Featured Playlist: The God We Can Know

Grow and deepen your faith with curated playlists by reading, watching, listening, praying, wondering and doing. These playlists connect with the current worship theme. You can easily tuck them into the rhythm and rhyme of your own life.
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The God We Can Know (Oct 11-Nov 22)

Getting to know God means getting to know ourselves. The more we know who God is the more we know who we are. The Gospel of John records several declarations of Jesus known as the "I Am" sayings. This playist is designed for you to explore each of those sayings and will help you find and form an answer to the most essential question in the Christian faith, "Who do you say I am?"

One by one, Jesus' statements grab our imagination, reveal more about his identity and purpose, and connect us to the God of Moses, who spoke the first "I Am." These significant yet ordinary images (bread, light, shepherd, vine, and more) give us insightful ways to experience Jesus and point us to a God who wants to be known.

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Watch: Chuck Knows Church- The Burning Bush

God speaks to Moses through a bush that’s burning…but not burning. So what does Moses do? After watching, click below to reflect on the Bread of Life Benediction.

Visual: Reflect on Scripture

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Listen: The COR Worship Collective- Christology/Doxology

Read: Jesus as the Vine

Click to read Pastor Mike's insights on Jesus as the Vine

Pray: Labyrinth

Click below to print your own Finger Labyrinth to use at home, and learn more about praying with a labyrinth.

Wonder: There are many “I AM” statements in the bible...

Ponder these questions, then click below to reference some of them:
-Which I AM statement is speaking to me today?
-What does this statement tell me about God?
-What does this statement tell me about how God thinks of me?

Live: Remember Jesus' Promise

This All Saints Day (November 1), remember Jesus’ promise “I am the resurrection and the life.” Light a candle in your home and thank God for the saints who have passed from this earth, then in the candle light, write a note to a saint still living, thanking them for showing you who God is through their lives, actions and words.