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Welcome To corpus christi

the story of redemption, God’s story, is good news.
what would it look like if the people of God lived according to his story?
Join us and find out!

 
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2019/20 Applications Open: June 7th, 2019
Dates:
September - April
Cost:
Lethbridge - $1200 or Distance - $1000
Age:
18 and older

When we said yes to Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior we were welcomed into his story, the story of redemption. This story was set in motion by God at the creation of the world. A common misconception is that we ask the Lord into our story, or our heart, but the scriptures tell us another story. A story of a God who set a plan in motion from the creation of the world to redeem all thing back to himself. This story of redemption is the good news. For mankind, we can only know ourselves by knowing God and to know God is to know what he says about himself and what is his miraculous story of redemption.

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2019/20 Applications Open: June 7th, 2019
Dates:
September - April
Cost:
Lethbridge - $1200 or Distance - $1000
Age:
18 and older

In Phase One of Corpus we learned what it meant for us to join God’s story, and this year we take time to dive into the idea of what that means for how we are meant to live. We start by studying the scriptures to see that mankind is made in the image of God. Male and Female he created us. As image bearers of God there is a responsibility to image him in word and deed. So, this year we look to see what it means to actually live as God has called us to live. We model our lives after the life the Christ and look to imitate him in all we do.

 
 

the whole story of redemption is good news, and it is known most clearly in the person and work of Jesus Christ. God wants us and created us for himself. For that reason, being with him is where we will feel the most human, the most alive and the most free.

It is a gift to abandon our ways for the way of christ.

 
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