The Bible is a book that has endured centuries. Made up of 66 books that are grouped mainly by genre, such as narratives, laws, poetry, and letters, these are usually read in bits and pieces. Together, let's take twelve minutes every day to read the accounts of God's Word as they occurred chronologically. Each week's message will be in reference to one of the passages from our PAC Bible Reading Plan.
Christmas reminds us that Jesus is the Thrill of Hope that the weary world rejoices in. Let us rejoice in His birth by remembering who He is: the Savior, the Sanctifier, the Healer, and our Coming King.
The celebration of Pentecost commemorates the arrival of the Holy Spirit, the helper Jesus promised would come after his ascension. Trinity Sunday is celebrated to give the church a fuller understanding of the Triune God; God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. What did these events mean to the early believers in Jesus’ day? What purpose did they serve? Are they still relevant today?
A prophecy of personal, social, and theological ills existing not only in the larger world of the prophet of the same name but in his own country of Judah and neighboring Israel. As we look at the specific sins that are addressed, you will be shocked at the cruelty of them but you may also feel how relevant this is for today. Learn with us.
We celebrate the greatest one-time event that ever happened. But that one event has unlimited influence in every life ever born. Jesus lives today!There is no statement of hope more powerful than this. We can die to sin and live for God because He lives. We can be free from bondage because He lives. We can escape despair because He lives. We can be loved by Jesus today, right now, because He lives today, right now.