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Everyone has a Monday. It’s the home where you live, and the people you love. It’s your neighbors and hobbies, where you work or go to school. It’s the causes that capture your heart. Those things—both ordinary and extraordinary—that make up all of life.

But too often, churches have merely focused on Sunday, even though following Jesus has always been about all of life. We know that our greatest influence as a church comes on Monday, as we spread out into the various roles and responsibilities where God has placed us.

Come explore this whole-life discipleship, highlighting seven marks of a growing disciple of Jesus.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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Darin Lund - December 30, 2018

06 Home Is a Place of New Life

Coming Home - Leawood Campus

Isaiah 65:17-25

From Series: "Coming Home - Leawood Campus"

The holidays are a time when we think about home. For some, home is a place of warm memories. For others, home was a place you couldn’t wait to escape. But all of us have some sense that we aren’t quite at home in the world. One of the many ways the Bible talks about the human experience is the feeling of being away from our true home. The Bible calls this exile. We are all—to use Steinbeck’s turn of phrase—living East of Eden. This Advent we are going to explore our longing for home and look at the hope that the Old Testament book of Isaiah offers that one day we will be able to come home at last.

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