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Corner Church • Sunday, March 19
Locations & Times
  • Corner Coffee in the North Loop
    514 N 3rd St, Minneapolis, MN 55401, USA
    Sunday 8:15 AM, Sunday 10:00 AM
  • Corner Coffee in Uptown
    1414 W 28th St, Minneapolis, MN 55408, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
  • Corner Coffee in Camden
    4155 N Thomas Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55412, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
  • Corner Coffee in Northeast
    2226 NE Central Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55418, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM
Missions Focus: This month we are praying for Zack and Michelle F., missionaries in the Middle East. We, Corner Church, support them financially. Pray for people in their world that they are discipling.
Local: Pray for people in your world that are unemployed or underemployed.
Church: Pray for the opportunity for Corner Church to be within walking distance of people in our city.
Tuesday Morning Communal Prayer is at Corner Coffee North Loop, 9a-10a. Join the Corner Church prayer team by checking it on your Connection Card today.

Corner Church’s Annual Meeting / 2022 Review is tonight, Sunday, March 19th at 5p at Corner Church Camden (4155 N Thomas Ave Mpls). Everyone is encouraged to come! Hear updates from each community, the missions team, and the coffeehouses. Gain understanding as to where we are as a community, hear vision for the year to come, and celebrate what happened in 2022. We will also celebrate Corner Church Northeast’s one-year anniversary. Childcare will be available.

Spring Cleaning Sunday is coming! Following services on Sunday, March 26, we will be doing spring cleaning in each community. There will be about 50 minutes of cleaning projects. Join the cleaning fun!

Corner Church Palm Sunday UNITED Service will be Sunday, April 2 at 10a in the Neu Neu Studios across the hall from Corner Coffee North Loop (5124 N 3rd St Mpls). We will start at 10a with a potluck brunch, and the service will start shortly after 10a. UNITED Services bring all of our communities together.

Neighborhood Candy Grabs are coming fast. North Loop Candy Grab will be Saturday, April 8 at 10a at Target Field Station. NL egg stuffing party will be on April 1 at 10a at Corner Coffee NL. Victory Candy Grab will be at Victory Park on Saturday, April 1st at 11a. Egg stuffing party will be March 25th at 11a at Corner Coffee Camden. Get involved by donating individually wrapped candies, helping with egg stuffing, and volunteering at the events.

Corner Church will be celebrating a Passover on Saturday, April 15 at 5:30 PM at Corner Church Northeast. Please RSVP by April 2 on the Corner Church calendar event. More details are on the RSVP form.
Dialogue Question:

Why do you think people get the right or the wrong impression(s) of you?
Dialogue Question:

What are some of the costs of people having a wrong impression of you?
Internal costs in you
Costs in relationship with others
Dialogue Question:

How do you tend to respond when your perspectives are challenged?
Dialogue Question:

What are some of the potential costs of never being challenged?
Dialogue Question:

What are some of the costs to believing that power, affluence, and health are directly correlated to God’s approval, and that the absence of them is directly correlated to God’s disapproval?
Jesus stands up for the women that are being abandoned by their husbands and calls for a higher standard of commitment
Mark 10:1-12 (Divorce)

Jesus has time for the children, as they are just seen as a nuisance, and honors their simple faith and enthusiasm by calling us all to be like them
Mark 10:13-16 (The little children and Jesus)

Jesus challenges the perceived connection with God that is presumed with affluence
Mark 10:17-31 (The rich and the Kingdom of God)

Jesus calls His disciples to be servants, not masters and authorities
Mark 10:32-45 (While Jesus predicts His suffering, James and John make a request)

Jesus gives dignity to blind Bartimaeus as He asked him what he wanted
Mark 10:46-52 (Blind Bartimaeus receives his sight)

Dialogue Questions:

How does Jesus’ passion for the marginalized, the powerless, the servant, and the hurting stand in contrast to what people believed about what God cared about?

How do these stories serve as reminders for what God cares about today?
Dialogue Questions:

How do Jesus' life and teachings challenge your perspectives and actions?

What deeper spiritual growth and experiences might Jesus be inviting you to embrace?
Take It Deeper Questions:
Read Mark 10:13-31.
How did you end up working where you are currently working? Did it choose you or did you choose it?
In what ways are you like the children in the story?
In what ways are you like the rich young ruler in the story?
Why is it so easy to feel like we have to earn connection to God?
What is the cost of feeling like a relationship with God is something that is earned?
What do you feel Jesus is asking you to let go of?
How are you challenged, encouraged, and/or confused by this text?

Bible Reading Plan:
Mark 10
Matthew 19
Matthew 20
Matthew 10
Luke 18
John 10
John 11