Men with Beards
A Journey Through the Minor Prophets
April 3, 2022 • Luke Hildebrand
This week we explore a fascinating conversation that Habbakuk has with God, that centers on a question that is familiar to most of us. “God, where are you? I thought you loved us?” The dialogue is at times, uncomfortably candid, and there is much to explore on how we build faith and hope through difficult circumstances. The book is three chapters and I’d encourage you to read it before Sunday
March 27, 2022 • Terry Dueck
The book of Amos is another collection of poems, visions, and messages from God to the northern Kingdom of Israel at a time when they were at the peak of their power, wealth, and influence. But where the world sees success, God sees something very different. In the book of Amos, we are welcomed to consider what worship really is, what we’re really asking for when we ask God to bring justice to the world, and how the world’s version of success is often very different from God’s.
Men with Beards Reading Plan
Read through the minor prophets with us! Week 1 - Hosea (March 6-12) Day 1 - Hosea 1-3 Day 2 - Hosea 4-11 Day 3 - Hosea 12-14 Week 2 - Joel (March 13-19) Day 1 - Joel 1:2-17 Day 2 - Joel 2:13-3 Week 3 - Amos (March 20-26) Day 1 - Amos 1-2 Day 2 - Amos 3-6 Day 3 - Amos 7-9 Week 4 - Habakkuk (March 27-April 2) Day 1 - Habakkuk 1-2:5 Day 2 - Habakkuk 2:6-20 Day 3 - Habakkuk 3 Week 5 - Malachi (April 3-9) Day 1 - Malachi 1-2 Day 2 - Malachi 3-4
How to Read the Prophets - Bible Project Video
Reading the biblical prophets can be confusing. But there’s so much to discover when we learn to read these books with attention and context.
Message of the Prophets - Bible Project Bible Study
Who are the Hebrew prophets, and why are they so intense? Listen to the podcast, reflect on some questions, and go deeper into study on your own or with a group. If you're participating in our reading plan One Story that Leads to Jesus, this Reflections Bible Study lines up with week 17.