Jason reminds us that the story of the good Samaritan is about far more than showing compassion to our neighbors.
Pastor Ken reminds us that our ultimate hope is found in the coming Kingdom of God when all things will be set right, therefore we invite all into the kingdom.
Pastor Ken reminds us of our need to seek after God, especially in our darkest hour, because he is the one who can satisfy us and deliver us.
Ron reminds us that our God, who eternally exists as three co-equal persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, has called us to grow in our knowledge and love of him that we might have eternal life.
On Pentecost Sunday Pastor Ken reminds us that we are called to be one body, filled with the Spirit of God so that we can be united with the Father and follow Jesus’ example of sacrificial love.
Jason reminds us that we have been sent out into the world to proclaim the good news of Jesus because Jesus has ascended to the right hand of the Father and been declared to be king over all things.
Bishop Keith reminds us that because we are his, because we are beloved, because we have been redeemed and rescued, we ought to go out into the world and share the good news of the living God.
In the final class Ron walks through the last section of the Creed to discuss who the Holy Spirit is, his work in the individual and in the body of Christ, what it means for the church to be one, holy, catholic, and apostolic, and how baptism is the means for people to enter the Church. You may access the slides to follow along by clicking here.
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.