Giving Thanks

Luke 17:11-19 • November 22, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

The next account given to us by Luke is the story of Jesus healing ten lepers in a small village. As the ten lepers go and are healed, only one returns to give thanks to Jesus. This story serves as a wonderful reminder that we ought to be on guard that our hearts don’t turn thankless when we have every reason to be thankful.

Life Together

Luke 17:1-10 • November 15, 2020 • Kevin Maloney

The Rich Man And Lazarus

Luke 16:19-31 • November 8, 2020 • Kevin Maloney

Divorce and Remarriage

Luke 16:18 • November 1, 2020 • Kevin Maloney

The Dishonest Manager

Luke 16:1-17 • October 25, 2020 • Kevin Maloney

The Heart of Pharisees for Themselves

Luke 15:25-32 • October 18, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

This week we finish the Parable of the Lost Son by looking at the third character, the older brother. Up to this point, Jesus has taught us about the heart of the Father for the lost but now shifts his attention to teach us about the heart of Pharisees for themselves.

The Heart of God for the Lost

Luke 15:1-24 • October 11, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

Luke 15 contains some of the most beautiful and well known parables of Jesus’ teaching. In a confrontation with the Pharisees, Jesus teaches us about God’s heart for the lost by giving the Parable of the Lost Sheep, Parable of the Lost Coin, and the Parable of the Lost Son, also known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son.

The Distinct People of God

Luke 14:34-35 • October 4, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

Invitation and Response

Luke 14:12-33 • September 27, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

The City of God

Luke 13:18-35 • September 20, 2020 • Kevin Maloney


Luke 13:10-17 & 14:1-11 • September 13, 2020 • Kevin Maloney

Reflecting on Tragedy

Luke 13:1-9 • September 6, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

When Jesus Brings Division

Luke 12:49-59 • August 30, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks

In the final passage of Luke chapter 12, Jesus brings some difficult, and perhaps confusing, words. Here, Jesus says that he “came to cast fire on the earth” and bring division rather than peace. This passage is rich in warning, but it is also rich in encouragement and hope.


Luke 12:35-48 • August 23, 2020 • Kevin Maloney

The return of Jesus is a sure thing. While his return is certain, the timing is not. Nonetheless, the coming return of Jesus should have a great effect on the life of a Christian.

Confident Generosity

Luke 12:22-34 • August 16, 2020 • Cody Wilbanks