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Third Sundays


EVERY THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, WE HOST A CONNECTING EVENT TO HELP YOU APPLY THE BIBLICAL STORY TO ALL OF LIFE.

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Third Sundays


EVERY THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, WE HOST A CONNECTING EVENT TO HELP YOU APPLY THE BIBLICAL STORY TO ALL OF LIFE.

Upcoming Third Sundays

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Does Our Work Matter?


January 2017

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Does Our Work Matter?


January 2017

Work is one thing to which you will give a majority of your life. For many, we find aspects of our identity within our work. When you meet someone for the first time, usually one of the first questions asked is: “What do you do?” Despite the massive amount of time given and identity found within work, we do not often consider the deeply biblical reasons for work. Does our work matter in terms of God’s redemptive work in creation? You may be surprised to discover the ways in which God works through you in your work.

This is a big statement: God works through our vocations. On this night, we will come together to learn more about the various vocations represented at Via Church and how we understand the work we do with our minds and hands in relation to God’s work in this world. So, whether your vocation is a stay-at-home mom, a sous-chef, a corporate executive or a plumber, come a discover the biblical significance of your work.

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Bless Rhythms


February 2017

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Bless Rhythms


February 2017

Developing Habits to Express the Gospel

It is fairly safe to say that many of us desire to grow in our faithfulness to Jesus and our witness to the good news of what he has done. Often, when we think of being a witness we have large bold expressions of faith in our mind–talking about Jesus with a co-worker, giving a large amount of money to a mission, sacrificing a week and half to go around the world on a global trip. These expressions are good and we should take every advantage to express our faith in these ways, but more often than not, the regular day-to-day expressions of the Gospel are much more powerful–the way we talk with our kids, the tangible kindness towards a neighbor, sitting down over dinner with someone, listening to the pain of a stranger, taking a needed nap at the end of a long work week. More than grand gestures, faithfulness is more often doing small (and often overlooked) tasks well over a long period of time. On this night, we examined some of these Gospel-infused habits known as the Bless Rhythms.

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