THE LIFE WE LONG TO LIVE:
Private Page – Community Groups Only
This page is designed as a resource page for Community Groups at Christ Community for use in the six-week session: The Life We Long to Live – The Yoke. You can access the video from each session below for viewing in your group, or in the event that a group member misses a session.
These videos are designed to be utilized with the companion workbook and in conversation in a community group setting.
PLEASE DO NOT DISTRIBUTE
We have provided this private web address for the purpose of resourcing community groups at Christ Community. We are exploring other distribution methods outside of our church and would ask that you not pass along this web address. Thank you!
No matter who we are or how far along we are in our faith journeys, we can all sense that there is a gap between the life we long to live and the life we actually do live. We long to close the gap, yet even our best efforts fall well short of the life we sense we were designed for. The yoke and its principles are good news for those unmet longings.
Session 1 – The Great Invitation
Jesus’ yoke is central to understanding the life Jesus is calling us to live. The yoke may be a strange, distant metaphor for many of us, but, through this study you will see that Jesus has not just invited you to follow a list of rules, but enter into life with Him, side by side, eye to eye, as He leads you to the life you long for. Jesus’ Great Invitation in Matthew 11:28-30 is the invitation back into the life you were made for, an invitation to return to the life you long for. Entering the yoke is how we actually can live the life we long to live.
Session 2 – Come to Me
Session 3 – All Who Labor
Session 4 – Rest
Our heart has no rest until it is joined to the person of rest.
Session 5 – Take My Yoke
Where your treasure is, there your heart is also. The surprising gift of generosity.
Session 6 – The Easy Yoke
The yoke of Jesus is easy only because of the Gospel.
We are so thankful for your participation in our community groups! Please do not hesitate to email a pastor at your campus or call the church office at 913.685.1161 with questions.
Brookside Campus: Bill Gorman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Downtown Campus: Gabe Coyle (email@example.com)
Leawood Campus: Reid Kapple (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Olathe Campus: Patrick Largen (email@example.com)
Shawnee Campus: Andrew Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org)