Week Fourteen Bible Study

Week Fourteen Bible Study

  Joshua 14-24 Land allotments: Joshua 14-15 for the 9.5 tribes west of the Jordan.  Joshua 16-17 for the 2.5 tribes east of the Jordan.  Joshua 18-19 for miscellaneous land not yet assigned. Special cities: Joshua 20-21 assigns cities for the Levites and the...
The Centrality of the Resurrection

The Centrality of the Resurrection

These notes accompany the sermon found here. Introduction Big Idea:  As much as the resurrection of Jesus Christ proves the entirety of the Christian faith, the existence of the Christian faith proves the entirety of the resurrection. What Does the Resurrection Prove?...
A Phenomenal Scene

A Phenomenal Scene

These notes accompany the sermon found here. Introduction Big Idea: The death of Jesus was unique in many ways, but none so profound as its purpose – to save sinners. A death so unusual that his moment is recorded by all four gospels without using the word died....
Week Fourteen Bible Study

Week Thirteen Bible Study

Week 13 Bible Study Find the full reading plan here. Deuteronomy 27-31 Blessings and curses: The importance of these cannot be understated.  Practically every blessing and curse comes upon the people of Israel in the remaining books of the Old Testament.  It is...
Fellow Workers

Fellow Workers

These notes accompany the sermon found here. Introduction The upward call of God is to be like Jesus Christ. This sermon series is focused on the mindset and practices that produce progress in response to this call. It encourages us to strain forward to what lies...
Week Fourteen Bible Study

Week Twelve Bible Study

Find the full reading plan here. Deuteronomy 6-26 The Shema: Deuteronomy 6:4-5 is known as the Shema or “hear,” named for its first word.  The Canaanites were polytheistic – believing in many gods, but Judaism and Christianity is monotheistic – believing in one God. ...

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