“We have heard the joyful sound. Jesus saves! Jesus saves! Spread the tidings all around: Jesus saves! Jesus saves!” …but what exactly is Jesus saving us from? In this lesson, we take a closer look at the salvation that is found in Jesus Christ.
In this textual sermon, we examine Matthew 13’s seven parables using verses 10-17 as a key to understanding the rest of the chapter.
In this lesson, we examine the love that God has for us, the ways in which he demonstrates that love, and the effect that such demonstrations ought to have on our perspective.
In this lesson, we continue the previous week’s consideration of how a Christian should react to the recent Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage.
In this lesson, we review 1 Peter 3:13-17 in light of the Supreme Court decision that had just been announced a few days before this lesson was presented.
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Does God really require that we adhere to the Bible’s specific teachings on moral behavior? Or should we simply be teaching a generic message to “Love your neighbor” like most religions? In this lesson, we take a serious look at this question – turning, as always, to the Scripture for our answers.
A man has a daughter who is near death. As he and Jesus go to his home, two things happen: a woman is healed of an ailment she had for 12 years and news come that the man’s daughter has died. Jesus continues to the house anyway and raises the little girl from the dead….
When someone says “I am a Christian,” they are making a claim. But is that claim supported by any objective evidence? In this lesson, we turn to the Scriptures to answer one of the most important questions that a person can ask themselves: Am I really one of God’s people?