Our Collective Responsibility
As world continues to change by becoming more post-Christian and adapting to a post-pandemic world, the church finds itself in a period where change is the new normal. For this season, we are looking at the book of Acts to remind ourselves how the early church followed God as God led the church into the future that was unfolding before them.
This week, we explore Acts 3:11-26 and what it means to take collective responsibility for the impact of sin on the world. Inherent in human nature is a tendency to reject responsibility for things we are not explicitly involved in. But what if, by our sin, we are responsible? What does the gospel have to say to our complicity? How might the gospel free us up to have the difficult conversations plaguing our society?