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Things I Wish were Not in the Bible - Part 3:
Banditos of the Domination System or "God’s Cosmic Rule is a Just" (Sept. 27, 2015)
What does Jesus mean by, "My Kingdom is not of this world"?
Does he mean we should focus only on our Heavenly rewards and destination? Should we not concern ourselves with the quality of life on earth for the poor, the environment, or the elimination of any earthly suffering?
Some use this passage to dissuade Christians from getting involved in working for justice. We need to examine this passage more closely!
Authentic, compassionate, and inclusive
Here at Fort Collins Mennonite Fellowship (FCMF), we practice the "radical inclusivity" of Jesus. This means working with, having compassion for, and getting to know people who, as Jesus said, are the “least of us” and are often on the margins of society.
Whether it’s welcoming sexual and gender minorities in to our community, hosting homeless families in the Faith Family Hospitality program, helping immigrants, or working for a healthcare system that benefits all, we try to walk in the footsteps of Jesus as best we can.
We use our hands to do God's work, focusing on issues of social justice, peace, and helping those in need.
The Hard Sayings of Jesus
Jesus said many perplexing things in the Gospels. Some listeners were surprised; others were amazed. Even his disciples were known to exclaim, “This is a hard saying; who can hear it?”
If you find some of the words of Jesus hard to believe, difficult to understand, or demanding to follow, you're in good company!
This fall, from now until Advent, we will consider the “hard sayings” of Jesus, and try to come to a better understanding of their meaning.
Annual Retreat on Oct. 9-11, 2015
Join us for our Annual Retreat on Oct. 9-11 at Sky Ranch, up in the Rocky Mountains.
These year’s theme is "Acornology: We all have to crack sometime." It revolves around the lowly acorn – how it must let go of the branch, fall to the ground, break open, and die to the old to become a majestic oak tree. We too often have to "break open" and surrender to things in our own lives. This retreat gives us an opportunity to share our acorn experiences, small and big, through art, poetry, music and more!
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We're the "little church that could" ... small in size but mighty in action. If you'd like to help us financially, please make out a check to FCMF and mail it to the address listed to the right.
Our pastor is Steve Ramer:
Our address is:
300 East Oak Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524