Sermons on God in control
Ben and Natalia have been working in Argentina mobilizing and discipling Argentinians to go to the unreached people groups who have never heard of Jesus throughout the world. This Sunday they’ll share what God has been doing AND what is next for them as they are wrapping up their itinerating for support. ❤️❤️❤️
In this series, we are focusing on what we need to do in order to read, study, and apply Revelation responsibly, we have to look at its original context, intent, and audience to fully understand how it applies to us today.
In order to read, study, and apply Revelation responsibly, we have to look at its original context, intent, and audience to fully understand how it applies to us today.
What do you know about Hagar?
What can we learn from the life of Deborah from the Old Testament?
This week we will look at the life of Noah and lessons that we can learn from Noah’s life.
On week 4 of our “I Love My Church” series, we’re looking at the big picture of what one of the main purposes is for the church. Why did Jesus choose this method to spread His message? What’s the point?
Gary takes us through chapters 5-7 as the plot thickens in Esther’s story. One of the main themes in Esther is how we see “coincidences” or things that “just so happen” to occur at exactly the right time. Since the author intentionally doesn’t mention God, we are left to peer behind the events as they happen on the surface, and see God’s hand working, even when it doesn’t seem like it.
As we continue through the Book of Esther we see themes that can be reflected in the world around us. Gary looks at chapter 3 and the history of the issues of the Jewish people, and how that can be mirrored in the disdain often reserved for God’s people throughout history.
The Book of Esther is unique in the Bible in that God isn’t actually mentioned once! There are no prayers, God doesn’t speak, and we get to see the dramatic story unfold. Throughout the story, we see messiness, scandal, sex, and drama, and yet… we see the Lord at work whether it looks obvious at the time or not.