Life’s a pain and then you: Grasp (Greg @ Field)

September 27, 2011

"I can’t make it!” That’s been gasped a million times. And even when we don’t say it, we scream it in our hearts. After all, it’s true. “I” can’t, but “we” can. All those people around you… they are pillars for your life. Learning God’s vision for this helps us know who to have in our lives and how to use them. Surround yourself with people who matter now! And before you go it alone, stretch out your hand and grasp hold of Jesus’ hand attached to a friend’s arm!

Jacob's Well information can be found at http://jacobs-well.net

Older messages (back to Pre-Christmas 2010) can be found in the archives at http://jacobswell.podbean.com

00:0000:00

Life’s a pain and then you: Sync (Greg @ Longfellow)

September 19, 2011

Interviewer: “So, how well do you know the Creator of the universe?” Respondent: “Um, like what do you mean? I know about him. Er, her, or… whatever. I mean we talk… sort of.” Interviewer: “Can I say, not BFF’s?” Respondent: “Yeah, I s’pose.” That’s a problem, isn’t it? If God’s at the center, and God’s a functional stranger, then there’s some work to do to get in sync. Let’s plug-in.

Jacob's Well information can be found at http://jacobs-well.net

Older messages (back to Pre-Christmas 2010) can be found in the archives at http://jacobswell.podbean.com

00:0000:00

What do you hold most dear? (Greg @ Field)

September 12, 2011

Do you remember where you ten years ago when the World Trade Center towers fell? That event had an enormous impact in our national and individual consciousness. But it wasn't just that event, other towers of our society have tumbled. Housing, pensions, stock market, careers and the jobs that make them, leadership. When things start crumbling we start worrying. And when we worry, we have a tendency to turn in on ourselves and hold on to those things that we hold most dear, those things we treasure and can't imagine living without. God knows this about us and know that it destroys people and community. Jesus had another idea. We're wondering if we couldn't start to trust that way of living. Join us as we have a unique experience that takes this Jesus way of living and see where it leads us.

Jacob's Well information can be found at http://jacobs-well.net

Older messages (back to Pre-Christmas 2010) can be found in the archives at http://jacobswell.podbean.com

00:0000:00

(No Audio) Here we go again… (Greg @ Minnehaha Falls)

September 5, 2011

Labor Day marks the end of you know what. Ready for it? Or does the mere thought of everything that is about to begin make you feel worn, wiped and washed out? There's no way to easily make all the obligations and demands go away, but there is more than meets the eye at work in them. Join us this Sunday, September 4, 10:30 a.m. at Minnehaha Falls as we take a look what the difference is between grind and great. And stay for the picnic! Bring a friend, walk your dog, bike, run, push a stroller. It's Jacob's Well at the Park!