Join us this week as we discuss together what it means to live a fulfilled life
Join us for an important Easter Discussion - What is the call of the cross? What is our response to the cross?
This week we examined The Politics of Jesus vs. The Jesus of Politics.
This week we examined more closely who we exclude and who we embrace in Christianity.
This week we're looking at the differences of excluding ourselves (21st century) and embracing community (1st century).
Are you in a land of milk or a land of honey? Which do you want to be in? What are the advantages of each? Explore with us.
Picking up on a discussion from the previous week (which was unfortunately not recorded), Pastor Schiewer and Dust Covenant Church discuss how the wording of this passage of Exodus emphasizes the powerful changes that came about because of women (as well as other themes in Exodus).
What is the difference between a prophet and a priest? Pastor Schiewer and the members of Dust Covenant Church explore this question. The answers might surprise you. (Hint: are you a member of a privileged class? You're probably not a prophet.)
During this conversation, we discuss Shavuot, also known as the Feast of Weeks, and the giving of Torah.
Which comes first: salvation or freedom? What is the difference between the two? We discuss.
What does Mother's Day mean to you?
During our Sunday meeting, Dust church members and Pastor Don Schiewer Jr discuss some alternative views of Mother's Day - and the pressures put on women and churches on this day.
(How) does bounded-set thinking make churches (and Christians) exclusionary?
On Sunday, February 5th, we invited people from within (and without) our community to bring their toughest questions. Don answered them as honestly as possible, using his deep Scriptural knowledge to inform his answers.
After discussing charity and justice the previous week, Dust Covenant Church members share related scriptures and discuss Micah 6:8 in depth.
Have you ever crumbled under the weight of expectations? In this recording, we explore the story of Jacob and Esau through the perspective of Esau. What does it mean to be the firstborn? What expectations come with that?
Embracing the full-spectrum of humanity in every individual