The resurrected Jesus gives his disciples a parting commission to go into all the world and make disciples. This command is neglected by many disciples for many reasons.
Everyone is building their life on someone’s words or philosophy of life. When trials and pains come it reveals what that foundation is — rock or sand.
Jesus is the Bread of Life from heaven. All that’s required of us to inherit eternal life is to feast on him.
After feeding bread and fish to thousands of people on the countryside, Jesus retreats alone. When his disciples find themselves alone and in danger, Jesus comes to them in the most unexpected way.
The voice of Jesus creates what it commands. It is his voice that gives us spiritual life. And on the day of resurrection, it is his voice that will give us physical life.
The only response that grants eternal life upon hearing the Gospel is to confess and believe.
Jesus did not come to give us more of what death can take away; he came to give us what death cannot touch.
William Cowper was a brilliant poet and hymn writer. But his life was plagued by depression and seasons of despair. We will examine his life and faith, and see how we can be helped through our own trials as we walk out our faith.
In this life we continually wrestle with and are affected by the consequence of sin, which should drive us to longing for the hope of redemption.
Sin birthed the world of shame and guilt we now live in but God’s redemptive plan is to restore us and the world.
Often times our response to sin is one that seeks to relieve the pressure from us and put it on someone else. There is a place where our blame for sin can rest: on Jesus.
Our theology of the cross will determine how we understand the Christian life. We will explore different theologies of the cross and come to see the awe-inspiring glory of all that Jesus accomplished.