Abram (also called Abraham) left one of the Bible’s greatest legacies. What made his faith so strong, and how can we build that faith in our own lives?
Christ died on the cross, and then He rose again. That empty tomb of Christ speaks out to us with many important lessons. What do we learn?
This morning we continue our study through the Patriarchal Age of biblical history, walking through the story of Noah, and considering a few modern-day questions as we go. What happened with Noah and the flood, and what do we learn from it?
One of the greatest compliments that could be given to a Christian is to say that spent their life “Going with God.” Let’s look at some lessons on what it looks like to “Go with God” from a man who spent his life devoted to God.
It’s our 2019 Family Day! Today we are thinking about how we answer our fathers, and how we answer our Father. Jesus told the Pharisees a story about 2 sons answering their father’s call to come work, with words and actions that were very different. What does it teach us about our own answers to our heavenly Father?
Abortion has again become a national discussion. First, let’s make sure we have those discussions in the spirit of Christ! In tonight’s lesson, let’s revisit what the Bible says about the unborn, and try to apply the Bible’s implications to the questions people ask today…
We are studying the Patriarchal Age, part of our year-long trip through the major events of the Bible. This morning we study what happened in the Garden of Eden, where we learn so much about God’s relationship with mankind. What happened, how did it affect the world, and what can we do about it?
People often choose their own versions of Jesus to follow, and sometimes we do the same. Are we willing to see who the real Jesus is? And even further, are we willing to follow Him?
This morning we begin a 2-month study of the Patriarchal Age, part of a 2019 trip through the major storyline of Scripture. We start with some of the best-known words in all of literature, the simple, majestic Genesis chapter 1. What does the Bible’s first chapter tell us about how everything started?
Sometimes the most important things happen far from the crowds, away from where everyone else is looking. Tonight we see one of those times in the life of Jesus, where I imagine all of heaven was focused on a place out in the middle of nowhere, where the stakes could not have been higher…