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Jason Phillips - December 10, 2017

On Mission - Missional People are PRESENT

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God lived among us, he was a neighbor, a friend, and our Messiah. Jesus came to a particular place, at a specific time, and to a unique group of people. God wasn’t blind to the needs of his people; he saw, heard, and immersed himself in the life of those around him. In being present God made a way for us and all of his creation to be reconciled to himself. God is still present today and inviting us into the mission he began in and through Jesus.

Scripture References: Luke 10:25-37, Luke 10:1-12, John 20:21, John 1:14

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When someone chooses to follow Jesus, they must understand what it means to be “on mission” – sent into the very places we find ourselves each day. We must have certain perspectives and attitudes that allow us to see relationships differently and to live into the missional calling that each of us has. This is an adventure that moves us with hope and vision into the very spaces we find ourselves in each day.

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Jason Phillips - December 10, 2017

On Mission - Missional People are PRESENT

On Mission

God lived among us, he was a neighbor, a friend, and our Messiah. Jesus came to a particular place, at a specific time, and to a unique group of people. God wasn’t blind to the needs of his people; he saw, heard, and immersed himself in the life of those around him. In being present God made a way for us and all of his creation to be reconciled to himself. God is still present today and inviting us into the mission he began in and through Jesus.

Scripture References: Luke 10:25-37, Luke 10:1-12, John 20:21, John 1:14

From Series: "On Mission"

When someone chooses to follow Jesus, they must understand what it means to be “on mission” – sent into the very places we find ourselves each day. We must have certain perspectives and attitudes that allow us to see relationships differently and to live into the missional calling that each of us has. This is an adventure that moves us with hope and vision into the very spaces we find ourselves in each day.

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