Follows Q & A
Nov 29, 2015 • Panel Discussion
Our lives are more than a few radical decisions and "life-changing moments" separated by long stretches of time. No, the story of our lives is written in the millions of seemingly insignificant things that we carry on for decades. It's the everyday of life where God meets us, working through ordinary means to accomplish his extraordinary purposes.
Weekly church gatherings, humble service, diverse vocations, conversations with friends, simple bread and wine -- these are how God changes the world, but they would be lifeless apart from Jesus. He breathes life into dust and forms the clay, turning his ordinary church into the extraordinary people of God, a community set apart for the "radical" work of everyday faithfulness.