"The kingdom of heaven is doing the finding. Our directive is not to go find something, but to be found." As we wrap up our Parables sermon series, Abby Wilhelm explores Jesus' parables in Matthew 13.
"The vast glory of God's world is here, in the ancient beams, crafted by human hands to shelter us from sun and storm. In our gathered voices, of such richness it tunes our hearts to grace." Chelsea Gerlach wonders at God's wild, marvelous world in this call to worship.
"Being lost doesn’t mean you need to go out and find God; it means God is coming to find you." Josh Butler takes us through the parables in Luke 15, challenging the connotation we often apply to "the lost."
"His faithfulness is good enough to sing about and cognitively believe, but does it apply to my finances, broken relationships, my singleness, my depression—ultimately my entire future? " Director of Arts & Worship Hannah Glavor invites us to find the awe and wonder in worshipping our good God.
As we continue our sermon series on the Parables of Jesus, Director of Students Josh McKinley follows his jr. high students' lead on how to read these outrageous stories.
Famed storyteller Zach McKinley tells of Kid Columbus, who travels through time and space seeking the chillest place ever....summer camp.
Artist in Residence Scott Erickson has created 12 images reflecting the Imago Dei practices that turn our lives toward the grace of God that has come to us in Jesus and toward the world He loves.
Ben Sand, one of our elders, announced at our Sunday services today that Imago Dei will be selling it's parking lot on SE 13th & Ankeny. Listen to Ben's update to get more information on the sale, how parking will be recalibrated to accommodate the change and the ministry investments that will be possible as a result.