Ron encourages us to follow Jesus example of self-sacrificial love by giving up our rights and reputations for the sake of loving one another and inviting the nations into the Kingdom of God.
Pastor Ken reminds us of the love Jesus has for us, leading us like a shepherd into the family of God that we might glorify God forever.
Pastor Ken invites us to behold the Lamb of God, Jesus, who knows the hurts and pains of his people and died to ransom his people back to God.
In the first of four classes Ron walks through the origins of the Nicene Creed and then shifts into the first section of the Creed that affirms our belief in the Father as our God and the maker of all things. You may download the slides to follow along by clicking here.
Jason calls us to join people like Job, Thomas, John Newton, and Norma McCorvey who were once blind to what God was doing and wanted of them, but when they turned to Jesus were able to see clearly.
Pastor Ken reminds us of the good news that because Jesus died and came back to life we too have the opportunity to turn from darkness to light, from chaos to order, from death to life.
Pastor Ken reminds us of the love our redeemer Jesus showed us in becoming like us and taking on our sin to redeem us back to God.
Pastor Ken calls us to look ahead rather than behind and recognize the new things God wants to work in and through us.
Pastor Ken calls us to not give up remembering all the benefits and blessings that the Lord has given us so that we can be fully devoted to the Lord.
Ron encourages us to endure the distractions, the bad examples, and the attacks of our enemies by trusting in the body of Jesus to rescue and redeem us.
Jason reminds us that the reason for Lent is not to find another resolution or self-help, but rather to renew our trust in God and find our identity in him.
From Moses’ face shining after conversing with God to Jesus’ glory being revealed on the mount of transfiguration, Pastor Ken calls us too to shine with the love of God that we might draw the world into his life.
Pastor Ken reminds us that though there are times when it seems like evil will prevail, God is always at work to set things right and bring us from dishonor to glory.