There is need. There is provision. Sometimes we take for granted that we have needs in our lives and when those needs are met those are pretty miraculous moments. There is also an invitation to act and respond to the needs around us. Whether it was Jesus commanding the disciples to feed the people or the boy offering up what little he had, we must be a part of "giving them something to eat." Jesus also challenged the disciples, and us, to think beyond the limitations of what we are up against. There was not food and the crowd was hungry. It was getting late...the disciples wanted to send everyone home.

We are asked to live, be present, love, serve, help, give, etc. - whether we are ready or not. The feeding of the 5,000 is what the space between death and resurrection looks like.

August 6, 2017

Lessons from the Greatest Miracle (11:10 Traditional)

Speaker: Dr. John Stephens
There is need. There is provision. Sometimes we take for granted that we have needs in our lives ...
August 6, 2017

Lessons from the Greatest Miracle (9:45 Contemporary)

Speaker: Dr. John Stephens
There is need. There is provision. Sometimes we take for granted that we have needs in our lives ...
August 6, 2017

Lessons from the Greatest Miracle (8:25 Blended)

Speaker: Dr. John Stephens
There is need. There is provision. Sometimes we take for granted that we have needs in our lives ...

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