Kairos (καιρoς) is an ancient Greek word meaning the right or opportune moment (the supreme moment). The ancient Greeks had two words for time chronos and kairos. Chronos refers to chronological or sequential time while kairos signifies a time in between, a moment of undetermined period of time in which something special happens. In the New Testament kairos means \"the appointed time in the purpose of God\", the time when God acts (e.g. Mark 1.15, the kairos is fulfilled). The question is, how will we respond when we encounter kairos time? Are our responses intuitive, learned, or some compilation of the two?
Athletes train their muscles hours a week to remember how to respond in certain game situations...musicians work tirelessly to get the piece just right...dancers rehearse until their feet can't take anymore in order to perfect the routine. Each of these people have learned that practice doesn't make perfect…it makes permanent. Practice shapes them and molds them for each game, musical piece, and performance. Each week we invite students into Christian practices that help guide us alongside one another in community in order that together God would shape and mold us into His image.
9:45am - Casual conversation in the Skywalk between the two buildings
11:00am - Worship Gathering: Main Sanctuary
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