Jesus appointed his apostles to be the authoritative witnesses to his words, his works, and his resurrection. In the New Testament we have a record of their testimony that is not only historically reliable but which is also powerfully transformational.
The New Testament: The Transforming Record of the Apostle's
December 17, 2017 • Larry Kroon • Luke 6:12-16
The Lord's Prayer
October 7, 2018 • Ashley Brown
Throughout the Gospel according to Luke we read of Jesus praying. At times it is in the midst of a large crowd. At other times it is in the seclusion of night on a mountain top. Regardless, one thing Luke wants us to understand is that Jesus was a man of prayer, so it should not surprise us that Jesus’ disciples asked Him to teach them to pray as well. Today we will study Jesus’ lesson on prayer.
The Good Samaritan
September 30, 2018 • Ashley Brown
God calls us to love Him with all of our being and to love our neighbors as ourselves. But what does it mean to love our neighbor? Who is our neighbor? To answer these questions, Jesus told a story about a man who encountered someone in need. This story - The Good Samaritan - challenges the ways we seek to justify ourselves and points us to the true and better Good Samaritan: Jesus.
Announcing the Kingdom
September 23, 2018 • Larry Kroon
In and through the person of Jesus, God’s King, the Kingdom of God approached the towns and villages along the road to Jerusalem. It was dark territory long held captive in Satan’s cosmic rebellion against God’s rule. Seventy-two messengers were sent ahead into the darkness to announce the Kings approach. Luke 10 is their story.