversation takes us all deeper in our understanding of God.
We call this kind of faith “Spacious Christianity.” We don’t ask anyone to sign creeds or statements of belief. The life of faith is about a way of being in the world and a faith that shows itself in love.
Thank you for your support of the mission of the First Presbyterian Church of Bend. Visit https://bendfp.org/giving/ for more information.
Keywords:
Jesus, love, spirit, pentecost, breath, God, wind, life, heart, world, financial support, rule, worship, gift, day, table, earliest, followers, presbyterian, holy, presbyterian, church, online worship, bend, oregon
Featuring:
Rev. Dr. Steven Koski, Rev. Kally Elliott, Becca Ellis, Brave of Heart, Guests

59 min