From the very first sentence of the Bible we begin to see how the character and heart of God on put on display. Not only through the creation of the world, but also, his character and heart are visible in the creation of animals and humanity. While this may answer a few questions about who God is, it’s not long into the account that we begin to see ourselves for who and what we are. Beautiful, whole, created in his image, with the capacity for great love and yet all the while a capacity for great evil. The rest of the account from Eden to Babel is full of messages that we need to hear and comprehend when it comes to following Jesus in the 21st century. This fall, through Table Groups, House Churches, and at the Silk Mill, we will be exploring together some of the most foundational truths about God, his people, and the world around us. Would you grab a friend an join us at Common Ground as we live and move and worship together with Christ and his love at the center of us all.