• 30 Lessons

    Apr 2023 | Revelation

    This month’s adventure in Revelation gives us a great opportunity to stretch our Bible study skill muscles.  The scenes, characters, and drama that unfold are rich with both details and mystery.  You might wonder why the Lord penned so much detail without an absolute clarity on the events that will mark His return… an approach that has sparked much debate in the church since it was recorded by the Apostle John during his exile on Patmos in the first century AD. One thing we can be clear on… His approach is entirely intentional, and it’s our opportunity to dig for the truth in the Word He gave to us.  Enjoy the journey.  It’s epic.
  • 28 Lessons

    Feb 2023 | Galatians – Colossians

    In February, we get to dig into a set of Paul’s letters to churches across Asia minor… in Galatia, Ephesus, Phillipi and Colossi.  In each of these letters, Paul exhibits a shepherd’s heart for the local church and God’s people.  Generally, he sets the foundation of each letter in a powerful prayer.  He then goes on to engage the spiritual foundations of their present circumstances and challenges… and finishes with practical ways to walk out healthy spiritual foundations.
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    How to Do Bible Study

    Whether you are a new believer or a seasoned saint, daily Bible reading is essential to a vibrant and intimate relationship with Jesus. In this…
  • 31 Lessons

    Jan 2023 | 1 & 2 Corinthians

    We kick off 2023 with Paul’s letters to the church in Corinth. In many ways, the young church was dealing with issues we might see today resulting from carnality in the body that resulted in issues in marriages, family relationships, false teachers that challenged Paul’s apostleship, and vanity, among other things. Paul exhorts the Corinthians and refocuses the Corinthians on foundational truth in very practical ways.
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    Mar 2023 | Hebrews & James

    This March, we’ll tackle Hebrews and James… both originally written to Jewish believers, with very different tones that provide a compelling “stereo effect” that engages the historical tapestry of faith (Hebrews) and very practical application of faith (James).