The Book of Revelation, the last book of the Bible, has fascinated and puzzled Christians for centuries. With its vivid imagery of disaster and suffering many have seen it as a map to the end of the world. In this series we explore the real reason this book was included in the New Testament
Life Verse 2018
Life Verse 2017
When Jesus used the phrase "I AM," He made specific revelations regarding His identity and nature. These revelations made it clear to all that He was claiming to be much more than a rabbi or prophet; Jesus claimed to be the Messiah—God in human form. This series explores the seven references in John's Gospel, that Jesus makes of Himself using "I am."
One way that each of us can grow in our prayer life is to model our prayers after a mature believer. Besides observing the prayers of Christ, there may be no better person to turn to as a prayer model than the Apostle Paul. Paul recorded many Spirit-inspired prayers throughout the thirteen New Testament books he authored. This series explores how praying and learning from his prayers can help us deepen and strengthen our prayer lives by gazing deep into the soul of the passionate apostle who said, “I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord”
Some have suggested the book of The Acts of the Apostles should really be called “The Acts of the Holy Spirit” for it is all about the church being founded, being led and directed by the Holy Spirit. This series will explore how the Spirit continues Jesus' mission through empowering, sending and using his church to establish his Kingdom throughout the world, starting in Jerusalem.
Please note that due to technical problems experienced with the recording equipment, Part 3 of this series is unavailable.
Overspending, unsecured lending, corrupton and money troubles seem to be the order of the day. Living beyond our means has become a growing phenomenon in our naton – ofen to the detriment of family life and even to the point of compromising the law. This series aims to equip us with a biblical approach to how we earn, save and spend our money – and how we give it away