Christ Community Olathe
Rediscovering Jesus' Kingdom - February 7 | Olathe
Enter Jesus - 9 & 10:45am & ON-DEMAND
Locations & Times
  • Christ Community - Olathe Campus
    20600 W 119th St, Olathe, KS 66061, United States
    Friday 11:00 PM


Whether you are NEW online or visiting one of our campuses, we would love to get a chance to know you.
Conversation Starters help us dig deeper, connecting Sunday’s sermons with our Monday lives. These prompts have been designed to help Community Groups grow in their relationship with God, with one another, and with their neighbors. Please know that these questions are meant to be a resource to you. You do not have to follow them verbatim or get through them all. We trust you to know your group and to ask the questions based on your group needs.

1. What challenged you this week in your practice of

2. When Jesus enters Jerusalem as the true King, He does two things: weep, and cleanse the temple. Why do you think those are the first two things He does? What does that say about the kind of King He is?

3. Jesus knows that eventually Jerusalem will reject Him as their Messiah, even as they praise Him in His triumphal entry. What do you think changed? What made the Jewish people so disappointed in Jesus as their Messiah?

4. Reflect and share specific ways that Jesus has shown Himself to be a faithful and good King in your life recently.
Title: Enter Jesus
Scripture: Luke 19:28-48
Speaker: Nathan Miller,
>> A king who’s lofty or a king who’s lowly
>> How are we using our power?
>> A king who wars or a king who weeps
>> Where must we weep with Jesus?
>> A king who coddles or a king who confronts
>> What tables would Jesus flip over in our lives?
Christians are indistinguishable from other people either by nationality, language or customs. They do not inhabit separate cities of their own, or speak a strange dialect, or follow some outlandish way of life….

And yet there is something extraordinary about their lives. They live in their own countries as though they were only passing through. They play their full role as citizens, but labor under all the disabilities of aliens. Any country can be their homeland, but for them their homeland, wherever it may be, is a foreign country. Like others, they marry and have children, but they do not expose them. They share their meals, but not their wives.

They live in the flesh, but they are not governed by the desires of the flesh. They pass their days upon earth, but they are citizens of heaven. Obedient to the laws, they yet live on a level that transcends the law. Christians love all people, but all people persecute them.
- Letter to Diognetus

Child Dedication Coffee

The next child dedication service will be held on Sunday, February 21, during all worship services at 8:00. 9:30 and 11:00am. If you would like to dedicate your child, please sign up for our Child Dedication Coffee on Sunday, February 14, at 9:30am, during our second service. To register for our dedication and coffee, please register online for the coffee. If you have any questions about the service, or are unable to attend the coffee, please contact Jennifer Krogmann.

Prayer Requests

As a staff it is a privilege to pray for our congregation. Social distance does not change that! If you are in need of prayer click the link to fill out an online prayer request.

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