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The Village is a Neo-Monastic Mega House Church in Tucson Az.
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Genesis 14:18 Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine. He was priest of God Most High, 19 and he blessed Abram, saying,“Blessed be Abram by God Most High,    Creator of heaven and earth.20 And praise be to God Most High,    who delivered your enemies into your hand.”Then Abram gave him a tenth of everything.
We are not at war with one another but with spiritual forces in the heavenly realms. Paul invites us to stand firm by putting on the Armor of God starting with the Belt of Truth. When we submit to God’s reality we are better equipped to deal with events that come up in our lives.
We are not at war with one another but with spiritual forces in the heavenly realms. Paul invites us to stand firm by putting on the Armor of God starting with the Belt of Truth. When we submit to God’s reality we are better equipped to deal with events that come up in our lives.
20 for 21

20 for 21

2020-12-2936:58

Praying together in 2021.
Advent usually falls between November 27 and December 25. The purpose of Advent is to prepare ourselves to celebrate Jesus’ birth, to spend time thinking about Jesus as our redeemer, and to find solace in the fact that God came to dwell with us and will make all things new in the end. The first week of Advent we focus on the prophecies of Jesus’ coming; the second week we remember Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem; the third week we consider the shepherds and remember that God sent His angels to announce His arrival to ordinary people who were on the low end of the social ladder; the fourth week we see the heavenly hosts proclaiming good news; and the fifth week we celebrate. All of this is done by lighting a candle each week to symbolize how Jesus’ birth brought light into the darkness, as recorded in John-1.
Advent usually falls between November 27 and December 25. The purpose of Advent is to prepare ourselves to celebrate Jesus’ birth, to spend time thinking about Jesus as our redeemer, and to find solace in the fact that God came to dwell with us and will make all things new in the end. The first week of Advent we focus on the prophecies of Jesus’ coming; the second week we remember Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem; the third week we consider the shepherds and remember that God sent His angels to announce His arrival to ordinary people who were on the low end of the social ladder; the fourth week we see the heavenly hosts proclaiming good news; and the fifth week we celebrate. All of this is done by lighting a candle each week to symbolize how Jesus’ birth brought light into the darkness, as recorded in John-1.
Advent usually falls between November 27 and December 25. The purpose of Advent is to prepare ourselves to celebrate Jesus’ birth, to spend time thinking about Jesus as our redeemer, and to find solace in the fact that God came to dwell with us and will make all things new in the end. The first week of Advent we focus on the prophecies of Jesus’ coming; the second week we remember Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem; the third week we consider the shepherds and remember that God sent His angels to announce His arrival to ordinary people who were on the low end of the social ladder; the fourth week we see the heavenly hosts proclaiming good news; and the fifth week we celebrate. All of this is done by lighting a candle each week to symbolize how Jesus’ birth brought light into the darkness, as recorded in John-1.
Advent usually falls between November 27 and December 25. The purpose of Advent is to prepare ourselves to celebrate Jesus’ birth, to spend time thinking about Jesus as our redeemer, and to find solace in the fact that God came to dwell with us and will make all things new in the end. The first week of Advent we focus on the prophecies of Jesus’ coming; the second week we remember Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem; the third week we consider the shepherds and remember that God sent His angels to announce His arrival to ordinary people who were on the low end of the social ladder; the fourth week we see the heavenly hosts proclaiming good news; and the fifth week we celebrate. All of this is done by lighting a candle each week to symbolize how Jesus’ birth brought light into the darkness, as recorded in John-1.
3 Things: November 17

3 Things: November 17

2020-11-1705:29

1. From the sermon: Part of waiting on the Lord is retelling the stories of God acting in your life to one another.2. What’s happening in community: Come to Soup Supper 2020 on Saturday at Ft. Lowell Park at 4pm. Bring your dinner and play vintage baseball and volleyball!3. What you need to do: Reflecting on what Caleb Sommitz said on Sunday, the Wait and See sermon is one we should all listen to more than once.https://vimeo.com/477672957
Song: Wait and See Lyrics: Wait and See
3 Things: November 10

3 Things: November 10

2020-11-1006:27

1. From the sermon on Sunday: At the root of your struggles in life is a spiritual battle that we fight as we live between the two advents of Christ (His life on earth and His promised return). 2. What’s happening in community: Soup Supper is happening on November 21st at 4pm at Ft Lowell Park. Bring your dinner and hang out at the park with everyone. 3. What you need to do: This Sunday Eric’s sermon will be titled “Deep Breath.” If you can, come to service and listen. If you cannot, make it a point this week to listen online.
The Year So Far

The Year So Far

2020-10-2138:31

The Belonging Service
In the shadow of the goddess Artemis, Paul writes his most theological compelling letter to the Ephesians, challenging their propensity to divide and buy into the general cultural narrative. Join us as we open up Paul’s letter and discover how to be the church in the 21st century.
In the shadow of the goddess Artemis, Paul writes his most theological compelling letter to the Ephesians, challenging their propensity to divide and buy into the general cultural narrative. Join us as we open up Paul’s letter and discover how to be the church in the 21st century.
In the shadow of the goddess Artemis, Paul writes his most theological compelling letter to the Ephesians, challenging their propensity to divide and buy into the general cultural narrative. Join us as we open up Paul’s letter and discover how to be the church in the 21st century.
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