“The LORD Is King” – The OT Historical Books
“I See Him But Now, I Behold Him, But Not Near” – Genesis-Deuteronomy 9/13/14
“Be Strong & Courageous” – Faith in Action – Joshua 1:1-18 9/20/14
“Pagans, Prostitutes And The Justice & Mercy Of God” – Joshua 2-6 9/27/14
“Secret Sin” – Joshua 7-8 10/4/14
“Letting Go of The World & Clinging To Christ” – Joshua 8-19 10/11/14
“Conservative In Christ But Liberal in Love” – Joshua 22 10/18/14
Clinging, Loving, Serving: The Response to Divine Love” – Joshua 23-24 10/25/14
“Digging Up The Roots Of Sin & Cultivating Holiness” – Judges 1:1-2:11 11/1/14
“The Cycle of The Uncircumcised Heart” – Judges 2:10-12:15 11/8/14
“Samson” – Judges 13-16 11/15/14
“Ruth: The God of Redemption Restores Life” Ruth 1-4 12/6/14
Christ & Culture
Absolutely Hopeful In Christ Part 1 – Matthew 7:24-27 7/19/14
Absolutely Hopeful In Christ Part 2 – Ephesians 2:1-10 7/26/14
The Root Of & Remedy For Racism – Galatians 3:26-29 8/2/14
Trading Ashes In For Beauty: Abortion & the Yoke of Christ – Isaiah 61:1-3 8/9/14
Sexual Idolatry & The Glory of God – Romans 1:18-32 8/16/14
Children Are A Blessing From the LORD – Psalm 127 8/23/14
Truth, Love & The Imperishable Word of God – 1 Peter 1:22-25 8/30/14
Sowing The Gospel In “Good Soil” – Luke 8:4-15 9/6/14
“Displaying the Wonder of Christ This Christmas” Philippians 2:1-11 12/13/14
Deuteronomy 6 – “Faithful Fathers Are Lovers Of God” – What makes a faithful father?
2 Corinthians 5:16-19 – “Jesus and Motherhood” – How does the revelation of Christ give great worth and value to motherhood?
Luke 24:36-49 – What does the death and resurrection of Jesus mean to you?
Luke 1:26-38 & 2:1-20 – Christmas is a celebration of Jesus. Though he is transcendent he is accessible.
Acts 20:1-24 – “The Fullness of Emptiness” – According to the Bible, the blessed life is a life lived for Jesus
Acts 19:21-41 – “The Demand for a New Economy” – The gospel effects all things; including economics.
Acts 19:1-20 – Christ’s church must breathe life in a community, must be strategic, and must be a movement of God.
Acts 18:1-28 – “Identity and God” – Out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks and our identity will determine what we live for and worship.
Acts 17:1-34 – How is the church supposed to relate to culture? Is the message of the church relevant to today’s culture?
Acts 15:36-16:40 – Paul’s second missionary journey challenges us as the church to persevere in faith and ministry.
Acts 15:12-35 – A relationship with God is about understanding who he is and what he has done and how to rightly respond to him.
Acts 15:1-11 – Salvation is a gift of God’s grace received by faith in Jesus; it is not achieved by religious works.
Acts 14:1-28 – The church advances on the backs of people who are willing to sacrifice everything for Christ.
Acts 13:42-52 – God’s grace is infinite. His grace works miraculously to grant faith in the hearts of men.
Acts 13:13-41 – The good news of the gospel is this: Jesus is unlike any other before or after. He did not remain in the grave but was raised so that in him there is freedom from and forgiveness for sins.
Acts 12:25-13:12 – Worship of Jesus gives birth to mission. Our love for him will lead to a love for the world.
Acts 12:1-24 – The opposition to God is great, but God opposes the proud and gives grace to the humble.
Acts 11:19-30 – The grace of God has power to transform an entire city. The church should pray for and act in such a way so that God’s grace is poured out through them.
Acts 10:44-11:18 – Christianity is something to BE, not simply something to SEE.
Acts 10:36-48 – What is God’s message to the nations? It is the good news that Jesus is both judge of and the one who pardons sinners.
Acts 10:1-36 – God is not partial. Jesus is Lord of ALL.
Acts 9:31-43 – Does God continue to do miraculous things like heal the sick? Should the church expect for God to do the miraculous today?
Acts 9:19-31 – Those who believe in Jesus are adopted into God’s family and are given a new identity in Christ.
Acts 9:1-19 – Christianity is not about self-improvement. It is about death and resurrection.
Acts 8:26-40 – Jesus is for the nations. God’s gospel blessing goes out to all people who put their faith in the Son of God.
Acts 8:4-25 – The gospel proclaimed is for the joy of cities because Jesus is better than everything else.
Acts 7:54-8:3 – Faith in the sovereign God allows Christians to have hope in the midst of persecution that God uses all things for his glory.
Acts 7:1-53 – God is a personal being who carries out his loving plan of redemption through his Son.
Acts 6:7-15 – God desires for all men to give themselves in obedience to THE faith.
Acts 6:1-7 – The local church is given leaders for its good and for the expansion of the gospel.
Acts 5:17-42 – We must obey God rather than men. And this is very costly.
Acts 5:1-16 – God’s big power is on display through judgment and healing.
Acts 4:32-37 – The local church is called to give sacrificially and take care of one another.
Acts 4:13-22 – Jesus calls us to follow him boldly in a real life context with real life consequences.