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Migration

Understanding Your Journey With Jesus

Into the Wilderness of Lent

March 3, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

The spirit drove Jesus into the wilderness to face temptations and face the darkness. What can we learn from the practices of Jesus that inspire the season of lent?

Migration - Arriving Where We Began

February 24, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

Every great migration eventually takes us back to where we began but this time we find ourselves truly there for the first time.

Migration - Living, No Longer Surviving

February 17, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

The Journey back outwards is now one that is free and in love.

Migration - Discovery

February 10, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

Exploring new truth and opportunity that is rooted in a reconstructing faith.

Migration - Starving

February 3, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

Along the way we realize that our migration has been all about the scenery. We have focused on the externals, the church, the leadership, the doctrine, and activity only to find that this longing to get home requires that we look deep inside. Now with the Guide we begin to look inward, questioning, doubting, barely holding on and often with a sense of falling apart. The hardest part of the journey has just begun.

Migration - Searching

January 27, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

Home is somewhere north but north is like half the planet. So, which road do we take? So much hope and possibilities in the beginning, so much luggage to take and so many maps willing to point the way. And yet with all these detours and dreams we are left feeling empty handed arriving at the same dead end again. This week we will learn the paradox that all roads are connected and yet all have their ends. What’s really needed is not another road but a guide.

Migration - Lost

January 20, 2019 • Gavin Linderman

Our bittersweet beginnings are the realization that we are not where we will be, but right where we have to be. Call it homesick. Having found ourselves in a distant land and awakened to a new sense of alienation our longings begin.