The Book of Hebrews points to Jesus as Christ Superior, inviting us all to draw near to God by Him.
We are looking for Jesus, and finding Him, in the Old Testament.
The purpose of the Gospel of Luke: So that we may know the Truth (Luke 1:4).
The Book of James answers the question: “How does Christian Faith work?”
God has a plan for spiritual renewal through worship, His Word, and structure.
Joy is a vital theme that runs through the New Testament Book of Philippians.
The New Testament Book of Romans teaches us that the righteous will live by faith.
Our study in the Old Testament Book of Deuteronomy teaches us what it means to be a people with God in the Midst
The New Testament Book of Galatians reminds us that there is no such thing as a grace-plus gospel. The Gospel is Grace… Everyday Grace.
The Sermon on the Mount is a description of the Kingdom of God now, in our hearts and in our midst.