Will the world see us as just one more arguing faction, or as kingdom people who can rise above the rhetoric?
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From career decisions to choices about families, dating, church selection and more, we're constantly seeking to figure out just what it is God wants us to do.
It's Open Forum week at New Wineskins! Our March 8 gathering will be open to whatever topics you'd like to discuss. So what's on your mind? What questions are you struggling to answer? What issues need deeper conversation? Where do you need hope? Where do you see hope happening? As always, the only ground rule … Continue reading March 8 Gathering: Open Forum
Prayer. Meditation. Study. Worship. Fasting. Silence. Sabbath. Service. Our spiritual life brings with it many opportunities for activities that help us grow closer to God and one another. Many bring us deep joy and satisfaction, but others sometimes seem to be difficult. Join us this Sunday, Feb. 22, at The Marietta Brewing Company as we talk about the various practices … Continue reading Feb. 22 Gathering: Spiritual Practices
As Americans, we enjoy the idea that we have broad guarantees to wide-ranging personal freedoms. In fact, there's little we can imagine doing that we can't do. Our individual rights are deeply ingrained in our psyches and our culture. But is it possible that our very freedoms are actually enslaving us? Is a social ethic … Continue reading Feb. 8 Gathering: Enslaved by Freedom?
There are so many different styles and elements to worship today that it's hard to keep track. Trends rise and fall, and with them, often tensions. So what's the difference? What is it about all the different ways we "do" worship that causes such anxiety? What's the point in it all? Join us tonight as … Continue reading How we do what we do when we do what we do
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IAhDGYlpqY A generation ago, only a very few people might have suggested that there might be a difference between being a follower of the Christian religion and being a follower of Jesus himself. But today, it's one of the central questions of our faith, and perhaps one of the most divisive. It's been two years since spoken … Continue reading January 11 Gathering: Religion vs. Jesus