Jenny closes out the semester with a discussion on a Christian’s commitment. As we finish Jesus’ teachings, what do we do next? And what does it mean to take the narrow road?
Sermon on the Mount – Week 9 – Matthew 7:1-12
Jenny leads us in a discussion on a Christian’s relationships. How are we to treat one another as believers? How are we to treat others on campus? We dive into all that and more.
Sermon on the Mount – Week 8 – Matthew 6:19-34
Aubree leads us in a discussion over a Christian’s ambition. How do our actions display what we love? How can the world distract us from the things of the Kingdom?
Lectio Divina – Week 7 – Luke 12:32
Rees invites us into contemplative prayer this week. What is lectio divina? How does this practice inform the way we read the Sermon on the Mount? How should our prayer lives be shaped by Scripture?
Sermon on the Mount – Week 6 – Matthew 6:1-18
Derek leads a discussion on three key Christian disciplines. What does it look like to give, pray, and fast as a college student? And what should our motivation be?
Sermon on the Mount – Week 5 – Matthew 5:31-48
CJ leads us in a discussion over ideas like divorce, oaths, and justice vs vengeance in this portion of Jesus’ teaching.
Sermon on the Mount – Week 4 – Matthew 5:17-30
Alli leads us in a discussion over a Christian’s righteousness. What does the law look like in the Kingdom of Heaven? And why is the heart behind our actions so important to Jesus?
Sermon on the Mount – Week 3 – Matthew 5:7-16
Aubree leads us in a discussion over a Christian’s influence. What does it mean to be a peacemaker? And what does it look like to be the “salt of the earth” on a college campus?
Sermon on the Mount – Week 2 – Matthew 5:1-6
Mike opens us with a discussion on the first half of the Beatitudes. What is the Kingdom of Heaven? How does the Kingdom differ from our world? And what does that mean for us?
Ephesians – Week 10 – Ephesians 6:10-24
Jenny joins Landon to close out our semester long study of Ephesians by talking about the armor of God and what it looks like to prepare ourselves for spiritual battle.