Brad Hudson wraps up our series in Hebrews by weaving the entire text together and finding the central messages.
A discussion about the connection between turning our worship completely towards Jesus and stronger faith.
God's discipline is given with love. If we learn to understand discipline as an act of love (and not punishment) we will continue to grow.
Our Hebrews series has thus far laid a foundation for this message: faith and forgiveness.
God is more committed to you than you are to you.
God pushes us to move into maturity in our faith, to grow and learn so that we can handle increasingly difficult work for the kingdom.
Adam speaks about confessing faith even in times of stress and struggle. Learn about how to weather a desert experience and come to the other side with a stronger faith.
Part three of our series in Hebrews. Jesus came to earth to show us what humanity was supposed to be like. Yet, our character does not surprise God and He longs for us to grow and change.
A discussion about the "excluded middle" and the spiritual dynamics of angels (and fallen angels) and their roles. We are set above the angels and are more important to God. Learn to live every day for the Kingdom and with the Holy Spirit.
We begin our study through the book of Hebrews with verses 1-3.
We have learned about all the characteristics of a good friendship. Allen helps us understand the actions we can take moving forward.
Understand how grace and love play important roles in how we relate to each other and how God models both grace and love or us to see.
*Note: Due to technical difficulties, this recording is only part of the original sermon.
Becky Olmstead explains the importance of teaching children to truly accept God and make Him the center of their lives.