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We study the first three chapters of The Revelation. Particularly, we're interested in looking at the letters that Jesus gave to seven churches in Asia Minor just before the turn of the First Century.
Imagine this scenario: You recieve a letter from Jesus that evaluates everything about you. You are commended for the things that He says you are doing faithfully, and you are called out in areas where you are failing. That's a little unsettling, isn't it? But that is exactly what happened to seven churches. It also is exactly what Jesus is doing in our lives today! Even more unsettling!
The beauty of the Psalms, which make up the Bible's hymn book, is that they deal with practically every kind of emotion with which we deal. Like many song lyrics, some Psalms are raw with pain or even anger; some are loud with jubilant praise and adulation; some bring comfort during times of fear or sadness; and some declare trust in our awesome, sovereign God. We are spending time in five of these special songs where God's truth and our life experiences collide.
Who needs the church? That’s a fair question. Certainly, those who are not part of the church don’t need it, and obviously, many who were once part of the church don’t think they need it. Just how important, if at all, is the church of Jesus Christ? We’re going to answer those questions, and a host of others that are on the minds of many.
This is a journey through the life of one of the Old Testament's most prominent characters. The main character of the story is Joseph; the main struggle in the story is adversity; and the hero of the story is God. The same outcome of the story can become ours as we learn the lessons of Joseph's life.
What if this Christmas, you could peer through all the surrounding hype and get a renewed vision of the significance of this celebration? It's hard in our culture to make Christmas "simple," but it is very possible to understand it, "simply." From the four gospels, Pastor Mack is going to use the recorded accounts of Jesus' birth - and His life - to unwrap this great gift so we can truly receive it as our own.
As God's final spokesman of the Old Testament, Malachi comes to the people of God to call them out for their lackadaisical commitment to God, and to call them back to a vibrant and living relationship with Him. He's a no nonsense prophet who enjoys sarcasm, but his message cuts to the bone. We are going to meet this "messenger" and delve deeply into God's answers to seven questions His people had for Him.
A study through Paul's letter to the Philippians, and the topic is something we all long for: courage.
A dive into the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The goal of this series is to answer three "why" questions; and their answers are profoundly critical for our lives.
A venture into what God offers as a more superior way to live, a life of generosity, that brings with it power, freedom, joy, and not guilt.
Revisit those first few pages of Matthew's and Luke's gospels where the account of Jesus' birth is accurately told. The goals for the series study are to highlight the critical importance of God coming to the earth as a man and why it should make a difference in each of our lives. It is necessary to focus on the real meaning of Christmas if one has any hope of not being consumed by all of the "other things" of the season. And if your heart is open, keeping Jesus as "the reason for the season" is possible.
In a culture of competing voices telling us who we are and who we should be, just exactly who am I? And more specifically, who does God say that I am? This 4-part series, Identity, reveals what it means to live our lives “in Christ” and the joy and victory of the abundant life He offers.
Peter answers the questions that we all ask ourselves: Where is all of this going? And what does it mean for me in my daily life? And his answers are profoundly game-changing if we will grasp and apply them in our lives.