Week 1 from our Tuesday night Bible school looking at where the Bible came from, how it was put together, and common questions and objections surrounding the text.
God of All Things, part 4. To be human is to be created from the dust of the earth, to be sown in weakness and perishable. But those who follow Jesus will be raised imperishable, resurrected in the image of … Continue reading “God of All Things: Dust”
God of All Things, part 3. One of the greatest challenges we face is believing that we can provide for ourselves, and in doing so we eat from the wrong table. But God provides bread from heaven again and again, … Continue reading “God of All Things: Bread”
God of All Things, part 1. Trees are mentioned in the Bible more than any other aspect of creation, and all major characters and events had a tree marking the spot. Jesus was crucified on a tree, and although this … Continue reading “God of All Things: Trees”
Encounters with Jesus, part 6. Acts 1 isn’t about the absence of Jesus, it’s about the radical outbreak of his presence. We look at what could mistakenly thought of as the disciples final encounter with Jesus: his ascension to heaven.
Encounters with Jesus, part 5. Looking at John chapter 4 where a Samaritan woman, who was an immoral social outcast, has an unexpected meeting with the Son of God, despite many social taboos and racial tensions.
Encounters with Jesus, part 4. In Matthew 26 during the Passover, we see Jesus break bread and established communion for the very first time. And in prophetic symmetry, in his death on the cross Jesus became the perfect lamb of … Continue reading “The Lamb Led to The Slaughter”
Encounters with Jesus, part 2. It’s much better living in our world where God is sovereign, and there’s suffering, than it would be living in a world where there’s suffering, but God wasn’t in control.
Encounters with Jesus, part 1. Looking at John 2 where Jesus is revealed as the Lord of abundance, producing fruit that lasts and does not run out. He’s the Lord of plenty, and he longs to share it with you … Continue reading “The Lord of the Feast”