Missional Communities are the heart of Blueprint Church. A Missional Community (MC) is a group of people who are committed to one another and committed to living life together as they grow in the gospel, in the context of family, while living on mission. MC’s exists to serve a particular neighborhood or network of relationships in order to make disciples who make disciples. They are clustered geographically in order to foster greater depth of relationship and life-on-life disciple-making.

We are all seeking to find out what is expected of us. As followers of Christ, what does the expected Christian life look like? Paul teaches us in Galatians 2:20 that "The Expected Christian Life" is one that calls for us to embrace the substitutionary death of Christ and the substitutionary life of Christ. Observe as Pastor Lucius Rouser IV explains that as we vail ourselves, Christ is revealed in us. 

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Often times our lives become consumed with the rituals of being apart of God's Church rather than living our Christianity in a way that seems revolutionary to the world. Pastor Christian White challenges us in this sermon to rebuke a ritualist, "checklist" Christianity and embrace the revolutionary lifestyle that God calls us to as members of His family, which causes us to be ruled by God's Word, live generously with all people, and to find great joy in gathering together with our brothers and sisters in God's family, also known as The Church. 

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Augustine said, "You (God) have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless until they find rest in you. In this sermon, Pastor Muche Ukegbu affirms this truth and teaches us that satisfaction and rest for our soul will not come from tirelessly laboring with our hands to earn, build, and amass many treasures on this earth, but it will come by entrusting our hearts to God through the person & work of Jesus, therefore allowing us to rest, be satisfied, and be joyfully generous with all that God provides.

In this life, there is pain and suffering. However, we belong to a God who does not waste these experiences but uses them to grow us in the image of Christ. The ability to use our pain rather than wasting it should lead us to give our thanks and praises to God.

We pause our Holy Nation series to look at Paul’s last recorded words to the Ephesian Elders. Paul gave everything up for the sake of the church, the lost, and for Christ. Are we living lives devoted to the spread of the gospel? Are we counting our lives of little value so we can run the race well? Do we have a deep abiding relationship with the Holy Spirit? In this message, our guest speaker encourages us to dig deep into our hearts to uncover the areas that are holding us back from living our best life for Jesus Christ.

Early on Sunday morning, a few women went to Jesus' tomb to give Him a proper burial. They expected to find a dead Jesus, a powerless Jesus, a body with no life. Instead, they encountered the power of God through the resurrection and their lives were changed forever. In this sermon, Pastor Dhati challenges us to examine whether or not we have truly encountered the power of the resurrection. Do we pay our respects to Christ as if He were still a dead man? Or do we live differently because Jesus' resurrection changed our lives forever? 

 Good Friday is only good for one reason - Jesus rose again on Sunday. In this message, Pastor Corwin reminds us that the cross was just a pit-stop (not the final destination) in Christ's mission to redeem the world. 

In light of Paul's commands in Romans 12:1-3, Amisho Lewis reminds us that every area and aspect of life is worship, removing the Sacred/Secular divide. Therefore we must submit ourselves and our work under His authority and sovereignty, as we seek to be cultivators and workers who are restoring dignity back to God's creation.

Amisho Lewis shares that work was established before the fall. Therefore we must view it as worship.

As we celebrate Christmas, Pastor Lewis encourages us to keep Christ central by clinging to the person and work of Christ. As Pastor Lewis walks through these introductory paragraphs in the Gospel of John, he stresses what’s at stake is more than how we spell out Christmas.

Elder Rob calls us to walk in step with The Spirit so that we would remain free from sin. However, if anyone becomes overtaken by sin it is our responsibility, as Spirit lead people, to restore our fallen sibling.