It seems that lines of identity in our society are becoming more and more obscured, and permissive inclusion is tainting the nature of what was divinely planned. Whether you are one who rejects the existence of God, rejects the ways of God, or embraces the Christian faith, the Bible has much to say about you. Focusing on the latter, Dr. Callis will lead us to a deeper understanding of who we are in Christ Jesus. Join us for these October Sunday mornings.
From the first word to the last, Christ is at the center of Scripture. Many Old Testament characters experienced encounters with God, but there are instances of close encounters with God through Jesus Christ even prior to His birth. This Sunday night teaching series will explore some of those appearances and their implications of the Incarnation.
When all is said and done, some people will be quite surprised at how serious Jesus was about His demands on the life of a disciple: to hunger and thirst for righteousness, to be merciful and peacemaking, to be pure and holy, to love others as Christ loves loves, to forgive as He forgives - to deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow Him. Paul’s letter to the Thessalonian church is a prescription for that kind of life that fits us for heaven. Pastor Callis will lead us through this in-depth expositional study of First Thessalonians., Wednesdays @ 7.