Resources & Tools
Micah: This Just Got Serious
Micah is a small book in the middle of our Bibles that we probably haven’t spent much time in. It’s a book of the Bible that we might actually skip over. But Micah isn’t a book we should skip over, it’s a book that confronts serious issues that we, as Christ-followers, should be serious about. The people of God had broken their covenant with Him and it was breaking His heart. As we spend the next seven weeks in Micah, we may find the hard issues the people of God were being confronted with are more familiar to us than we first realized, and this small book can transform our lives.
May 1 // Charles Yu – Discussion Guide
May 8 // Chris Kopp – Discussion Guide
May 15 // Daniel Owen – Discussion Guide
May 22 (Love Madison) // Matt Metzger (online) – Discussion Guide
May 29 // Charles Yu – Discussion Guide
June 5 // Lynne Benik – Discussion Guide
Race & Faith
Christ-followers are called to love our neighbors – and to seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly before our God. To become better listeners and learners, we have provided learning groups and recommending resources to help us learn more about racial reconciliation and justice.
Serve in the Community
- Generous Justice: How God’s Grace Makes Us Just | Timothy Keller
- Obadiah, Jonah and Micah (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries, Volume 26) | T. Desmond Alexander, David W. Baker, and Bruce Waltke