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building discipleship culture event

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Community Communion Maundy Thursday

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40 hr Prayer Begins

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thinking about re-thinking in this season

Re-thinking or Repenting is a verb that comes from the NT word, metanoia. It literally means to change-mind. Repent literally means to change the way I i think, to think differently. As the woman who was dragged before Jesus having been caught in adultery, it is an opportunity to no longer think the same way, but to seize the opportunity to pursue a new way of thinking! The invitation from Jesus is to...

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Church Without Shoes
What does “church without shoes” mean? PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 22 December 2009 01:37

 

 

Church Without Shoes is Christ’s Church united in love and service in our community. We are a collective of Christ honoring churches in the Diablo Valley who are activily living as one church in many ways. These pastors and churches, are pursuing ways to better serve God and serve people together. We live beyond compitition and comparison, we walk in humility and honesty and companionship.

As one we seek follow the model of Jesus as we grow UP (worship/prayer/preaching) in our relationship and responsibilities with God, IN (community/fellowship) with our relationship and responsibilities with one another and OUT (mission) together in our relationship and responsibilities to the community/world where we live. 

 

 “Church Without Shoes” recalls the servant model of Jesus.

On the night He was betrayed, He removed the disciple’s shoes,

Judas’ as well (John 13). He washed their feet and charged

them to serve in the world in the same way.

 

Please find this site arranged in the tabs at the top of this page cheifly identified as categories of UP (our worship/prayer/preaching), IN (community) and OUT (service). 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 27 March 2015 20:44