Conversations with Jesus
If you could literally sit down with Jesus and ask him any question you wanted, what would it be? A little over 2,000 years ago some people actually had that chance, and the response they got (not to mention the questions Jesus often asked them in return) forever changed them as a result.
None of us would ever want to be referred to as a dog, and it was certainly no different in Jesus’ day. But there’s one quality that the average canine possesses that may just give us some of the best insight possible into what Jesus is truly looking for in his followers.
Who's The Boss?
Authority. Depending on one’s position or perspective in life, it’s a word that may not always carry positive connotations. But when it comes to Jesus, it might just be one of the most liberating words in the English language. Join us this Sunday as we listen in on a conversation someone once had with Jesus about this often unpopular concept and learn how embracing Jesus’ authority in your life could actually put you on a path to personal freedom like you’ve never known before.
Won't You Be My Neighbor
Because God’s love was Jesus’ motivation for hanging out and talking with people, he was often more concerned with telling them what they needed to hear rather than what they wanted to hear. And that was no more evident than when a certain religious leader asked him the question, “who’s my neighbor?”
Please Tell Me Which Boxes to Check
Perhaps what makes Jesus one of the most compelling spiritual figures of all time is that many of his words that we have recorded were spoken in the context of smaller, intimate conversations rather than long speeches to big crowds. In other words, Jesus didn’t see himself as some prominent figure who was too important or busy to just hang out and talk with normal, everyday people. Not to mention the fact that the content of those conversations are just as revolutionary for us today as they were for those who got to converse with Jesus in person some 2,000 years ago.