Below we’ve compiled a list of resources, podcasts, articles, and other tools that may be of use to you on your walk with Christ.
– A tool to help you discover how you’re naturally inclined to connect with Jesus
– Huddle groups are an important part of our community and this document provides you with all the details of what exactly we do in huddle.
– We use the huddle journal to guide our devotional times and as a tool for reflection and growth. The questions help us to dig deep into scripture and practice listening to God’s voice.
– Missional living is a big part of our mandate here at Geneva. There are many ways to define what that term means but we think the most simple definition of missional living is this: recognizing that God is at work in the world and seeking to join Him in what He is already doing.
– “Our videos are actually animated versions of much larger conversations that have been distilled into the most salient points. In The Bible Project podcast, Tim and Jon invite you into their dialogue concerning the biblical theology behind each video.”
– “Exploring My Strange Bible is Tim Mackie’s personal podcast, produced by The Bible Project. It’s an anthology of Tim’s lectures, sermons, and classroom teachings, collected over the last 10 years. They’ve been brought together to help you take a deeper dive into the Scriptures and the language and history of the Bible. May Bible nerds live long and prosper!”
– “We are a church practicing the way of Jesus, together, in Portland. We gather Sunday mornings on the Eastside and Sunday evenings on the Westside. Then all week long our communities spread across the urban core of the city.”
– “Join Les and Tanner as they talk theology, craft beer, video games, science and pop culture, all through a Christian worldview. Grab a brew and pull up a stool, it’s the Reformed Pubcast!”
– “We believe that in order to truly see Jesus, grasp his message, and follow him, we need to reject the lens given to us by religion, even the Christian religion, and become a community who opens our Bibles regularly with fresh eyes and re-live the accounts of those who first followed Jesus.”