The Revolution of the King 12: The End of the Beginning

The Revolution of the King 12: The End of the Beginning

The ascension is the key to the Christian life! The ascension made all the effects of Jesus’ risen life available to us and every believer in every time and place. The ascension is also when the ministry of Jesus shifts from simply being the ministry of a single man to a global community. We’ll explore all these aspects of the ascension of Jesus this Sunday.

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The Revolution of the King 11: The Hopeless Rejoice

The Revolution of the King 11: The Hopeless Rejoice

This week's story invites us to encounter the living Jesus on our own journeys. Jesus promises us that even after he is ascended, “You will see me” (John 14:20). But we often miss the risen Jesus in our every day lives. This story shows us the many reasons we may miss him, but also invites us to ways that we have our eyes open to him more and more. 

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The Revolution of the King 10: The Dead are Raised

The Revolution of the King 10: The Dead are Raised

Guatemalan poet Julia Esquivel wrote a poem called “They Have Threatened Us with Resurrection.” It may sound strange that the message of Easter may be threatening. Everything Jesus is and everything Jesus taught is true and now grasps us with authority, and we will follow him wherever he leads. This Easter, let’s come expecting to meet with the risen Lord.

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The Revolution of the King 6: The Lost Are Found

The Revolution of the King 6: The Lost Are Found

Revolutions are often won and lost on battlefields by armies. Usually, the stronger soldiers and the superior firepower wins out, but the revolution of the King looks different in our world. This week, we'll look at Luke 19, where we see another unlikely participant in the ongoing movement of God’s kingdom becoming manifest in our world. 

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