[John 3:1-15] In John 3:1-15, Jesus has a life-changing conversation with a religious leader named Nicodemus.
[John 4:1-42] In John 4:1-42, a woman from Samaria has a life-changing encounter with Jesus the Messiah.
[John 1:43-51] Jesus demonstrated his divinity and ability to read hearts to call people to follow him. Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[Matthew 9:9-13] In Matthew 9:9-13, Jesus demonstrated his mission to call lost people to follow him, despite the criticism it attracted.
[Luke 5:1-11] In Luke 5:1-11 Jesus calls his first disciples to follow him, and they’re changed forever. Partial recording
[Psalm 45] Psalm 45 celebrates a royal wedding between the king and his bride.
[Psalm 44] In Psalm 44 the people of God cry out to their Redeemer in a time of great disaster.
[Psalm 42-43] How can we pursue God when discouragement gets deep?
[Psalm 41] In Psalm 41 David recounts how God graciously delivered him in a time of intense suffering.
[Psalm 40] How should believers in Jesus go about waiting patiently through trials? Speaker: Matt Kinnick
[Psalm 39] In Psalm 39 David wrestles with God in various ways on his journey of faith.
[Psalm 38] In Psalm 38, David cries out to the Lord in the midst of intense suffering.
[Psalm 37] How can we walk with God in the midst of an anxiety-inducing world?
[Psalm 36] Human Sinfulness & God’s Steadfastness Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[Galatians 2:11-14] A lifestyle of inviting people to Jesus must include embracing God’s heart for all people.
[Various Scriptures] How can we naturally share God’s story with people in our lives?
[Various Scriptures] Opportunities for spiritual conversations are more prevalent than we may think.
[1 Thessalonians 4:9-12] How can followers of Jesus live out an inviting lifestyle?
[Various Scripture] In what ways does depending on the Holy Spirit help believers invite people to Jesus? Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[Colossians 4:2-6] Prayer is the key preparation for inviting people to Jesus. Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[2 Corinthians 5:16-21] What happens when we’re compelled by the love of Christ?
[James 5:12-20] What kind of people does God want us to become?
[James 5:7-11] How can we develop greater patience in the midst of life’s hardships?
[James 5:1-6] God’s judgment will come upon everyone who misuses money and power.
Easter 2019: How should we live each day in light of our union with Jesus?
[James 4:13-17] How should we approach the future?
[James 4:1-12] God urges us to passionately pursue spiritual maturity.
[James 3:13-18] God calls us to live in a way that reflects true wisdom rather than false wisdom.
[James 3:1-12] How are you letting Christ guide your way of life and speech? Guest Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
[James 2:14-26] Genuine faith leads to a transformed life.
[James 2:1-13] A genuine faith in Jesus refuses to show favoritism.
[James 1:19-27] What does true religion look like for followers of Jesus Christ?
[James 1:12-18] How can we remain steadfast in times of suffering?
[James 1:2-11] How should we respond when storms hit our lives?
[John 4:1-16] Inviting all to Jesus as a lifestyle Speaker: Dan Moose
[Luke 12:35-48] How can we grow as stewards of Jesus Christ who are waiting for the return of our Master?
[Luke 12:22-34] In order to live as fearless stewards, we must fight our tendency to worry about material things.
[Luke 12:13-21] In Luke 12:13-21 Jesus uses a family dispute as an opportunity to warn his disciples about the dangers of greed and materialism.
[Luke 9:23-27] What does Jesus want us to know about the journey of discipleship?
[1 Cor 9:19-23] Speaker: Dan Moose
How do we as a family go about building something new in NE and beyond? Speaker: Darrius Hubbard
What’s the big story that the Christmas story fits into?
[Genesis 11:1-9] In Genesis 11:1-9 God thwarts humanity’s attempt to build a massive tower.
[Genesis 9:18-10:32] Genesis 9:18-10:32 describes how the descendants of Noah grew into many nations upon the earth.
[Genesis 8:20-9:17] In Genesis 8:20-9:17 God promises to never again destroy the earth through a flood.
[Genesis 6-8] In Genesis 6-8 God sends a flood as judgment upon humanity’s wickedness, yet delivers Noah and his family.
[Genesis 5] Genesis 5 describes the painful reality of death, mixed with the hope of God’s deliverance.
[Genesis 4] Genesis 4 describes the tragic story of murder within the first human family.
[Genesis 3:7-24] Genesis 3:7-24 describes the fallout from humanity’s sinful rebellion against God.