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Spiritual Disciplines

So That You May Believe • North Oak

week 2 • February 11, 2018 • Mark Sheets

Understanding the role of scripture in our lives can feel like learning a new language. Do we learn most effectively by immersing ourselves in the new language with conversation, or do we study it first? Or maybe both at the same time? Learning scripture is important, but it's not just about knowing - it's also about doing. So how do you start? Studying and applying scripture is less of a private matter and more a team effort.

So That You May Follow • Platte County

week 2 • February 11, 2018 • Adam Mustoe

Understanding the role of scripture in our lives can feel like learning a new language. Do we learn most effectively by immersing ourselves in the new language with conversation, or do we study it first? Or maybe both at the same time? Learning scripture is important, but it's not just about knowing - it's also about doing. So how do you start? Studying and applying scripture is less of a private matter and more a team effort.

So That You May Follow • Gladstone

week 2 • February 11, 2018 • Kayla Meredith

Understanding the role of scripture in our lives can feel like learning a new language. Do we learn most effectively by immersing ourselves in the new language with conversation, or do we study it first? Or maybe both at the same time? Learning scripture is important, but it's not just about knowing - it's also about doing. So how do you start? Studying and applying scripture is less of a private matter and more a team effort.

The Word of God • North Oak

week 1 • February 4, 2018 • Bryan Rezen

The word of God was first spoken, then written, then incarnated. It is vital that Christians understand that we don’t worship a book, we worship a person. The entire Bible was God’s written word to point us toward the word made flesh.

The Word of God • Platte County

week 1 • February 4, 2018 • Adam Mustoe

The word of God was first spoken, then written, then incarnated. It is vital that Christians understand that we don’t worship a book, we worship a person. The entire Bible was God’s written word to point us toward the word made flesh.

The Word of God • Gladstone

week 1 • February 4, 2018 • Kayla Meredith

The word of God was first spoken, then written, then incarnated. It is vital that Christians understand that we don’t worship a book, we worship a person. The entire Bible was God’s written word to point us toward the word made flesh.