All Bible Talk Series
Is Christ enough? False teaching came to the Christians in Colossae claiming that Christ is not enough. This letter by Paul seeks to extol who Christ is in all his glory. At its heart the apostle seeks to point out that how you start the Christian life with Christ as Lord is how you continue it.
James is an uncompromising book that challenges each believer with the truth that faith without works is dead. The call is to live a life worthy of the gospel. With 60 plus commands we are directed to examine our love for God and engage in real life and real faith.
Galatians is a war cry to guard and proclaim the one true gospel of grace. There is no other life line thrown out to humanity who need saving.
What is said of the Bible is especially true for John's Gospel. It’s shallow enough for a child not to drown, but deep enough for an elephant to swim. It's simple yet profound as it introduces us to Jesus who is the Messiah, the Son of God and by believing have life.
Mark Twain said the two most important days of your life is the day you're born and the day you know why. The Search for Meaning is the search every human is on and Ecclesiastes is key to laying the ground work.
Our new series is titled, “What if we really believed?” It ultimately seeks to look forward to what might be. It aims to make sure our best days as disciples of Christians are before us.
The future was uncertain for God’s people; it was a confusing time for them. At that moment God throws out his chest and reminds us all, loud and clear, that He is God and there is no other; He will accomplish all that He says He will! This is the message from Isaiah 40-66
Isaiah 1-19 // Term 2, 2016
Colossians // April 2016
Luke // Term 4 - 2015
2 Samuel // Term 2 - 2015
Luke // Term 1 - 2015
Luke // Term 1 - 2012
Term 3 - 2012
Leviticus // Term 4 - 2012
Colossians // Term 3 - 2014
1 Corinthians // Term 2 - 2012 & Term 2 - 2013
Ecclesiastes // Term 3 - 2013
Term 4 - 2013