Genealogy of Jesus Christ // Awaiting the Messiah

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Genealogies are fascinating. Boring, but fascinating. I remember back in Bible College listening to a professor unpack the profound insights found in the names...

An Actual Size Tabernacle Setup with Real Dimensions

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When I taught on the Tabernacle back in May 2013, I wanted the students to get a sense of the actual size of the...

J.I. Packer on Personal Communication from God

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"God uses language to tell us things, and the Bible is the language that he's used." source YouTube

Why Christians Practice Hospitality // Quote

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source "Almost Christian," Kenda Creasy Dean, p. 33

A Monologue from Joseph on the Birth of Jesus

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Share Joseph’s perspective on the birth of Jesus (from Matthew 1:18-23). Dress up in a Bible costume and pretend to be Joseph. Hi. My name is...

N.T. Wright on: What is the Main Problem in the Western...

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I'm a big fan of N.T. Wright. I have been heavily influenced by his teachings on Jesus and the kingdom of God as well...

List of the Kings of the Southern 2 Tribes of Judah

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Back in March we went through the rationale of the Fall of Judah and the exile of the southern 2 tribes of Judah. Here is...

Repent and Believe // Sermon

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This past Sunday I preached a message called: "Repent and Believe." It was a very personal message about what God has been doing in my...

Do You Really Believe the Resurrection Story?

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What was it like for the disciples when they saw Jesus after His resurrection? How do we describe the feeling, emotion, and huge importance and...

Holy People Make Us Uncomfortable // Quote

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source "Almost Christian," Kenda Creasy Dean, p. 38

Mark 12:1-12 // Parable of the Tenants

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About a year ago, I taught the parable Jesus shared called the Parable of the Talents found in Mark 12:1-12. During the small group...

Malcolm Gladwell’s Take on the Story of David and Goliath

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Malcolm Gladwell addresses the biblical story of David and Goliath found in 1 Samuel 17. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziGD7vQOwl8?rel=0&w=560&h=315] In large part, biblical interpretation is an imaginative enterprise....