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Kim Harris, Paul Rhodes - November 5, 2017

Take up your cross to find life - Matthew 10:32-39

The Few & The Future

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." This quote from Jim Elliot highlights the absurdity and freedom of the gospel. In this week's Talk, Kim Harris and Paul Rhodes share about the freedom we find in losing our lives for Jesus.

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Jesus was moved with great compassion when he saw the need in the cities around him 2000 years ago. He sent out his few novice disciples to meet these needs and bring hope. Since then, God has routinely worked through a few people, impacting a few others, to eventually bring about radical change. Through this series, we’ll ask, “what if we are the few God is sending into our city today to be the tangible expression of his great compassion?”.

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Kim Harris, Paul Rhodes - November 5, 2017

Take up your cross to find life - Matthew 10:32-39

The Few & The Future

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." This quote from Jim Elliot highlights the absurdity and freedom of the gospel. In this week's Talk, Kim Harris and Paul Rhodes share about the freedom we find in losing our lives for Jesus.

From Series: "The Few & The Future "

Jesus was moved with great compassion when he saw the need in the cities around him 2000 years ago. He sent out his few novice disciples to meet these needs and bring hope. Since then, God has routinely worked through a few people, impacting a few others, to eventually bring about radical change. Through this series, we’ll ask, “what if we are the few God is sending into our city today to be the tangible expression of his great compassion?”.

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