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Posted by Todd Rutkowski
 - Oct 27, 2017, 9:45 AM

We often feel like outsiders, looking for home and belonging. The desire for home is a universal longing of the human heart. The heart searches for home; that place of full embrace and acceptance. Yet, home and belonging find their deepest meaning in community with God. God has done the work so we can no longer feel like outsiders, but realize we are in on everything (Ephesians 2: 11 -13). He is inviting us to embrace home and has given us a sit at the table. It is life's most beautiful gift.

Have a listen of this 5 minute video on the invitation to find home and belonging at the jesus table.