Fulfilling the Great Commandment (Matthew 28:19-20)

Logan Wolf Kingdom Constellations

“Over the next five years we will turn fifty neighborhoods upside down for Christ through the formation of biblical communities, organized as a network of house churches, committed to obeying the Great Commandment and fulfilling the Great Commission.” You can read the entirety of our five year vision here.

Full Participation (1 Corinthians 12:12-26; 2 Timothy 3:16)

Logan Wolf Kingdom Constellations

“Full Participation and Shared Responsibility: Every member of each house church has begun living as a disciple and moved away from spectatorship and consumerism. This move is evident in part by…having read through the whole Bible with someone.” You can read the entirety of our five year vision here.

Meaningful Relationships (Acts 2:46; 5:42)

Logan Wolf Kingdom Constellations

“Intentionally meeting in homes allows these communities to maintain 1) a size where meaningful relationships can develop and mutual discipleship can take place, 2) a simplicity that requires minimal overhead or programming, and 3) a style that emphasizes full participation and shared responsibility.” You can read the entirety of our five year vision here.

A Christlike Faith (1 John 2:3-6)

Logan Wolf Faith to Change the World

What is one thing you would like to change about the world? Do you desire to see reconciliation? Justice? Beauty? Wholeness? God has and is working such things out in the world. As Christians we can be a part of it, but only when the radical nature of our beliefs manifests itself in a radically different lifestyle. What does that sort …

I Have a Question (Week 1)

Logan Wolf I Have a Question

An ancient Chinese proverb reminds us, “He who asks question remains a fool for 5 minutes. He who does not ask, remains a fool forever.” It’s ok to ask questions! In this series pastor Logan will answer questions submitted by the community from the Bible. In this first message he answers two: What is the purpose of life? How do you …

Adopted in Christ (Ephesians 1:1-6)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

There are two extremes when it comes to fathers. On the one end is the attentive father and at the other end is the absent father. The most loving and involved fathers are but a reflection of our Heavenly Father and provide only a glimpse of what it means to be a child of God. Our most broken and irresponsible …

The Time Excuse (Luke 10:38-42; Philippians 3:13-14)

Logan Wolf Love Where You Live

You’ve probably heard of the Great Commandment, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbour as thyself” (Luke 10:27). In fact, some of us have heard it so much that we’ve become numb to it. But imagine for a …

A Spirit of Boldness (Acts 4:1-22)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

In Acts 17 the apostle Paul is in the city of Thessalonica. When the Jews in that city learn he is there, they try to stir the people up against him. They cry to the leaders, “These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also” (v. 6). The Jews had heard of Paul and what followed the …

A Spirit of Boldness (Acts 4:1-22)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

The difference between the fear the disciples felt after the crucifixion (cf. John 20:19) and the boldness of the apostles in Acts 4 was the filling of the Holy Spirit. God has given us a spirit of boldness

Frugality (Matthew 6:19-20)

Logan Wolf Resolved

Resolved, if I take delight in it as a gratification of pride, or vanity, or on any such account, immediately to throw it by.

Judgment Is Coming (Acts 2:14-21)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

Since the pouring out of the Spirit has taken place (cf. Acts 2:17-18), we can expect that the last days will conclude with a terrible judgment (cf. Acts 2:19-20).

The Miracle of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-13)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

The rebels scattered at Babel (cf. Genesis 11) were represented at Pentecost and heard of “the wonderful works of God” (Acts 2:11) as the Holy Spirit was poured out.

Committed to Unity (Ephesians 4:1-3)

Logan Wolf Committed

Since disunity is a constant threat to the mission of the local church, one of the most important things you can do is help maintain a spirit of unity for the sake of advancing the Gospel.

What God Hates (Proverbs 6:16-19)

Logan Wolf Practical

God’s hatred stems from His holiness. Above all else, God is holy. God commands us to be holy because He is holy (cf. 1 Peter 1:16); therefore, we must hate what He hates.

Stewarding Health (3 John 2)

Logan Wolf Stewarding Life

Our motivation in maintaining our physical health—through sleep, diet, and exercise—isn’t vanity, but the understanding that we belong to God.