Current Church Season : Epiphany
Upcoming Bible Readings:
Sunday, January 22~ Third Sunday after the Epiphany ~ Isaiah 9:1-4 ~ 1 Corinthians 1:10-18 ~ Matthew 4:12-25
Sunday, January 29 ~ Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany ~ Micah 6:1-8 ~ 1 Corinthians 1:18-31 ~ Matthew 5:1-12
Sunday, February 5 ~ Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany ~ Isaiah 58:3-9a ~ 1 Corinthians 2:1-12 ~ Matthew 5:13-20
Sunday, February 12 ~ Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany ~ Deuteronomy 30:15-20 ~ 1 Corinthians 3:1-9 ~ Matthew 5:21-37
Sunday, February 19 ~ Transfiguration of our Lord ~ Exodus 24:8-18 ~ 2 Peter 1:16-21 ~ Matthew 17:1-9
How do you love people when you disagree with them?
We live in divided times. The tension of disagreement can be felt at dinner tables, in board rooms, at church gatherings, and in our communities. It can be hard to know how to engage with each other when the gap between us feels like it’s widening.
Jesus lived in divided times, too. He modeled for us what it looks like to love across political, gender, religious, and cultural lines. Jesus’s life was marked by loving people who were wildly different from him, and he calls us to do the same.
Join Robby Angle, Tyler Burns, Juni Felix, Jennifer Jukanovich, and Tommy Nixon in this four-part group study as they tackle topics such as curiosity, humility, and justice. Each week you will watch a roundtable video and then use this guide for your group discussion, application, and reflection reading as you explore what it means to love like Jesus when you disagree.