Ekklesia

Getting started with Ekklesia

The Greek word for church is ekklesia,  “called out.” This series will invite your students to consider just how awesome it is to be a part of God’s boundary-crossing family, called out of a life of sin and isolation and into a life of love and service.

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This series includes

a short video
scripture engagement
core
questions
discussion questions
application questions

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1. The Family

The church is the multi-generational, multi-ethnic family of God.

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2. The Body and the Bride

Jesus loves the church as his own bride and body. And as his body, the church represents the same kind of unified diversity that a human body needs to function well.

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3. Life Together

In the church, we are to love one another just as Jesus loves us.

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4. On Mission

The church is the continued mission of Jesus in the world.

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