Fully Alive

Posted by occwebsite
04th Apr 2017

For seven weeks after Easter we want to unpack together fully alive
what it means to be Fully Alive.

  • Choosing to be Fully Alive
  • Becoming Spiritually Alive
  • Becoming Physically Alive
  • Becoming Relationally Alive
  • Becoming Emotionally Alive
  • Becoming Financially Alive
  • A World That is Fully Alive

Following Jesus in this world is being who God wants us to be.
This impacts all of life.
Join us, not only on Sunday’s, but we encourage you to gather with a few friends to think though what this looks like very practically in your life.

  • You can sign up on Sunday at OCC;
  • or send us an email and we’ll try to get you connected;
  • or let us know, that you are gathering some friends together, so we can encourage you and pass on some additional notes/helps as you facilitate discussion.

Habakkuk 2:4
Look at that man, bloated by self-importance-full of himself but soul-empty. But the person in right standing before God through loyal and steady believing is fully alive, really alive.

Irenaeus, the 2nd century French theologian said:
“The glory of God is man fully alive

What does Fully Alive look like?
We all learn in different ways. So these weeks will help disciple us through:

  • Listening
    Our Sunday sermon series for seven weeks will be centered on God’s desire and plan for us to become Fully Alive.
  • Discussing
    We are producing notes with discussion questions for use in all our small groups. We’re encouraging everyone, to be in a small group or start a small group for these seven weeks. This includes you!
  • Reading and Praying
    We will also have some guided thoughts for personal reflection and prayer during these seven weeks.
  • Writing
    We are encouraging you to journal / write during these weeks.
  • Doing
    We encourage you to set a goal to become more fully alive in various areas of life. We are also committed to making our community more fully alive. We will encourage every small group to look for opportunities to serve.