Over the past few weeks, I’ve been reading back through the New Testament with a friend of mine. We began with Luke and Acts and have just completed all 13 of Paul’s letters. The words of the Bible are alive by the power of the Holy Spirit who can reveal something new, something deeper every time we immerse ourselves in God’s story.
In the final sermon of our recent ANIMATE! series, Pastor Jason spoke about why it is so important for us to meet with God in the “Inner Sanctum” and meditate on God’s truth in that sacred place. He summed it up nicely with a quote from the Greek philosopher Socrates: “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Why?
Turning Points... You know them well. Those moments in life when it becomes clear that where you’re coming from and where you want to go have some distance between them.
For the past few weeks, the staff here at 6:8 has been reading through a classic book on the Christian life: The Pursuit of God by A. W. Tozer. We've been taking a few minutes out of our day together at the office to talk through Tozer's ideas and how they are impacting our spiritual journeys.
For our sixth week of our systems blog series, we're taking a look at our Prayer System. Which is a system interwoven into every other area of our church, and rightly so because it all needs to be covered in prayer! The Prayer System encompasses a few gatherings and elements in and outside of our Sunday morning gathering time. So, keep reading.
A number of people just made the commitment of membership at Six:Eight. Below is the membership commitment they signed. We believe the local church is the hope of the world, and we want to see more and more planted across the globe. The local church is where you know others, and are being known, where you exercise your gifts in the context of others.