Missio Dei & Me
For many, the deepest WHY of missions is lacking. The early church understood that EVERYTHING spirals out of our understanding of God—the triune God of the Bible. “…As the Father has sent Me, I am sending you. And with that, he breathed [on them] and said, Receive the Holy Spirit.” (John 20:19–22) As … [Read More…] Missio Dei & Me
In this season of quarantine, every one of us has lost something: a sense of normalcy, a job, a loved one. And we’re grieving—as a city, as a nation, as a world. In the book of Ruth, we find two women whose worlds are shattered by loss. They don’t know how to pick up the pieces and get back to normal. But it is in these deep shadows that they discover God‘s redeeming mercies. Grief can turn us bitter and hard, or it can make us wise and tender. The outcome hinges on what we do with God‘s mercies in the shadows.
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For over 155 years, The Moody Church has been a place where the gospel is boldly proclaimed and lives have been transformed by the saving grace of Jesus. Today, we continue to be a church alive in Christ carrying on that mission. We are about to enter a new season under the leadership of Pastor Philip Miller, the 17th Senior Pastor of The Moody Church. How does Scripture guide us in preparing our hearts and minds as we anticipate his arrival in July?