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Regardless of generation or cultural and political affiliation, everyone feels that our culture isn’t stable. Our world feels polarized, confusing, insecure … in a word, chaotic.

Jesus’ ministry took place in a region and a culture of similar chaos: economically insecure, politically charged, culturally fragmented. But in the “founding” sermon of his ministry - the message that summarized his new Kingdom - Jesus offered a better way.

The Sermon on the Mount (found in Matthew 5-7) is, among other things, a template for the life and society we were made for. Jesus calls us away from the anxious pursuits of our world - power, pleasure, wealth - into a life of integrity and love, founded on the eternal words of God. Instead of striving after a Utopia or giving up in despair, he calls us to resilient hope in the kingdom to come.

Series resources below.

This week | november 19

Midtown | "Blessed are those who mourn"

Downtown | "Blessed are those who mourn"

Northwest | "Blessed are the poor in spirit"

 

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