Collective Podcast Sermons for threshold faith communities.

Join us this week as Ben continues through our newest series. Come as you are. All are Welcome.

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Join as we continue through our Fall series, |Re|Form! Tonight will also be Intergenerational night! Come as you are. All are welcome.

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Join us this Sunday to hear Caitlin preach and launch our new series. Come as you are. All are welcome.

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Our 6th installment of Prophets of Comedy! Come as you are. All are welcome. Please watch this week's Prophet of Comedy at the following link http://www.cc.com/video-clips/k8tni0/stand-up-pete-holmes--miracle-otter

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Last week we spoke of believing vs knowing, or belief vs experience. This week we'll take this even further with challenging and liberating idea, "You don't need anyone to teach you." We'll also take a crack at the age-old question, "where is God?" Ambitious to be sure. Come lend your voice to this good work.

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This week we'll be moving into the second chapter of this epic letter. There's a decisive shift as we learn of some conflict in this community, and are invited to practice a way of being that transcends petty debate, and anchors us in a life of meaning and goodness.

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This week we'll experience a sort of sampler of sermons on this well worn parable. Often called "The Good Samaritan", this story offers several levels for engagement and interpretation. Ultimately, we want to peel back each layer, get a bit deeper, and attempt to reveal the deepest goodness this story holds. In a world rocked by suffering and fear, this week presents a unique opportunity to receive some truly GOOD news.

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This week we begin our water emphasis month for the 4th year, exploring water imagery and metaphor with spirituality, as well as celebrating and adding to the 18 clean water wells we've drilled over the past four years to address water poverty globally. This week we'll look at water from these two angles: the physical need for literal water, and the existential need for spiritual "water". We'll highlight the way water tends to make equal the human pursuit of both.

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