Jesus’ Kingdom is the freest of countries. It is absolutely clear God calls you to a free life, Scripture says. But what does freedom in Christ’s Kingdom really mean? And how do we become fluent in the words and ways of freedom while living in a culture that understands freedom very differently?
As we transition from Pentecost to Ordinary Time, Jordan reflects on the fruit and flow of the Holy Spirit in daily life. Galatians 5 helps us enter the imagination of two ways of being in the world. How can we participate in the holy rhythm of life in God’s way?
Staying with the theme of Pentecost, Jordan recounts how Jesus restored and re-storied the life of Peter around three fires. How might Jesus be at work in us too, to give a new Spirit and imagination for life with God?
On the Day of Pentecost, we enter into the story of the early Church becoming a community formed by the Holy Spirit, and consider what Pentecost might mean for our local church in light of our upcoming House Churches.