Genesis: Engaging the Person of God
Nothing is more ultimate than our relationship with God. We were made by Him and for Him. He is the very ground of all being. This means that the world is the theater of His actions; He is in the main character behind every aspect of our lives. Therefore, we cannot confront reality (our lives, our past, this world, etc.) without doing business with Him.
We see this from the very beginning of Genesis, but particularly in the life of the Jewish patriarch Jacob. Jacob is a person not different from us—a person with promise but grappling with the realities of his past and present. Join us this spring as we look at the life of Jacob and his family (Genesis 32-37), and consider what it means to encounter and engage with God—and ourselves.
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