Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 7
Aug15

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 7

Meals as Mission In the first three centuries, largely up until the time that Constantine politicalized Christianity as the state religion, the whole of the Christian worship service (the gathering) was referred to as “the Lord’s Supper.” It wasn’t a wafer and a sip from a plastic throwaway cup that was in Paul’s mind in 1 Corinthians 10:17–34, when he spoke of the Supper. The context of Paul’s argument in 1 Corinthians clearly is...

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Freebie # 15-Cody Curtis: Making Decisions Artistically & Carefully
Aug13
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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 6
Aug08

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 6

Meals as Church Planting Movements In response to Peter’s Pentecost sermon, over 3,000 people were added to the church and immediately, we see the church begin to organize. Pay attention. Do they organize into buildings? Do they form doctrinal statements? Did they immediately raise money or start a campaign? Read the account in Acts: And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of...

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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 5
Aug01

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 5

Meals as the Visual Kingdom In Luke’s account of the Last Supper, he refers to two distinct cups that are used, a detail that is unique to him. We know that the tradition of the Jews was to take 4 cups at the Passover: one for blessing, one for explanation of meal’s meaning, one for the meal proper, and one for the conclusion. But why two cups here? Jesus stands before His disciples and paints a new kingdom inaugurated by a raised...

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Freebie #13-Ray Comfort: Goodness & Glory
Jul30
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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 4
Jul25

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 4

Meals as a Model for Ministry Theologians have noted in Luke’s Gospel that there is not a moment where Jesus is not going to, at a, or coming from a meal. The sinners who knew Jesus, met Him as a “friend of sinners” at meals, and Jesus’ enemies were always at odds over the fact that He kept eating with sinners. The famous historian and doctor Luke keeps alive the rhythm of meals and their symbol as blessing or curse. Jesus used meals...

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Freebie #12-Ray Comfort:Keep the Tension of the Gospel in Your Craft
Jul23
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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 3
Jul18

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 3

Blessing and Cursing In Luke 14:15–24 Jesus describes a banquet scene. In the parable, a man goes out and invites many guests to his feast, but they all decline the invitation, citing a variety of excuses, but the main reason being that they are too busy. When word of their declined RSVP reaches the man’s ears through his servant, he becomes angry. In response, he commissions his servant to go out and invite the poor, the crippled,...

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Freebie #11-Dr. Constance Cherry: The Worship Architect
Jul16
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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 2
Jul11

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 2

Meals as Historical Turning Points Let’s give a short synopsis of how Scripture’s storyline and historical turning points are built around meals: God’s blessing began in the garden with a meal (Gen. 1:29). God gave Adam and Eve a choice to eat of blessing or curse, symbolized in the Tree of Life and Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. The curse, fall of mankind, and Satan’s temptation happened over a meal (Gen. 2:16–17). The first...

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Freebie #10-Dr. Constance Cherry: Selecting Songs
Jul09

Freebie #10-Dr. Constance Cherry: Selecting Songs

In this video, Dr. Constance Cherry talks about the importance in selecting worship songs. We  are  giving  away  hundreds  of  videos  about  creative  ways  to  bring  Jesus  into  all  of  culture.  Go  to  www.makejesusculture.com  for  FREE  weekly  releases.  From  our  website  you  can  also  access  smaller  bundles  of  video  content  pertaining  to  all  realms  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  business,  education,...

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Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 1
Jul04

Honoring Christ in The Meal- Day 1

Meals as Method Have you ever wondered why the whole story line of Scripture is shaped around meals? Have you found yourself the least bit curious as to why the entirety of Jesus’ ministry is summed up in Luke 7:34 as “the Son of Man came eating and drinking?” Let’s do some digging. I find it fascinating that God did not start the creation in the context of a 501(c3) non-profit, a building, a cabinet, a district, a board, or an...

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Freebie #9-Dr. Constance Cherry: Active Not Passive Worship
Jul02

Freebie #9-Dr. Constance Cherry: Active Not Passive Worship

In this video, Dr. Constance Cherry explains the need for active worship. We  are  giving  away  hundreds  of  videos  about  creative  ways  to  bring  Jesus  into  all  of  culture.  Go  to  www.makejesusculture.com  for  FREE  weekly  releases.  From  our  website  you  can  also  access  smaller  bundles  of  video  content  pertaining  to  all  realms  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  business,  education,  media/arts,...

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Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 3
Jun27

Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 3

Singing Savior The Bible tells us that when Jesus came up out of the waters of Baptism he heard a voice from heaven saying, “this is my Son, in whom I’m well pleased.” Now let’s couple this occurrence together with a couple visual images in order to make one big point. First, consider the singing of the birds in light of Jesus’ Baptism. Research has shown that where birds are present and singing, things grow and flourish. Where birds...

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Freebie #8-Charlie Hall: I don’t fit with the “clean” people of God
Jun25

Freebie #8-Charlie Hall: I don’t fit with the “clean” people of God

In this video, Charlie Hall shares his experience in feeling like a misfit within the people of God. We  are  giving  away  hundreds  of  videos  about  creative  ways  to  bring  Jesus  into  all  of  culture.  Go  to  www.makejesusculture.com  for  FREE  weekly  releases.  From  our  website  you  can  also  access  smaller  bundles  of  video  content  pertaining  to  all  realms  of  creativity  and  innovation  in  business,...

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Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 2
Jun20

Honoring Christ In Audio Mixing-Day 2

Hear Jesus says, “to those who have ears let them hear.” In Bible times, hearing was a necessity, even over that of the other four senses. Only about 2% of the population could read, and so they heard information. Fun Fact … did you know, that sound resonates in the brain faster than through sight? It also enters first through the spine. It rouses the work of the body before the mind. Sounds educate people differently than do...

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