The Already But Not Yet of Resurrection

Resurrection began on Easter as Jesus became the firstborn of the dead. But the Bible’s wider portrait of resurrection shows us not only that we’re the secondborn, but that resurrection has already begun in us now.

The Lord's Breakfast 1208PODCAST

Why do we make a big deal about eating together when we gather on Sundays? Why do we incorporate communion into it? Is it just to be cool or is there a Biblical precedent to it? In this message Jamin explains how eating together connects to Jesus’ ministry and the gatherings of the early church and the prophetic and strategic messaging it carries when we still do it today.

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