How do we walk with Christ—daily follow him, grow in him, and faithfully serve him? In the Gospels, Jesus modeled for us the Christian spiritual life. The apostles taught it in their writings. And the Church has, through the last 2,000 years, sought to pursue this Christian spiritual life.
In our Lenten series, The Walk, we will focus on five essential spiritual practices that are rooted in Jesus’ own walk with God and taught throughout the New Testament. These five are not an exhaustive list of spiritual disciplines. There are an infinite number of ways we might grow in our walk with God. But these five are foundational, and I would say, essential for most of us. Each of these practices is intended as part of our daily walk with Christ while also being an essential part of growing together in the church.
Each week in worship we will explore one of these practices, its New Testament foundation, and what it looks like to pursue this practice daily in our personal life and together in the life of the church. We invite you to read along in the book this series is based on: The Walk by Adam Hamilton.
We are followers Jesus. We are seeking to learn from him, to emulate him, to go where he wants us to go, to do what he wants us to do, and to walk on the journey of life with him. Deepen your walk with Christ as we explore the five essential practices of worship, study, serving, giving, and bearing witness to our faith.
March 1 - April 5 at 9am & 10:30am