Reflecting on today’s lectionary readings and her father’s life and legacy, Wendy shares a vulnerable and compelling message on the extravagance of God’s love, and how messed up theological assertions of a God who elects some and rejects others really is. Weaving together stories and experiences from her own life, and her commitment to a gospel that centers on our belovedness above all else, Wendy offers a powerful alternative to passages in scripture that would suggest anything else.
During today’s Second Breakfast service, Jacob Rose shared about his participation in Movember, and opened up a beautiful, vulnerable conversation about masculinity and men’s mental health. Together, we discussed societal pressures placed on men/masculinity, and the negative impact this has on everyone.
Rachael shares about the challenge of just being herself, the vulnerability of being honestly, messily human with each other, and how the truth that “we are members of one another” invites us to new ways of being together for the sake of our broken world.