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Author: Jon Ritner

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Ecclesia is a community of people in Hollywood, CA. Our mission is helping people find their place in God's family where we can discover and live God's purpose together.
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January 26, 2020 - Jon Ritner Daniel 3 Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
Dislocated: Decoding Dreams

Dislocated: Decoding Dreams

2020-01-1900:54:43

January 19, 2020 - Jon Ritner Daniel 2:2-23 Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
January 12, 2020 - Jon Ritner Daniel 1 Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
Dislocated: Embracing Exile

Dislocated: Embracing Exile

2020-01-0500:43:16

January 05, 2020 - Jon Ritner Jeremiah 29:1-14 Exiles don't fully belong to the place where they live. Its is a condition common to many in Los Angeles. Whatever the reason we migrate to LA, it can often come with a side effect of feeling rootless and the pain of living far from home. Increasingly, the norms of secular culture are dethroning Christian ethics in a way that feels threatening to many who were raised in the Church. How do God's people respond when they find themselves in the midst of such disorientation? Our series, Dislocated: How to Live in Exile, will look at the exilic literature of the Old Testament, with special emphasis on stories in Daniel and Esther, to find a hopeful vision and compelling model of life in exile that we can apply today.
The Birth of Grace & Truth

The Birth of Grace & Truth

2019-12-2400:25:03

December 24, 2019 - Jon Ritner Hope, Peace, Joy, Love. ‘Tis the season when these virtues become clichés in the hands of marketing departments used to decorate store windows and embellish coffee cups. This Advent, Ecclesia will seek to recover the meaning of these words by tracing their use through the Scripture and discovering how they are each ultimately embodied in the person of Jesus Christ. Our elders will lead our weekly teaching as we study how each of these ancient virtues finally comes to life at the Birth of Christmas.
The Birth of Love

The Birth of Love

2019-12-2200:37:40

December 22, 2019 - Helen Kim John 3:16-17 Hope, Peace, Joy, Love. ‘Tis the season when these virtues become clichés in the hands of marketing departments used to decorate store windows and embellish coffee cups. This Advent, Ecclesia will seek to recover the meaning of these words by tracing their use through the Scripture and discovering how they are each ultimately embodied in the person of Jesus Christ. Our elders will lead our weekly teaching as we study how each of these ancient virtues finally comes to life at the Birth of Christmas.
The Birth of Joy

The Birth of Joy

2019-12-1500:32:021

December 15, 2019 - Angela McNair Turner Luke 2:8-15 Hope, Peace, Joy, Love. ‘Tis the season when these virtues become clichés in the hands of marketing departments used to decorate store windows and embellish coffee cups. This Advent, Ecclesia will seek to recover the meaning of these words by tracing their use through the Scripture and discovering how they are each ultimately embodied in the person of Jesus Christ. Our elders will lead our weekly teaching as we study how each of these ancient virtues finally comes to life at the Birth of Christmas.
The Birth of Peace

The Birth of Peace

2019-12-0800:35:05

December 8, 2019 - Chris Riley Isaiah 9:6-7 Hope, Peace, Joy, Love. ‘Tis the season when these virtues become clichés in the hands of marketing departments used to decorate store windows and embellish coffee cups. This Advent, Ecclesia will seek to recover the meaning of these words by tracing their use through the Scripture and discovering how they are each ultimately embodied in the person of Jesus Christ. Our elders will lead our weekly teaching as we study how each of these ancient virtues finally comes to life at the Birth of Christmas.
The Birth of Hope

The Birth of Hope

2019-12-0100:42:46

December 1, 2019 - Justin Copeland & Joseph Barone Isaiah 9:1-2 Hope, Peace, Joy, Love. ‘Tis the season when these virtues become clichés in the hands of marketing departments used to decorate store windows and embellish coffee cups. This Advent, Ecclesia will seek to recover the meaning of these words by tracing their use through the Scripture and discovering how they are each ultimately embodied in the person of Jesus Christ. Our elders will lead our weekly teaching as we study how each of these ancient virtues finally comes to life at the Birth of Christmas.
Special Sunday

Special Sunday

2019-11-2400:30:17

November 24, 2019 - Melissa Smith Philippians 4:4-9 This is a special Thanksgiving-themed Sunday, with stories from Beth Philip, Kim Bolton, and Shannon & Chris Copeland.
November 17, 2019 - Roxy Lamorgese Genesis 1:26-28 Our church is continually examining how God is calling Ecclesia to be Good News for the people and places of LA where he has already sent us. Today we’ll hear from a representative of one of our ministry partners, Avenues Pregnancy Clinic.
November 10, 2019 - Mondo Scott John 14:13-23 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
November 3, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 5:6a, 9-14 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
October 27, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 3:14-22 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
October 20, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 3:7-13 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
October 13, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 3:1-6 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
October 6, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 2:18-29 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
September 29, 2019 - Patrick Duff Revelation 2:12-17 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
September 22, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 2:8-11 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
September 15, 2019 - Jon Ritner Revelation 2:1-7 When something is important we write it down. Through the Fall, we’re flipping to the last book in the Bible and diving into the seven letters Jesus writes to seven first-century churches. These letters detail how the church is called to reflect the character of Christ. Like a good director giving constructive notes, Jesus commends areas where they align with Him and corrects areas that need improvement; These ancient letters remain relevant to us as modern readers who seek to embody Jesus and make Him know in a culture of idolatry, autonomy and materialism. So, write this down. These are notes on how to stay in the character of Christ.
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