The Song of the Emperor's Son

In C.S. Lewis' well-loved series "The Chronicles of Narnia," Lewis gives us many timeless analogies to Christianity. One is found in his depiction of the creation of the world. In that story, Aslan--the character who represents Jesus--sings a song, and at the sound of his voice all the world is made. Not just the world, however, but the story of hi…read more

Happily Forever After, Part 2

Everyone loves a good fairy tale, especially the ones with happy endings. As believers, we are part of a real-life tale, with a great Rescue, a real Prince, and true Love. In Matthew's gospel, the lineage of Jesus includes Boaz and Ruth, a literal love story that depicts and prefigures the redemption that Jesus Christ made more than 1000 years later for all those who believe in Him. It's a story of amazing grace that brings a new joy to the Christmas season. It's a story that begins before time and ends--for every Christian--happily forever after.

Happily Forever After, Part 1

Everyone loves a good fairy tale, especially the ones with happy endings. As believers, we are part of a real-life tale, with a great Rescue, a real Prince, and true Love. In Matthew's gospel, the lineage of Jesus includes Boaz and Ruth, a literal love story that depicts and prefigures the redemption that Jesus Christ made more than 1000 years later for all those who believe in Him. It's a story of amazing grace that brings a new joy to the Christmas season. It's a story that begins before time and ends--for every Christian--happily forever after.

Marvelous Grace, Part 2

Most people are aware of the account of David and Bathsheba--it's an infamous story of adultery, conspiracy, and murder. But there's more to the story that many don't consider. In fact, within the genealogy of Jesus written in the fist chapter of Matthew's gospel, both David and Bathsheba are listed as ancestors of the King of Kings. By naming this couple here, the Bible reveals their repentance, God's forgiveness, and ultimately, the marvelous grace of Jesus available to us all.

Marvelous Grace, Part 1

Most people are aware of the account of David and Bathsheba--it's an infamous story of adultery, conspiracy, and murder. But there's more to the story that many don't consider. In fact, within the genealogy of Jesus written in the fist chapter of Matthew's gospel, both David and Bathsheba are listed as ancestors of the King of Kings. By naming this couple here, the Bible reveals their repentance, God's forgiveness, and ultimately, the marvelous grace of Jesus available to us all.

Gems From the Genealogy of Jesus, Part 2

Despite the “coexist” bumper stickers and other unity-of-world-religion assertions in our culture today, the fact is that Christianity is different—and it’s exclusive. In fact, it’s the only belief system that is fully rooted in historical and archaeological fact. The genealogy of Jesus found at the beginning of Matthew not only attests to His surprising ancestry, but also asserts unique gems of profound truth about the Person of Jesus Christ and promises of God.

Gems From the Genealogy of Jesus, Part 1

Despite the “coexist” bumper stickers and other unity-of-world-religion assertions in our culture today, the fact is that Christianity is different—and it’s exclusive. In fact, it’s the only belief system that is fully rooted in historical and archaeological fact. The genealogy of Jesus found at the beginning of Matthew not only attests to His surprising ancestry, but also asserts unique gems of profound truth about the Person of Jesus Christ and promises of God.

Surprising Ancestry, Part 2

Most of us glance over the genealogy of Jesus in the first chapter of Matthew—the list of names seems tedious and even irrelevant at first glance. But, as Pastor Davey describes in this insightful teaching, there are four key truths purposefully woven within His ancestry: Jesus is the undisputed King; God keeps His promises; God is sovereign and His timing is perfect; and Jesus came in humility from a lineage of sinners to save a world of sinners.

Surprising Ancestry, Part 1

Most of us glance over the genealogy of Jesus in the first chapter of Matthew—the list of names seems tedious and even irrelevant at first glance. But, as Pastor Davey describes in this insightful teaching, there are four key truths purposefully woven within His ancestry: Jesus is the undisputed King; God keeps His promises; God is sovereign and His timing is perfect; and Jesus came in humility from a lineage of sinners to save a world of sinners.

The Assassin

There have been many notorious sell-outs in history, but none of them are quite as infamous as Judas Iscariot. His name is synonymous with betrayal and his story is the epitome of treachery. But what led this seemingly committed disciple to forsake his Savior for a mere 30 shekels of silver? Where did he go wrong? As Stephen answers this profound question for us in his message, “Judas: the Assassin,” he will remind us that there is a grave difference between being near Christ and being in Christ.

The Giant From Gath

Sometimes the trials standing in our way are easy to get past. Other times they're nine feet tall. But either way, God is always bigger.

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