What covenant did God make with Abram as the Lord was leading him to be the 'father of nations?' What does this covenant have to do with us today? We dig into those questions by studying Genesis 15 and Romans 2 & 4.
What was life like before and after the historical, Biblical flood? More importantly, what lessons does it teach us about life now and the heart of God? We dig into those questions in our third message on 'God of the Covenants.'
What are some ways in which sin has impacted all of humanity through Adam and Eve's act of disobedience? How did Satan allure them into such a rebellion? How did God respond? As we look at Genesis 3, we discover our profound need, but God's provision of victorious grace.
What is a covenant? Are there any covenants that God made before He established one with Noah? As this series begins, we look at those two questions and God's incredible relationship with creation, humans and Adam.
Why did Jesus say, "The Son of Man came to seek and save the lost?" What does it mean to be lost? Does God really seek after people? We explore these critical topics as this new series on the mission heart of God begins. This week, we consider the 'lostness' of humanity through Adam and Eve's rebellion.
What is hope? How do we know if our hope is placed in that which is lasting and secure? We look at these questions in light of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Abraham's example and Mary Magdalene's testimony.
Christians talk often about faith...but what is it? How is faith defined according to Scripture? What does Abram's story tell us about the difference between faith and saving faith? We consider those questions as well as look ahead to the suffering of Jesus in order to anchor of our in that which saves.
How ought believers manage the wealth which God supplies? Likewise, do we have an obligation to be generous either to God or others? We study these topics in light of the Lord's provision and blessing upon Abram.
How did the flood alter our world? We study this culturally relevant topic in view of both Scripture and geographic studies. Then we use the flood story to better understand the faithful, covenant keeping nature of God.
How does God view worship? Likely, many Christians have ideas of what worship is but rarely do we try to ask the question from God's perspective. We dig into this topic by studying Cain and Abel's first recorded sacrifice to the Lord and what was motivating them in their worship of the living God.
What are the challenges that women face as a result of living in a fallen world? By zooming into Genesis 3:16, we look at the layers of discord which are common for many women. Then we consider the way in which Jesus makes women...and men...new.
What is the role of husband in the marriage relationship as determined by God? This difficult, but important topic, begins by studying why God created Adam before Eve and then assessing the dynamics which make for a healthy, Godly marriage.
What are angels and demons? Is there really a personal 'devil' who holds temporary authority of the world? If so, what is his work and battle cry against people? We dig into these difficult questions - leading to the gift of grace and conquest of Jesus Christ.
Is there any such thing as pointless work? We look at the concept of work and stewardship in light of God's command for Adam to tend to the Garden of Eden - citing examples from the Global Anabaptist and Mennonite Church.
How long did it take for God to create the world? This question swirls within Christian conversations - especially in the light of the claims of modern science. We dig into this difficult topic but then look at the simple truths for Christians to proclaim confidently about the creation of the world.
Who is the Holy Spirit? How can we make sense of what happens in believers when He comes to fill their spirit? We dig into these complex but important questions in a board overview of the Holy Spirit throughout the Bible.