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Betsy Hoium - March 22, 2020

It's not about your self.

What really matters? It is a question we are all asking as the world is changing so rapidly. It is the question that Jesus was asked. His response was to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves. How do we love our neighbors in this time of social distancing?

Scripture References: Mark 12:28-34

From Series: "Lent 2020: It's not about you... but it is."

We get so wrapped up in the “important” things that fill our lives—our status, our stuff, our expectations, our image--that it's jarring to hear “it’s not about you.” Even Jesus’ closest companions keep getting it wrong. They barely notice that Jesus focuses on the young, the humble, the marginalized, and others who rarely have a voice. Join us during Lent as we explore how Jesus flips the script. Once we let get go of our own baggage, we might just discover that it really has been about us all along.

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Betsy Hoium - March 22, 2020

It's not about your self.

What really matters? It is a question we are all asking as the world is changing so rapidly. It is the question that Jesus was asked. His response was to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves. How do we love our neighbors in this time of social distancing?

Scripture References: Mark 12:28-34

From Series: "Lent 2020: It's not about you... but it is."

We get so wrapped up in the “important” things that fill our lives—our status, our stuff, our expectations, our image--that it's jarring to hear “it’s not about you.” Even Jesus’ closest companions keep getting it wrong. They barely notice that Jesus focuses on the young, the humble, the marginalized, and others who rarely have a voice. Join us during Lent as we explore how Jesus flips the script. Once we let get go of our own baggage, we might just discover that it really has been about us all along.

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