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Rebuild | Nehemiah’s First Law of Motion

A long time ago there was a man named Nehemiah who was distressed upon learning that his city was in shambles. He was far from home and desperately wanted to return and rebuild the wall to his city. Though it was a risky, bold, and difficult endeavor, he did just that. The wall was rebuilt, […]

Rebuilding | Laying the Foundation

A long time ago there was a man named Nehemiah who was distressed upon learning that his city was in shambles. He was far from home and desperately wanted to return and rebuild the wall to his city. Though it was a risky, bold and difficult endeavor he did just that. The wall was rebuilt, […]

Living a Questionable Life | Learning Christ

We continue our series Living a Questionable Life by looking at our fourth missional habit: “Learning Christ.” “Learning Christ” was a phrase that early Christians used to describe entering a period of committing oneself to an intense study of the person and work of Jesus. In order to effectively join in the mission of Christ […]

Living a Questionable Life | Eat With Others

We hope you are enjoying this beautiful weekend. We are gearing up for another great Sunday at Resolution. Tomorrow we continue our series Living a Questionable Life by looking at another missional habit: Eating With Others. If we’re truly going to live questionable lives we will most likely have to change our eating habits, and […]

Living a Questionable Life | Blessing Others

Most people like the idea of living on mission with and for God, but don’t really think that it is for them. What if mission was for everyone? What if all followers of Christ saw themselves as missionaries in their neighborhoods, workplaces and everyday lives? In this series we will explore five missional habits that […]

Weaklings | A Cloud of Weaklings

The Bible is full of stories about people who failed, struggled and messed up and yet were remembered, not for their failures, but for their faithful witness. We’ll look at some of these spiritual heroes and consider how we can shift from pursuing success to pursuing faithfulness, even in the midst of our weaknesses.