Morality is tied to the mission of God. If God wants the whole world to know Him, and if the church is the primary way that the world will know…
The final lesson in this series focuses on the church’s centrality to God’s mission. What we hope for in the world must first be realized in the church.
What is the average person actually supposed to do when they encounter a person in poverty in their every day life?  Give money?  Food?  Ignore?  Befriend?  Phil will use the…
This lesson takes a look at some the broader theological concepts behind the abuses that we see on the news today.  Specifically, submission as it relates to the power structures…
The words in James 1:27 confront the deception we too often accept--we are doing enough. Beyond simply giving a good idea or a level to strive for, James 1:27 moves…
While this lesson ties into our series about good deeds, it also speaks to those who are going through trying times.  Before we deal with poverty in the world, we…

Imagine

February 4, 2018
This lesson centers around an inspiring thought out of 1 Thessalonians 4, and how God calls us from good to great by asking for “more and more.”
This lesson out of 1 Kings 19 will talk about God’s wisdom in His dealings with the despondent Elijah.  Rather than treating just one part of Elijah’s issue, God paid…
The focus of this lesson was recasting MRCC’s GoMission initiative.
This lesson, out of Matthew 25, provides a theological framework to help us understand caring for the poor, a blind-spot that we can often experience when helping others, and a…