Did Jesus really die and rise again? Join us this Easter as we look at some of the evidence and why it matters today.
The resurrection of Jesus changes everything. All of our hope and faith rests on this historical event in which Jesus validated His bold claims regarding His identity and authority. What more powerful validation could there be? Join us as we look at why the empty tomb matters and how we can have confidence in the…
In His advent, Jesus brings us His hope, love, joy, and peace. He also brings us to a point of decision, where we have to decide for ourselves how we will respond to His rule and reign. Will you respond as wise men and the shepherds did?
Matthew and Luke each give us different details and perspectives of Jesus’ birth. For this reason it is helpful to take them both into account in studying and celebrating the birth of Jesus.
All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. How then is a loving, yet perfect, holy and just God to respond to man’s sin? The answer is at the cross, where God’s love, holiness, and justice come together to rescue and redeem mankind by grace, through faith in Jesus.
Many people have different perceptions of who God is. The most important question, however, is who has God revealed Himself to be? He has given us His inspired Word and also revealed Himself to us in His creation. Join us for this important discussion to better understand Who God is and why this question matters…
Luke begins his Gospel account with John the Baptist preparing the way for Jesus. John is an amazing man of God, whom the Old Testament prophets, Isaiah and Micah referred to as the one who goes before the Lord and prepares the way. This is the same John who says that the one who comes after him is greater than he, whose sandals he is unworthy to untie.
And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.
– 1 Corinthians 15:14
“No one has taken it from Me, I lay it down…”
– John 10:18
The holy person is not one who cannot sin. The holy person is one who will not sin.
– A.W. Tozer