June 4, 2017 – July 2, 2017

Soul Activity

Jesus tells us the greatest commandment is to love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love our neighbor as ourselves. In this series, we will explore what it means to be a disciple and how our relationship with God can affect each of these aspects of our life. If you’ve ever felt like you’re not sure what following Jesus looks like or you wish you could be getting more out of that relationship, this series is for you!

  • Love Your Neighbor as Yourself

    When asked what the most important command was, Jesus gave not one but two commands - to love God with all that you have and to love your neighbor as yourself. These are radical commands and if we take Jesus seriously, He's making a significant claim on our life. He commands us to love our neighbors in the same way and with the same energy and passion as we love ourselves - something that is

  • With All Your Strength

    When Jesus sums up the commandments as loving God with all that you have, He includes loving God with our "strength." In a way, Jesus is reminding us that what we do matters. It's not just about what's inside, but how what's inside gets expressed as we live out our love for God. Looking at the story of Josiah, the king of Judah, we see just how our love for God can be expressed in

  • With All Your Mind

    When Jesus points out the greatest commandment - loving God with all that we have - He added the phrase, "and with all your mind." It's as if He wanted to be clear that loving God with your whole self means not forgetting your intellect! As followers of Jesus, a mind that loves God with all that it has is a mind that strives to think of Christ and to think like Christ in all that

  • Heart & Soul

    What does it mean to love God with all of our "heart and soul"? In the story of the woman at the well, we see someone who has been pursuing something with all her heart and soul and where that has brought her. In her interaction with Jesus, He helps us see how the thing that we pursue with all of our heart and soul impacts all of our life and pursuing anything other than

  • Following Jesus

    What does it mean to "be a disciple" of Jesus? How do I know if I'm doing it right? We sometimes make following Jesus out to be way more complicated than it really is. As we begin a new series looking at what it means to follow Jesus, we're starting with the basics - loving God with all that we have and loving our neighbor as ourselves.