Bible Studies

Our Gospel Our Message: 1 Thessalonians 1-10 (Tuesday 8/3/21)

Video (Watch) Audio (Listen) The Thessalonian church is excited about God despite their affliction.  Paul was sent there and the gospel is spread and is now writing to encourage them.  We are not to isolate but to go out and spread the Word.  Be a Christian that observes, interprets and does the Word through the Holy Spirit.

Introduction to 1 Thessalonians – (Tuesday 7/27/21)

Video (Watch) Audio (Listen) 1 Thessalonians is believed to have been written by Paul the Apostle around 51 AD. Paul writes a letter to the church of Thessalonica in order to warn them of the vulnerability in compromising with unbelievers. He desired to ground them in Christian doctrine and urges them to stay steadfast in their faith and not return to immorality.

“Theology” – Jude 1:3 (Tuesday 7/13/21)

Watch (Video) Listen (Audio) Pastor Jim introduces the idea of the “Five Solas”. ‘Sola’ is Latin for ‘alone’. These are doctrines introduced by Martin Luther during the Reformation. The five solas are grace, faith, Christ, scripture and God’s glory: grace, meaning salvation is through the grace of God alone; faith, meaning we are justified by faith alone, not works; Christ, meaning we access salvation through the righteous acts of Christ alone; scripture, meaning the Bible alone is a believer’s ultimate…

“Death of the Innocents” – 1 Corinthians 13:12 (Tuesday 7/6/21)

Video (Watch) Audio (Listen) Many have questions about what happens to those who are not able to receive the Word of Christ before their untimely deaths, such as infants, young children, or the mentally disabled. God assures us in His Word that although there are many things we may not understand in this lifetime, that we will see clearly once His plan is complete. Sometimes we have to just trust in God’s truth, justice, love, and grace.