When the landmarks are constantly shifting, how can we avoid getting lost? In a world with so many voices competing for our attention, how can we learn to listen to the voice of God in Scripture? In a culture obsessed with an image of success, what does it mean to conform to the image of Christ?
In The 2nd Incarnation, Rubel Shelly and Randall J. Harris subject the identity, nature, and purpose of the church to a rigorously biblical examination. They challenge us to be resourceful in communicating with the world and diligent as we handle the gospel entrusted to us.
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STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY #3 (HEBREWS 3:1-19)
This skilled author-homiletician knew what his sisters and brothers were facing. And he was desperate to say what they needed to hear that would give them hope. So he pleaded for this: “Fix your thoughts on Jesus!” Not on your troubles, but on what you know about Jesus.[more]
STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY #2 (HEBREWS 1:5-2:18)
Our text for today has a great deal to say about angels and their place in the divine scheme of things. But what comes to your mind when the word is used? How do you visualize angels? What do you know about angels?[more]
STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY #1 (HEBREWS 1:1-4)
The original Christian teachers and preachers believed that theology mattered. That it was worth more than pop psychology. That it was a preferred alternative to the breeze of the day that was blowing through the philosopher’s academy or across the theologian’s writing table. Guess what. We believe the same thing still. The shepherds of this church, our Counseling Center, our teachers of both children and adults, and these two preachers believe that the best thing we can do to help people weather the storms of life is to help them sink deep roots into the literature, theology, and relationships that can be gotten hold of only through a worldview controlled by Holy Scripture. What you believe about Jesus makes all the difference in how you see yourself and your prospects.[more]
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DELIVER US FROM EVIL
One year ago this week, we began to grieve for the thousands who were murdered on our nation's soil by scheming enemies whose hearts are still given over to dreams of destruction and chaos. And we continue to pray . . .[more]
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