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Sharing a meal is a fundamentally relational thing. When you sit across the table from someone, you have the opportunity to learn them better-the aspirations they won't shake, the fears the can't name, and the pieces of their story that come pouring out naturally over the breaking of bread.

In his time on earth, Jesus shared many meals, with a wide variety of dinner guests-tax collectors, religious leaders, skeptics, prostitutes, fishermen...

Just as Jesus reveals his character through the words he spoke and the miracles he performed, he shows himself through the meals he shared and the people he sat across from.

Join us as we sit down for Meals With Jesus.


 

Week 1

April 2, 2017

Zach Van Dyke

Jesus taught some of his most profound, groundbreaking, and influential sermons while sitting around a dinner table with sinners and saints alike. In this series, we will pull up a chair to those sacred meals and listen in on those life-changing truths. In week one, we meet Matthew and learn that Jesus cleans us, calls us, and makes a covenant with us.

 

 

Week 2

April 9, 2017

Zach Van Dyke

Jesus taught some of his most profound, groundbreaking, and influential sermons while sitting around a dinner table with sinners and saints alike. In Week 2 of Meals With Jesus, we learn that there is such a thing as a true fairy tale. In Zacchaeus’ story we see the beauty of the gospel unfold as we watch a sinner come face-to-face with his rescuer and find complete acceptance with no strings attached.

 

 

Week 3

April 23, 2017

Zach Van Dyke

We wrap up our last week of Meals With Jesus with the first meal of the day—breakfast. In one of his last interactions with his disciples before his ascension to heaven, Jesus beautifully guides his disciple Peter to reconciliation with others, himself, and with the God who gave his life to save him.