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At Menlo.Church we believe something special happens when people come together to learn about and celebrate God. Every day we see God at work in the hearts and minds of our congregation. We hope that by listening to podcasts of our weekly sermons, you will be encouraged and challenged by God in new and unique ways. If you already attend our church, these podcasts will enable you to stay connected when you are unable to make it to services. If you live nearby, we encourage you to visit us, and learn more about life at Menlo.Church. For those of you listening from other parts of the world, welcome! We're glad to be a part of your Christian walk. Menlo.Church is located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Christians from all walks of life consider Menlo.Church their church home. For more information about our church, ministries, and our many activities, visit Menlo.Church or email info@menlo.church
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John Ortberg Farewell

John Ortberg Farewell

2020-08-0220:281

This weekend, Pastor John Ortberg will share his farewell message.
This week we continue our series, “I Love You, But You’re Driving Me Nuts” and talk about the two main issues that trip us up in our relationships—“Saying or doing things we shouldn’t” and “NOT saying or doing things that we should.” If we are willing to examine them, each of these relationship issues can also be tools to reveal what is really in our heart.
Thanks for joining us as we are kicking off our series "I Love You But You Are Driving Me Nuts"! Matt Stephan, our San Mateo Campus Pastor, will be helping us take steps towards having healthy relationships and living in community.
Today we hear a message from guest speaker Rev. Eugene Cho. Eugene Cho is a Pastor, President and CEO of Bread for the World and Bread Institute, Founder of One Day’s Wages, and author of his newest book, Thou Shalt Not Be a Jerk: A Christian’s Guide to Engaging Politics.
God calls us to love, care for, and value every generation as a part of the family, as we seek to be an intergenerational faith community. In this service, we get to celebrate what God is doing in the lives of young people at our church, and hear about how God is calling us to show up for the next generation in this season.
In this message, we explore race, racism, the ministry of reconciliation, and that God only invented one race—the HUMAN race. God made people, nations, languages, and cultures, and all are one in Christ Jesus. Menlo Church senior pastor John Ortberg also points out that the Bible never condemns the sin of racism because it had not yet been invented. For resources and next steps, go to http://menlo.church/racialjustice
This sermon is a powerful, hopeful dialogue between John Ortberg, Hurmon Hamilton, from New Beginnings Community Church, and Gary Gaddini, from Peninsula Covenant Church. They discuss faith, race, and justice; they talk about how Jesus can be a model for engaging with those who are suffering; and you will discover how to operate as God’s agents right now. For resources and next steps, go to http://menlo.church/racialjustice
God’s Kingdom calls on us to grow our awareness and compassion for issues of social justice and anti-racism. In this conversation, John Ortberg converses with Efrem Smith (Co-Pastor at Bayside Church Midtown and Co-owner of Influential LLC) to help address racial injustice and the current state of our nation. For resources and next steps, go to http://menlo.church/racialjustice
God’s Kingdom calls on us to grow our awareness and compassion for issues of social justice and anti-racism. In this service, John Ortberg addresses racial injustice and the current state of our nation. For resources and next steps, go to http://menlo.church/racialjustice
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