In an age of unrelenting distraction, we are invited to the counter cultural posture of worship; where our time is recaptured, our vision for God’s kingdom is built and atmospheres are changed.
Ryan discusses how our normal mode of operation as ‘Ordinary Christians’ is to be walking in the power of the presence which is born from our personal relationship with God.
When God gives us vision, we are called to step in, in obedience, to Kingdom living. This life is a life of adventure where Heaven and Earth are united and funded by generosity.
In opening our new series: More Than Me: Every Day, we are reminded that we are not just called to follow Jesus but, with Holy Spirit, we can minister like him. We take His presence out into the world to minister in compassion, mercy and goodness.
We take ground for the Kingdom when we operate in the opposite spirit; embracing heaven's truth, speaking heaven's words and worshipping heaven's way. Our bodies and lives, when sacrificed to Holy Spirit, enable Heaven to be released on Earth.
This week, Brittany reminds us that we have met and know Holy Spirit yet there is more we are seeking and more to discover as we ask to be filled once again and return to our first love of Jesus and encounter the affirming love of the Father.
This week Sarah explores God’s heart for His Church and that He is not after a few anointed individuals, He is after an anointed Church. Looking through the prism of the body, we see how each and every person has a vital part to play. There is a slight twist at the end as we are invited into a specific posture to heed the work the Spirit is doing amongst us.