John 20:1-18 Looking at the story of Mary Magdalene, which teaches us that the resurrection of Jesus is historically, personally and universally significant.
John 19:17-37 As Jesus hangs on the cross, and breathes his last breath, he cries out “it is finished!” The mission of salvation for which his was sent has been completed. All of the types, promises, and prophecies from the Old testament are now fully accomplished in him. This is a momentous proclamation, and it changes everything. As we look to the cross this Good Friday, we mustn’t miss the significance of what has been accomplished in Christ.
Mark 9:30-37 We all have predispositions when it comes to understanding what constitutes ‘greatness’. Wile we may attribute factors such as success and influence as indications of greatness, in this passage Jesus redefines what it means to be truly great in the eyes of God.
1 John 2:15-17
John 5:1-16 God pursues the hopeless and helpless. By believing in Jesus are made new for all eternity.
1 Timothy 1:1-17 The centrality of love and the necessity of the gospel for preserving love.
Matthew 22:37-40 Colossians 3:1-4 Joshua 24:15
Luke 8:40-56 The story of Jesus raising Jairus’ daughter from the dead and healing the sick woman teaches us that Jesus has authority over sickness and death. It calls us to reflect on our own weakness and mortality and to come to Jesus with desperate faith. We believe that Jesus has power to heal in this life, and even more importantly, that he has the power to give us eternal life.
Matthew 2:1-12 That first Christmas, a king was born. And he’s still king today. As we take a closer look at the way that Herod, the wise men and the religious leaders respond to the birth of Jesus we’re led to ask “which of these characters am I most like?” How do you respond to King Jesus?
Philippians 3:1-11 We are accepted by God through faith in Jesus rather than through faith in our own performance.