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March 6, Ash Wednesday: Ash Wednesday Reflection: A Table to Come (Isaiah 25:6-9)
March 10: At a Table with Sinners (Luke 5:27-39)
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March 17: At a Table with a Pharisee (Luke 7:36-50)
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March 24: At a Table with 5,000 (Luke 9:10-17)
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March 31: At a Table with the Powerful (Luke 14:1-14)
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April 7: At a Table with the Father (Luke 15:11-32)
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April 14, Palm Sunday: At a Table with the Despised (Luke 19:1-10)
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April 18, Maundy Thursday: Maundy Thursday Meditation (Luke 22:14-23)
April 19, Good Friday: Good Friday Mediation (Luke 23:32-49)
April 21, Easter: At a Table with Jesus (Luke 24:13-35)

About This Message Series

We often hear Jesus’ call to explore as an invitation to addition. We understand He has commanded us to be His witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth, and therefore we get out the to do list. We start thinking of all the things we need to add to our already overcrowded lives if we are going to live obediently to Jesus’ command. Yet, in the Gospels, Jesus never appears rushed. He does not scramble from one frantic moment to the next. He is frequently missing from the action only to be found alone in prayer. Jesus does not model a life built on the principle of addition, asking “how can I add more and more activity to my day?” Rather, He models a life built on the principle of alignment: “How can I align every activity of my life with God’s call to explore?” During the season of Lent, we will look at how Jesus used even the most ordinary moments, those spent around tables sharing meals, to continue the great expedition of announcing His Lordship in God’s Kingdom. We will learn from Jesus’ example how to align our ordinary moments with His call to explore.

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