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South Lansing Christian Church South Lansing Christian Church

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    06.04.23 - Give

    06.04.23 - Give

    Hang around church for long enough, and you’ll hear terms thrown around, like “prayer,” or “Bible study.” For those who are newer to following Jesus though, those terms can generate more confusion than anything else. How exactly should we go about studying the Bible? What does it truly mean to worship? Two thousand years ago, Jesus touched on some of those same quesitons as he expounded upon the Torah in his famous Sermon on the Mount. The things he taught then can help us understand just exactly HOW we should be practicing our faith today. And, just like any good workshop has a set of tools that help get things done, every follower of Jesus has a set of practices they engage in that help grow their faith.

    • 28 min
    05.28.23 - The Last Supper

    05.28.23 - The Last Supper

    Both in Emmaus in Luke and in the earliest church in Acts 2, Jesus was revealed among his followers as they gathered at tables. The earliest Christians devoted themselves to sharing in fellowship, and we today should be just as devoted to the spiritual practice of fellowship. Fellowship grows our community, and Jesus is revealed in our fellowship.

    • 26 min
    05.21.23 - The Last Supper

    05.21.23 - The Last Supper

    Jesus could have claimed the most prevalent seat and honor at the last supper He is the Son of God and could claim it at any time. Yet, he washes his disciples feet to show them how to lead—how to serve. He challenges them to one another one another. The challenge is what are we going to do with the story? How are we going to serve?

    • 27 min
    05.14.23 - The Banquet Table

    05.14.23 - The Banquet Table

    When Jesus dined at a leading Pharisee’s house, he took the opportunity to teach against the social hierarchy of his day. Instead of valuing people for what they can give, he made it clear that those with seemingly nothing to give are welcomed in the Kingdom of God. Consequently, we today need to consider who the outsiders are around us, and invite them into community.

    • 27 min
    05.07.23 - Table of Grace and Love

    05.07.23 - Table of Grace and Love

    God designed humanity for life around a Table. This is because tables are where needs are met. Whether those needs are physical, relational, emotional, or spiritual. God’s people work as God's hands and feet when we invite others to God's table of Love and Grace.

    • 24 min
    04.30.23 - Table of Mercy

    04.30.23 - Table of Mercy

    When David invited King Saul’s grandson, Mephibosheth, to dine at his table, he was living out hesed – fulfilling his covenantal promise. That took integrity – doing the right thing for the sake of doing right. Because of David’s integrity, Mephibosheth’s life was restored at David’s table. When we choose integrity, the relationships in our lives can also be restored.

    • 29 min

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