Want to learn more about the Bible? about God? about Jesus? Dig into these resources for the basics.
What Happened During Holy Week?
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
The Innocent for the Guilty
Jesus was sentenced to death by crucifixion despite his innocence. But we are not innocent. Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
Jesus on Trial
Are you ever worried about what your relationship with Jesus might cost you? Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
Betrayed and Abandoned in the Garden
Jesus was abandoned by his friends after his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane. Have you ever abandoned him? Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week. Pastor Jon also mentions another Grace Talks series about the importance of the Lord’s Supper. You can watch that series here: http://bit.ly/3vC541x
Palm Sunday and a Donkey
The week that Jesus was crucified, he rode into Jerusalem on a donkey—a small but significant detail. Pastor Jon looks at the significance and lessons of Holy Week.
To forgive or not to forgive: A case study
Two men. One an Old Testament prophet, chosen by God to preach repentance and mercy to a tough crowd. One a New Testament believer,…
What’s judgment day going to be like?
It pleases God to keep the veil drawn on what the end of time and life in heaven will be like. Mostly. Even though…
Where’s the Evidence the Bible Is True?
What evidence can we offer someone who believes the Bible is fictional? This week, Pastor Mike answers tough questions from viewers like you.
Spiderwebs are flimsy and weak
I don’t always get the picture language of the Bible. I’m not a farmer or a sailor or a soldier of ancient times. Often…
Should you name your kid after a killer?
I normally wouldn’t recommend naming your kid after the woman who murdered a man while he was sleeping. But when I met one of…
Out of Context: “Plans to Prosper You”
Jeremiah 29:11 is a popular Bible verse that can be found on coffee mugs, Pinterest art, and memes: “For I know the plans I have for you.” God does have great plans for his people, but the way that verse has been used today is not the way God intended it.
Out of Context: “More Than You Can Handle”
Christians love to say, “God won’t give you more than you can handle” when they encourage friends and family who are overwhelmed. Except there’s a major problem with this: that’s actually not a verse in the Bible. There’s a verse similar to it in the New Testament. When the apostle Paul wrote his words, he wrote them as both a warning and a comfort.