What is it about that drab old tabernacle in the wilderness that draws your attention? Could it be that our interest is linked to the mystery of knowing God and how we relate to Him?
God used Luke, a highly-educated physician, to travel extensively and interview the eye-witnesses of Jesus’ life. Luke was an excellent historian of New Testament times who God used to pen the story of Jesus. Join our journey with Jesus through His life and ministry.
The story of Ruth was set “in the days when the judges ruled” in Israel (Ruth 1:1). These were difficult days. The story of Ruth is an oasis of love, loyalty, forgiveness and kindness in the desert of failure, immorality, and cruelty of those days. Let us learn some lessons from this story that are still impacting us today.
What is involved in sharing the gospel with those who are lost? This 10-part Bible study will examine important steps in reaching people with the good news that Jesus will rescue lost people.
One of the Chief Musicians in the Temple at Jerusalem was battling depression. During a sleepless night when God was strangely silent he found himself reading the story of Israel at the banks of the Red Sea. God lifted his spirit as he learned some strategies for facing the tough times of life. We’ll examine those strategies in our “Red Sea Rules” series.
In every generation there are teachings that deny, dethrone or in some way denigrate the person of Jesus Christ and the role He plays in our everyday lives. God sent a letter to a church struggling with just such problems. There is nothing more important than to be rooted in Him.
Is our culture spinning downward out-of-control? Will the international saber-rattling bring another world-conflict, perhaps the final world-conflict? Will life as we have known it end on earth one day? Let’s see what God’s Word has to say.
“The Gospel of Jesus Christ According to John” is a definitive declaration of the identity & purpose of Jesus Christ. Never has man more needed such a declaration! It opens & closes declaring “Jesus is God!” who came to give us life (1:1-18 & 20:30-31). In between those declarations God spells out the proof and opposition to the truth.