OT19 | NT Connection (June 8)

NT Connect: Hebrews 5:1-10 Weekly Reading: Leviticus 8-10, 21-22 Christ Our Passover Lamb Our readings in the Old Testament this week have been spread throughout the book of Leviticus in order to concentrate on the priesthood. Priests were the mediators – the go-betweens – for God and his people. They were set apart as representatives … Continued


OT19 | NT Connection (Jan 19)

NT Connect: Hebrews 11:7; 2 Peter 2:4-10  Weekly Reading: Genesis 6-10 Noah’s Faith and God’s Faithfulness The Flood is an account of God’s judgment. Genesis 6:5 records how “The Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.” … Continued



OT19 | NT Connection (Jan 12)

NT Connection – John 1:1-5; Romans 5:12-21 Weekly Reading: Genesis 1-5 Jesus in Genesis When the New Testament writers look back at the start of Genesis, they tell us two important truths about Jesus: he is God the Creator, and he is the new Adam. In other words, the beginning of Genesis points to Jesus … Continued


OT19 | NT Connection (Jan 5)

Weekly Reading: T – Matt. 5:17-20 | W – 2 Tim. 3:10-17; 2 Pt. 1:21 | Th – 1 Cor. 10:1-13 | F – Lk 24:12-35 | OT Connection – Isaiah 55:10-11 The Value of the OT It might seem strange to begin an Old Testament reading plan with five days of reading in the New … Continued


NT18 Scriptures: John Morrison

This week John Morrison (Director of Theological Training) shares with us a reading from NT18 in Matthew 18.  Produced by Kim Nichols



Vision & Values: Authentic Community

Dr. John Morrison (Director of Theological Training) discusses this week’s topic in our sermon series, Vision & Values: Authentic Community. Produced by Kim Nichols


Walk Thru The Bible: Jesus Comes

John Morrison (Director of Theological Training) talks about this week’s theme in Walk Thru The Bible: Jesus Comes. Produced by Kim Nichols


Help My Unbelief: Psalm 13

Dr. John Morrison shares a brief word about Psalm 13, prayer and what we do when we feel like God isn’t present. Produced by Kim Nichols


FAQ: Why do some people not see the gospel as good news?

I’m terrible at receiving criticism. In school, I hated reading teachers’ comments on my papers, quickly shoving returned work to the back of a binder before I could bring myself to look at it later. I suspect few of my coaches would have described me as “coachable,” and to this day, I have to fight … Continued


Power of Resurrection: Peace Like a River

When peace like a river, attendeth my way, When sorrows like sea billows roll; Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to say It is well, it is well, with my soul. The author of this hymn, Horatio Spafford, had become all too familiar with tragedy by the time he composed these words in 1873. Two … Continued


The Power of the Resurrection for Godly Living

When it comes to godly living, who you are determines how you’ll act. Jesus teaches us, “Every good tree bears good fruit” (Matt. 7:17), and the power of the resurrection is that all those who have trusted in Christ alone for their salvation have been raised with Christ. We have been made alive in Christ. … Continued


Kingdom Lifestyle: Forgiving Others

In our familiarity with the Lord’s Prayer, we can easily pass over the fact that in praying for forgiveness, we ask that we would be forgiven “as we also have forgiven our debtors.” After the prayer, it is this phrase and this phrase only that Jesus takes the time to elaborate on. In Matthew 6:14-15, … Continued