Description:A new series in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation!
The News of Christ is Still Good
Description:Watching the Cub fans cheer as they won their first World Series in 108 years was fun. They were wild in their excitement. But unless you live in Chicago, in six months most of us won’t even remember who won. But the wonder of our salvation in Christ is exciting every minute of every day, year after year. But we get used to grace and soon it is no longer amazing. Let's see why after 2,000 years the gospel of Christ is still good news!
You have to get to Christ!
Description:Mankind’s sin has forever separated us from a holy and righteous God.Therefore there is no greater statement than that He died “that He might bring us to God". (1 Peter 3:18)The Bible always points us to Jesus!
Look for the Tension
Description:There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death. (Proverbs 14:12)When people build their life apart from God, things seem right, but always bring death. We must be ready with understanding and the hope of Jesus!
Light in Darkness
Description:What is the mark of a follower of Jesus?Some recall the famous fish-sign that signified Him. Others wear crosses. But is there one that stands above the others? Yes! Jesus Himself assigned one thing, which would mark His followers in all ages and all times. Let's study His very words in John 13:34-35 and see how it applies to our lives today!
You are the Light of the World!
Description:We long to see things change in our country. What kind of big movement would God use to impact this sinful world? Peter was well familiar with a sinful and dangerous world! In fact the world he lived in took his life because of his faith. So Peter had a feel for this. Yet the “movement” he called us to revolved around words like honor, submission and love. At first glance they don’t seem like world-changing words, but they are the very things which make us light shining in darkness. Let's unpack 1 Peter 2 and see how God planned this to work!