Guest teacher Gene Getz wants us to ask the questions: “To what extent do I appreciate that I have available to me, in my language, the entire Bible? And to what extent have I taken if for granted?” God wants us to know His will. And has given us His Word. For more information about […]
Dean Elliott teaches from John 16 & 17 in the third of the Christmas series. Jesus knew life was defined by succeeding and accomplishing the things that the Father had given him to do, not by the stuff you get to do. Jesus was all about being sent by the Father. We also have been […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Exodus 20:1-17 about the Ten Commandments and what God really, really wants from us. God clearly identifies in the 10 Commandments as to what He wants and what it isn’t.
Dean Elliott teaches through Judges 13-16, looking more specifically at the event at the end of Samson’s life where he brings the house down. There is a convergence of God’s will and Samson’s will. Dean explains two steps, a great obstacle, and the only solution that we must come to if we also want to bring the […]
David denHartog continues the Sermon on the Mount, with Matthew 7:13-20. Every day we are faced with choices. In reality, there are two major choices that we have in life. Jesus describes these choices and then he gives us a warning about those that might lead us into the wrong choice. This is the Epilogue […]
David denHartog teaches about the Jewish Feasts, found in Leviticus 23. The feasts point to what has happened in Israel’s past and what will happen in their future. We don’t know how close the end is, but we do know that God is setting the stage for when Jesus is to return. The Blood Moons […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Psalm 27 about allowing our weaknesses to be reminders to connect with God and allowing Him to complete you. We should see our weaknesses as gifts instead of trying to compensate for them or get rid of them. Weakness is not wickedness, but what you do with your weaknesses could turn […]
Dean Elliott teaches in the last on his series on homosexuality by addressing what God’s purpose is for sex. If we are to carry on a conversation with those in the world, then we need to understand where our culture is coming from and what they believe about sex. We also need to know and […]
Don Hunt teaches from Jonah 1:1-16. Jonah priorities were not in the right order, and so he choose to not follow God’s commands.