Wrap Yourself in Scripture by Karen L. Dwyer
W.R.A.P. (Write, Reflect, Apply, Pray)
P.R.A.Y. (Praise, Repent, Ask, Yield)
Jesus was anything but ordinary. Crowds flocked to see Him and found Him irresistible. The Church, us, is to be a reflection of the extraordinary person of Jesus Christ. In this Easter season, we will look at the key habits and disciplines that make a Church extraordinary.
Week One: Easter
The first homily in the message series “Anything but Ordinary” comes on Easter Sunday.
Jesus was anything but ordinary. Crowds flocked to see Him and found Him irresistible. The Easter Sunday celebration is the most unique event in history – the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. We will explore why the resurrection is so seminal, and what it means for us.
Week Two: Unity
The second homily in the message series “Anything but Ordinary” comes on Divine Mercy Sunday.
The early Church is described as being of “one heart and mind.” The Church was and should be a place where we build authentic relationships formed by a common purpose, growing disciples. Something extraordinary happens when we, you and I, move from being a Sunday consumer to an everyday disciple.
Week Three: Preaching and Teaching
The third homily in the message series “Anything but Ordinary” comes on the Third Sunday of Easter.
In Week 3 of our Easter series, we consider the power of words, specifically the Word of God and how God does something extraordinary when we take His Word and apply it to our lives.
Week Four: Mission
The fourth homily in the message series “Anything but Ordinary” comes on the Fourth Sunday of Easter.
In Week 4 of our series, Anything but Ordinary, we focus on Mission. Stepping outside of ourselves into situations where we need Christ is dangerous . . . it leads to serving God in those around us. It is here, where we choose to do the possible, that we see God do the impossible.
Week Five: Vine
The fifth homily in the message series “Anything but Ordinary” comes on the Fifth Sunday of Easter.
In Week 5 of Anything but Ordinary, we discuss how an extraordinary Church comes from people who invest personal time into a relationship with Christ. In this message, we will look at what it means to remain connected to Christ on a daily basis.
Week Six: Mother’s Day
The sixth homily in the message series “Anything but Ordinary” comes on the Sixth Sunday of Easter.
We close out the series: Anything but Ordinary on Mother’s Day, recognizing that when we lean into God, and take the time to allow Him to pour into us, our capacity to love will grow.
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