Understanding Jesus the Savior

October 2017 - December 2017

Do you like a challenge? Or, better, do you like to be challenged? I suppose, with regard to the latter, that it usually depends on what’s being challenged and who’s doing it.

This fall we are continuing our look at the life of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of Luke. Specifically, we will be examining chapters 16-19, as Jesus moves head-long toward Jerusalem and the climax of his ministry.

In this penultimate section of the book, Jesus (never one to pull a punch) is ratcheting up his challenges to all who would seek to be his followers and live in light of his kingdom. Fair warning, it’s not an easy section and it requires a soft, but courageous, heart to wrestle with what Jesus is saying. But to all who are willing and able to let Jesus’ words have their intended effect, they will find, as always, that his words are both filled with grace and, ultimately, the source of real and lasting life. Please join us as we continue to seek to understand Jesus, the savior, and what it means to follow him in kingdom life.


Understanding Jesus, The Savior: Kingdom Values

Oct 15th, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: Kingdom Economics

Oct 08th, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: Final Review

May 28th, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: A Different Sort of Feast

May 21st, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: The Narrow Door

May 14th, 2017
Rev. Justin Beach

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: A Kingdom Like a Mustard Seed

May 07th, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: The Fruit of the Fig Tree

Apr 30th, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: Winsome Division

Apr 23rd, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: Be Ready

Apr 02nd, 2017
Rev. Ron May

Understanding Jesus, The Savior: The Disciples and Possessions

Mar 26th, 2017
Rev. Ron May