The Gospel of John
The Gospel of John is the fourth and final account of the life of Jesus. This Gospel, however, stands out from the rest in its literary style and time span ultimately for the purpose that his readers may come to believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Join us we journey through this book and look at how the events and discussions written point us to this same truth.
Romans 8 is one of the most read, most theological dense and often regarded as one of the best books of the Bible. In this series we will dive into how Romans 8 speaks to us in our liminal space; the space between the resurrection and second coming. Romans 8 both acknowledges the struggle and pain of world around us yet looks beyond the veil and reminds of the hope and glory to come.
A book full of symbols, Old Testament references and steeped in Jewish tradition Revelation can be hard for a modern reader to understand. Moreover, with all the different interpretations out there it can be hard to know fact from fiction. This sermon series aims to give some clarity on how to read this book well.
Rule of Life
In the Church we often talk about how we need to be followers of Jesus. But what does that mean? How can we, in our context, follow Jesus? This sermon series aims to give guidance on how we can practically follow Jesus in our everyday life.