Stewardship & Saving • West Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Stewardship & Saving • Central Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Giving & Generosity • West Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Giving & Generosity • Central Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Working & Waiting • Central Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Working & Waiting • West Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Gift or God? • West Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Gift or God? • Central Campus

Few subjects can spur both anxiety and inspiration like the topic of money. It can serve as a great tool for the advance of God’s Kingdom or the misuse of money can rip apart relationships and rule over people in a way that God doesn’t intend. Our use of money has a profound way of exposing our hearts and our desire at Missio is for people to experience joyful freedom through a God-honoring use of money. Therefore, we are going to look at the place money holds in our hears by studying Jesus’ teaching in Luke 18.

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Easter: Jesus, the King, Lives • West Campus

Holy week commenced with a sermon on Palm Sunday celebrating Jesus, the King of Peace, entering Jerusalem. Our Missio Communities observed a Passover Seder to participate in learning how Jesus, the God's Passover Lamb, rescues the faithful from spiritual slavery to sin. On Good Friday, our two congregations gathered together to commemorate the reality that Jesus, the King of Peace, was rejected by all people. On Easter Sunday, we had four gatherings across two congregations to celebrate the reality that Jesus, the King of Peace, overcame sin and death by His resurrection. 

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Easter: Jesus, the King, Lives • Central Campus

Holy week commenced with a sermon on Palm Sunday celebrating Jesus, the King of Peace, entering Jerusalem. Our Missio Communities observed a Passover Seder to participate in learning how Jesus, the God's Passover Lamb, rescues the faithful from spiritual slavery to sin. On Good Friday, our two congregations gathered together to commemorate the reality that Jesus, the King of Peace, was rejected by all people. On Easter Sunday, we had four gatherings across two congregations to celebrate the reality that Jesus, the King of Peace, overcame sin and death by His resurrection. 

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Prayer for Spiritual Strength • West Campus

In this first of a two-part series on the book of Ephesians, we are exploring the "makings" of God's people. The makings are the positional truths that believers enjoy "in Christ." They include things like, new identity, the blessings of being chosen, adopted, sealed, united, saved, etc. There is only one command in this first half of the letter; the command to "remember," which is mentioned in 2:11 & 12. Everything else tells of the great work God has done in Christ by the power of the Spirit to redeem His image in the earth.

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Praying for Strength • Central Campus

In this first of a two-part series on the book of Ephesians, we are exploring the "makings" of God's people. The makings are the positional truths that believers enjoy "in Christ." They include things like, new identity, the blessings of being chosen, adopted, sealed, united, saved, etc. There is only one command in this first half of the letter; the command to "remember," which is mentioned in 2:11 & 12. Everything else tells of the great work God has done in Christ by the power of the Spirit to redeem His image in the earth.

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