CURRENT SERIES: Immersed in Grace (A Study of Romans)
Considered by many to be the most powerful explanation of salvation by grace in all of Scripture, and considered by some to be one of the most influential documents ever written, Paul’s letter to the church in Rome provides a pathway to relationship with God, victory over sin, and fullness of life. Join us in 2023 for an immersive study experience as we learn to live into the good news of new life Christ has made available to each of us. Romans (ESV)
Follow along with us in our immersive study of Romans by visiting our Romans page, which includes a list of study resources, links and a way to join the conversation on social media!
January 8 - Say Hello to Grace (Romans 1:1-7)
January 15 - First, the Good News (Romans 1:8-17)
January 22 - Bad News for All Who Deny God (Romans 1:18-27)
January 29 - Bad News for All Who Reject God (Romans 1:28-32)
February 5 - Bad News for All Who Fail (Romans 2:1-16)
February 12 - Bad News for God's Chosen People (Romans 2:17-3:8)
February 19 - Bad News for Everyone (Romans 3:9-20)
February 26 - Good News: God Made a Way (Romans 3:21-26)
March 5 - Faith Unlocks the Door (Romans 3:27-31)
March 12 - Made Right by Faith: Case Studies (Romans 4:1-8)
March 19 - How Abraham Was Made Right (Romans 4:9-17)
March 26 - How We Are Made Right (Romans 4:18-25)
PREVIOUS SERIES: Perfect Love
We cannot get ourselves to God, and so God came to us. A perfect Child, in perfect love, He's worthy of our trust. Join us in December as we celebrate God's indescribable gift: Love Came Down!
December 4 - Freedom from Oppression: Christ (Matthew 1:1, 16-17)
December 11 - Freedom from Sin: Jesus (Matthew 1:18-21)
December 18 - Freedom Forever: Immanuel (Matthew 1:22-23)
December 25 - Recorded Message - Worship from Home
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