This five-week series looks at some of the passages in the Bible that don’t sit well with most modern readers. Passages like the imprecatory Psalms, the story of Judah and Tamar, Jesus dismissing the gentile woman at the dinner table, and Jesus’s command to hate our families. By exploring several parts of Scripture that challenge our understanding of the Bible and of God, we can strengthen our faith and find unexpected blessings in his Word.
This three-week series unpacks three of Jesus’s “lost” parables: the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost son. By understanding God’s heart for sinners and for bringing the lost to him, we can celebrate salvation and conversion with generous and joyful hearts.
Genesis is the first book of the Bible for two of the major world religions. But what is in it? What does it have to say, and how does this teach us about Jesus? This nine-week series on Genesis will look at some of the foundational stories in the first book of the Bible.
This four-week sermon series encourages congregants to explore God’s Word and equips them with basic hermeneutical principles that will help them engage with Scripture and correctly interpret its texts. In this series, we will cover topics such as Jesus as the Word of God, the relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament, Scripture as God-breathed, and the Bible as a book that is living and active.