Sharing in God's Good News

Ben Foust
Romans 15:13-16:27

In the closing verses of Paul's letter, we can catch a glimpse of what was going on in the early Church at the time.

Accept One Another

Ben Foust
Romans 15:1-13

Paul urges the Jews and Gentiles to accept one another due to their mutual reconciliation to Christ. In our modern day, this same passage should urge Christians to seek unity with one another.

Christians and Government

Ben Foust
Romans 13:1-7

In the midst of a tumultuous political environment, Paul commands the Roman Christians to obey their government.

The Body of Christ

Ben Foust
Romans 12:3-8

Paul compares the believers to a body, making clear that each individual is uniquely important to the body of Christ.

Order in Community, Part 1

Ryan Lowery
1 Corinthians 11:1-12

In this commonly controversial passage, Ryan Lowery takes a look at the historical context and its current implication on our lives as modern Christians.

Love for the Lost

Doug O'Malley
1 Corinthians 11:1-12

One of the keys to successful, sustained witnessing is having a heart for the lost. This session looks at how to get God's heart for lost people.

Christian Culture or Christian Identity

Pat Reeder
1 Corinthians 11:1-12

We'll compare Christian culture with the biblical concept of identity. The former promotes power, tribalism, and hypocrisy, while the latter produces sacrifice, unity and truth.

What Does the Bible Say about Race?

Fillipe do Vale
1 Corinthians 11:1-12

Contemporary approaches to race, the history of the discussion, how Christians have look to Scripture in both helpful and unhelpful ways, and the current state of the discussion.

What is a Christian

Ryan Lowery
1 Corinthians 15:1-19

Paul lays out what concepts in the scriptures are essential doctrine, such as being saved by faith alone, or believing in the resurrection of Christ. We do not need to believe in non-essential doctrine in order to be a Christian, but Lowery posits that there is still benefit in wrestling with God through these non-essential concepts.