God made us to be on mission with Him. It’s baked into our very DNA. Until we grasp this truth and embrace it as part of the fabric of our lives, we will live in constant frustration, always longing for more…more meaning, more purpose, more significance…always feeling a nagging sense that something profound is missing. Join us this fall at Mission Hills as we learn what Jesus taught about the joy of Life on Mission.
As we kick off our new series Life On Mission, we’re looking at what it means to join Jesus on mission and shine the light of his gospel to the world. This week, we’ll examine a parable in Luke 12 to see what kind of faithfulness Jesus expects with the resources he entrusts.
LIFE ON MISSION
SPECIAL GUEST | SCOTT RIDOUT
So what does it mean to be the church?
It makes sense that in order to figure out what it means to be the church, we would look at Jesus. Why? We are Christians. Christ followers. We are taking on his character and his priorities. If we look at what Jesus was doing, it will give us great insight into what he would like us to do. So let’s take a look!
Outreach isn’t one of the things the church does, it’s the central purpose of the church. The church exists to hold the light of the Gospel up for the world to see. When the people of God come together to accomplish the purpose of God, incredible things happen. As we wrap up our Life On Mission series, we’re asking the question, what’s next?