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A Church For The End of The World

The world is changing. Technological progress has led to amazing developments – we can access anything, anywhere, or anyone in the world with the device in our pockets. We are filled with confidence that we will make a better future for ourselves. That we have no limits. The kingdom is right around the corner…

At the same time, fewer and fewer people are attending church in the US. People who grew up in church are leaving, disengaging. Belief in a kingdom we can make for ourselves is strong, but it is a kingdom without a King.

What is the church to be in this cultural moment?

Join us as we go to an ancient source, the book of Revelation, 7 letters written by Jesus to the church of the 1st century that provide the way forward for the church of today. A church for the end of the world.

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Andrew Jones - September 10, 2017

04 Religion Should Be Kept Private

A Story Worth Living - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28-2:8

From Series: "A Story Worth Living - Leawood Campus"

Your life is a story. It’s a cheesy line, but it’s true. It is why we watch so many movies, binge watch shows on Netflix, listen to podcasts telling the stories of people we have never met. Human life is a story, and we are living it. So, what story are you living? Every day we answer that question. We make decisions every day, some small and some life-altering, that show the story we believe we are living. We have assumptions, things we believe to be true that lead us to make the decisions we make. Those assumptions are why you are in your current job. Why you have not gotten married, or did. The story you think you are living explains why you have made the choices you have made - both the choices you would make again - and the ones that keep you up at night. But have you ever stepped back, and asked, what story do I think I am living? Is it the best story? Is there a better story?

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Andrew Jones - September 10, 2017

04 Religion Should Be Kept Private

A Story Worth Living - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28-2:8

From Series: "A Story Worth Living - Leawood Campus"

Your life is a story. It’s a cheesy line, but it’s true. It is why we watch so many movies, binge watch shows on Netflix, listen to podcasts telling the stories of people we have never met. Human life is a story, and we are living it. So, what story are you living? Every day we answer that question. We make decisions every day, some small and some life-altering, that show the story we believe we are living. We have assumptions, things we believe to be true that lead us to make the decisions we make. Those assumptions are why you are in your current job. Why you have not gotten married, or did. The story you think you are living explains why you have made the choices you have made - both the choices you would make again - and the ones that keep you up at night. But have you ever stepped back, and asked, what story do I think I am living? Is it the best story? Is there a better story?

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