Beautiful Outlaw Series

Book Study July-October 2018

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As we continue to press into the heart and mind of Jesus Christ through the writings of John Eldredge we are discovering he again is leading us deep into biblical truth. And as is true to John’s other works, he again peels back the layers to reveal aspects of Jesus Himself that isn’t readily preached.

“Jesus was accused of breaking the law, keeping bad company, and drinking. He had a sense of humor; his generosity was scandalous; his anger was fearsome, and he said outrageous things. Beautiful Outlaw seeks to reveal his Playfulness, his Fierce Intentionality, His Extravagant Generosity and Disruptive Honesty. He was cunning, humble, truthful, beautiful and loving.

Our group is always open, no need to pre-register, worry about how long a current study has been running or when the next one start or wonder is this place for me. Just come as you are, join us as we learn more about the Character of Christ and discover what it might look like to be more like Him in our own lives, through His power and grace.

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