When Jerusalem is destroyed in 586 BC, many Israelites are carried off as captives to Babylon, where their faith will face a cultural pressure they have never known before. Would they find the conviction to stay faithful to God? Let’s see what we can learn from one example in the life of Daniel…
This year’s Wednesday Night Summer Series theme is “One of My Favorite Passages…” Tonight, David Shannon from Freed-Hardeman University (Henderson, TN) shares thoughts from one of his favorite passages: Isaiah 6:1-8.
We know the Bible teaches that it is wrong to hate others, so what does Ecclesiastes 3:8 mean when it says there is a “time to hate?” Are there some things Christians should “hate,” and how does the Bible use that term?
This morning we overview the Old Testament timeline, and then we focus in on Jerusalem’s destruction in 586 BC. Jeremiah lived through Jerusalem’s fall, so why was he still hopeful after it happened? And what do we learn from his experience?
This year’s Wednesday Night Summer Series theme is “One of My Favorite Passages…” Tonight, Josh Herndon from the Union Hill Church of Christ (Benton, TN) shares thoughts from one of his favorite passages: 2 Peter 2:9.
God makes big promises about prayer making a difference, so why do our prayers often seem so faithless? Let’s consider 3 common barriers to faithful prayer, and how we can overcome them…
In 2 Samuel chapter 7, David is sitting in his new house, thinking about how God has blessed Him. What follows becomes one of the most significant promises in the Bible’s storyline…what was it, and what does the chapter tell us about David’s heart?
This year’s Wednesday Night Summer Series theme is “One of My Favorite Passages…” Tonight, Jacob Evans from the Pulaski Street Church of Christ (Lawrenceburg, TN) shares thoughts from one of his favorite passages: Revelation 12:1-17.
Tonight our men and young men from Great Oaks Camp lead us in worship! In our lesson, Aarek shares thoughts on the promises we make to God…
This morning Logan Baldwin, our summer youth intern, shares thoughts about the temptation of Jesus…what can we learn from it about our own spiritual battles?