Our theme for 2019 comes from Luke 1:1, and is "Things Most Surely Believed." The beloved physician (Colossians 4:14) and most capable historian wrote his gospel to present an orderly account of things that were accomplished among them. Luke was not an eye-witness, but interviewed many eye-witnesses to assemble this longest (by word count) of the gospels.
In our post-modern age, facts are readily dismissed as opinions, as though we individually have the right to pick and choose what facts we accept. The gospels of our Lord and Savior are presented as facts; things most surely believed.
We will explore this theme in the sermon on the first Sunday of each month this year. Audio recordings of these sermons will be available.
Workbook: Paul's Epistle to the Romans
Now available for download is our workbook for 2018 quarter four, Wednesday nights, on Paul's Epistle to the Romans. The epistle has 16 chapters which we cover in 11 lessons. The questions stay close to the text and should be easy to answer. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to ask. You can email us at email@example.com
Workbook: Joshua, Judges, and Ruth
Also available for download is our workbook for 2018 quarter four Sunday mornings: Joshua, Judges, and Ruth. We consider these three books in 13 weeks. Historically, the period is the bridge from the pentateuch to the kings. Joshua leads the conquest of Canaan and the subsequent period of the judges shows how bad things can get when men do what seems right to them (Judges 21:25). The Book of Ruth reveals a beautiful example of selfless devotion which took place during the period of the judges. The lessons stay very close to the Biblical text and should be easy to follow. Please contact us with any questions or comments.