In this passage, Luke’s Gospel continues to display the upside-down nature of the Kingdom of God and how it affects our lives now. Just as the Kingdom promotes radical hospitality, unbarred by social structures of this world, so too should the Christian’s hospitality extend outwards, inviting all to come to the table, to feast, and to join the family of God.
A Table for the Rest of Us
January 2, 2022 • Mark Hampton • Luke 14:12–24
Crucified, Dead, and Buried
May 15, 2022 • Roddy Dinsmore • Luke 23:26–56
The crucifixion of Jesus is the gravitational center of history. Everything revolves around it. This week we will enter into the story of the crucifixion as we are reminded of the significance and necessity of it in God's story.
The Healed Garden
May 1, 2022 • Jay Thomas • Luke 22:39–71
There is something to a beautiful garden, isn't there? The foliage, flowers, the scents, colours...a beautiful garden does something to our souls. It is not coincidental. God created us for the perfect garden life. That is where the story began in Genesis. That is where the story will start anew, when Jesus returns. And in the middle, in our passage in fact, there is a Garden. This Garden is a difficult Garden. It is dark. It is brutal. And yet, it is filled with glory and hope. In this Garden, of Gethsemane, Jesus will be and do everything the first gardener did not, so that the fallen first garden would be restored back to being Good. And, even better, because of Jesus's faithfulness in this garden, we are now invited back to Eden.