Have you ever wondered what would happen if the events in the Bible were just a little bit different? If Jonathan had ascended to the throne instead of David, for instance, what would that kingship look like? What kind of king would he be? That “alternate reality” is what we explore in this class.
November 30, 2020•
November 16, 2020•
God’s people are often accused of being too exclusive, trying to keep people out of the Kingdom instead of welcoming them with open arms. On at least one occasion though, three would-be disciples didn’t follow Jesus for their own reasons, proving that while the Kingdom is for all, not all will come.
November 9, 2020•
Jesus did somewhere around 37 recorded miracles (depending on how you count them), but the most important one He ever did was His own Resurrection. Why? 1 Corinthians 15 lays that out pretty well.
November 2, 2020•
As Election Day draws near, many of us are waiting anxiously to see if your candidate will be chosen. Chances are you voted for either Trump or Biden because you believe they’ll lead our nation in the way it should go, but our future doesn’t begin in the Oval Office, it starts with the family. Making sure God is a part of the home is the best way to ensure our country has the right moral compass for decades to come.
October 25, 2020•
Is it possible that we’re preaching about homosexuality wrong? The Bible is very clear (1 Timothy 1:8-11; 1 Cor. 6:9-11; et. al.), but the way that we discuss it with those outside and inside the church matters too.
October 20, 2020•
To those who knew him, the name “Howard Curtis” evoked thoughts of a kind-hearted, strong-willed soldier of God. With that in mind, what do people think about when they hear your name? What is your reputation like in the world around you, and how does it reflect on God?
October 5, 2020•
Prayer is one of the most important disciplines we can master as a Christian, but sometimes the best prayers are not long and drawn out, but short “arrow” prayers that are ten seconds or less.
September 28, 2020•
I’ve always loved imagining what famous historical figures would look like if they lived in different time periods. With that in mind, what do you think Paul the Apostle would preach about if he were given a pulpit today? Turns out, probably the same thing he preached in Acts 24.