Disruption has been a departure for us at Good Shepherd.
Normally, the series we do after Easter have been . . . gentle. Horizontal. Focused on relationships, based on human interest.
The services in Disruption have been more “in your face.” Inviting people to consider seriously the direction of their lives in comparison to the direction Jesus wants to take them.
I’m glad we did it this way.
So we wind up the series this Sunday with a look at what Jesus does when you just want to be left alone. How he disrupts us when our spirituality centers on our comfort & convenience.
I like how we’re concluding. It’s probably something that’s long overdue.
8:30. 10. 11:30.