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Awkward

The community of Jesus began on a cross, not a sofa. It is summoned to an unconventional lifestyle into a messy family that requires superhuman love. It’s awkward. And it is a gift.

Sermons in this series

Awkward, Accepted, Amazing
This is your past. This is your present. This is your future.
Awkward Conversation
We’ll do anything to avoid an awkward conversation. That’s part of the whole “safe-space” thing on university campuses these days. If we’re going to tell people the good news about Jesus, sooner or later we’re going to have bring up the “S” word: Sin. Then we can talk about the other “S” word: Salvation.
Awkward Love
Social media, among other things, has conditioned us to jettison uncomfortable relationships. You post something I don’t like, I unfriend you. Jesus calls us to something better. Harder, but better. Share everything. Put up with each other’s eccentricities. And if there is disagreement, talk it out, forgive and stay together.
This Awkward Family
The church isn’t a building. It’s the people in it. And if we’re being honest, some of them are . . . weird. But according to Jesus, they are your surrogate siblings. Welcome to your awkward family.
An Awkward Beginning
The cross was an embarrassing way to begin a kingdom. Whatever it means to be a Christian, it has more to do with sacrifice than gain, more to do with submission than autonomy, more to do with being culturally strange than cool.

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I felt strangely at home right away. Felt peace, love, acceptance and grace. . . They smiled at me, said hi, welcomed me: all with a great sense of sincerity.

I saw a new approach to worship and I felt God like I hadn’t for a while. It didn’t take me more than a few Sundays for me to feel at home.

I felt like it gave me the best opportunity to bring a non-believer or wayward believer with a different background or religious upbringing and them feel at home and interested in reconnecting with God or maybe connecting for the first time.