Why Us, Why Here?
Our church is not at a turning point. Our direction and desire as a church remains the same as it has been: to make disciples that follow Jesus faithfully in real life. There’s nothing for us to turn from, though there is much to move forward to. Our church is at a catalyst moment where we can re-up on the impact God wants us to have in Seattle. And that will only be done if we know exactly who we are.
This series is built around identifying who we are as a church and what we care about. It’s a values series: what does Icon value as we seek to make disciples that follow Jesus faithfully in real life? And then, how is that specifically helpful to Seattle?
This series will cover six weeks of our church’s values, and then four weeks of covering Seattle-specific culture where we filter Seattle’s culture through our church values and see what could come out on the other side by God’s grace. This series is about recognizing who God has made us to be, and then getting to work at our mission field.JUMP TO SERIES RESOURCES
Seattle and Transience
November 21, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Seattle and Activism
November 14, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Seattle and Sexuality
November 7, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Seattle and Wealth
October 31, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Sent on Mission
October 24, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Renewed as Community
October 17, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Grounded by Scripture
October 11, 2021 / Josh Sercey
October 3, 2021 / Josh Sercey
September 26, 2021 / Josh Sercey
September 19, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Anniversary Sunday 2021
September 12, 2021 / Josh Sercey
Resources for further study in this series.
- The Secular Creed: Engaging Five Contemporary Claims by Rebecca McLaughlin
- Rediscover Church: Why the Body of Christ is Essential by Colin Hansen and Jonathan Leeman
- Christ and Culture by H. Richard Niebuhr
- Words of Life: Scripture as the Living and Active Word of God by Timothy Ward
- Dynamics of Spiritual Life: An Evangelical Theology of Renewal by Richard F. Lovelace
- The Cross and The Machine by Paul Kingsnorth (Article)
- Does God Still Love Me if I’m Gay? by Sam Allberry (Sermon)