Jesus said “I am the…truth”. Greg Malczewski reads from John 14:6.
Jesus came into this world in order to give His life for us so that, through faith in Him, we might have forgiveness of our sin and the gift of eternal life-personal knowledge of Him and His love forever. In part 7 of Explore God, Pastor Dan Cox reads from John 1:1-13.(more…)
Because the deity of Jesus Christ and His resurrection from the dead are unique among all founders and preachers of religion, Christians are compelled to listen to Him and speak as He spoke as the only way to God. In part 2 of Explore God, Pastor Dan Cox reads from John 14:1-6 and Acts 17:16-31.(more…)
Salvation has been accomplished in Christ alone – the one mediator between God and man. In part 4 of The Five “Solas” of the Reformation, Pastor Dan Cox reads from John 14:1-6, Acts 4:1-12, and 1 Timothy 2:1-7.(more…)
In response to demographic changes and cultural challenges, the Scriptures call the American evangelical church to love, do good and practice biblical unity. In part 9 of Biblical Discipleship, Pastor Dan Cox reads from Matthew 5:43-48, 1 Peter 2:11-25, and John 17:20-23.(more…)
The death of Jesus has overcome our failure. Pastor Dan Cox reads from John 13, John 18, and Matthew 27.
No one is righteous, no one seeks after God, no one understands we’re all vile, that’s why we need a Savior. Matt Hoffman reads from John 3:16.
The Baby of Bethlehem is our eternal Creator and Redeemer who came that we might have life forever in His name. Pastor Dan Cox reads from John 1:1-18.
Because the resurrection is true, we have life in His name and are called to make disciples of all the nations. In part 8 of Biblical Worldview Matters, Pastor Dan Cox reads from John 2, Matthew 28, and 1 Corinthians 15.(more…)