Did a real person named Jesus of Nazareth live, die on a cross, and rise from the dead? We take a look at historical evidence to make a C.A.S.E. for the resurrection of Jesus. We look at historical evidence of the Crucifixion, Appearance, Skeptics Converted, and Empty Tomb. Based on the historical records, what is the best conclusion we can make? Based on the evidence, the most likely scenario is that Jesus actually rose from the dead.
Today we begin chapter 20. We are discussing the parable of the workers in the vineyard and Jesus once again predicting his death. As Jesus is trying to get in his last few opportunities to teach his disciples it is a great study leading up to Easter Sunday.
Today we are finishing up chapter 19. Jesus is blessing the children and answering the question of a rich young man. Join as we break down the emphasis Jesus is placing on individuals and how we can gain a general spiritual insight from a very specific calling to someone.
Today we begin chapter 19 and talk about divorce. This is a very common thing in our culture. Surprisingly it was very common in Jesus day too. Join in to check out the different teachings of the day and how Jesus brought truth in the midst of chaos.
Welcome back as we finish up chapter 18 and talk about the parable of the unforgiving debtor. If you have a hard time forgiving others, you need to study this passage. Forgiving is a necessary part of being a follower of Jesus Christ!
Welcome back as we continue in Matthew 18. Today we will talk about the lost sheep and how we should go about confronting someone who has sinned against us. Who said following Jesus was easy?
Today we will talk about the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven. Humble children seem to be the greatest while the seriousness of sin is addressed. Is what Jesus tells his disciples to do literal or figurative?
Welcome back as we are finishing up chapter 17 today. We will once again see Jesus warning his disciples of his death along with an encounter of needing to pay the temple tax. Jesus offers us some great wisdom in this passage as we live in a world where there are a lot of things required of us that we may not necessarily want to do.
Welcome back as we look at the Jesus rebuking the disciples for their lack of faith. Its amazing at how little faith we all may have if we were honest enough to really sit down and think about it!
Join us as we look at the transfiguration of Christ on the mountain. Don't let this passage fool you to think it is just a boring event. There are some deep theological affirmations taking place as only 3 disciples get to witness it!