Bible Project Wisdom Series
A Journey Through the Tree of Life Article
In this practice we invite you to mediate on scripture and reflect on how the prophets looked forward to a future shalom (Isaiah 2)
In this practice we invite you into the possibility of joy, as we remember that "to us a child is born, to us a son is given." (Isaiah 9)
In a divided society, what would it look like to live with gentleness and compassion. An invitation to consider the Servant (Isaiah 42).
Story of Israel
Like Abraham, we are blessed so we can bless others. What might this look like in your life? In the life of the Varsity?
What is a covenant? How is it different than a contract? What difference does this make?
The stories of Israel’s conquest of the Promised Land are complicated. They can be hard to read in our context; they raise all kinds of questions; they leave us confused.
We tend not to think about kings and kingdoms anymore. But both the Story of Israel and the NT writers point to Jesus being King. What does this mean for us today?
Chapter 9: The Law(s)
Character of God Series
Story of God
Creation is where the biblical story begins. And creation is good. Are there places in which you experience this goodness?
Confession and lament are two practices of mourning that we seldom practice in the evangelical tradition. You are invited to explore these rich spiritual practices this week.
What does it mean that God longs to redeem all of creation? Every dimension of our lives? Imagine if our lives were shaped by that hope...
Have you ever wondered where the story is going? Join with Jesus in praying that God's restoration would come "in Calgary, as it is in heaven."
The Big Story
A Thousand Questions