Welcome to our resources page. Here you can find various resources, including sermon notes, links, and other resources that can help you and your family grow in your walk with God.
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How Jesus Christ Atones for our Sins
How does Jesus’s life, death, and resurrection atone for our sins? How does the death of a fully divine and fully human person offer salvation for all of humankind? In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Joshua McNall presents four models for what’s called atonement, or being made at-one with God. Collectively, these models paint a picture of how we can understand the saving work of Jesus Christ.
What is the Gospel?
What is the gospel? Most people in the church will mention something about the death of Jesus, the forgiveness of sins, and spending eternity in heaven. In today’s Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Scot McKnight affirms that all of these are truths to be found in the Bible. However, he uses key texts to demonstrate that the gospel preached by the apostles focused primarily on the life, death, burial, and the resurrection of Jesus.
Making Disciples in Diverse Communities
Our nation is becoming increasingly diverse in its urban, suburban, and rural regions. However, the church struggles to make disciples and minister in a way that reflects this growing reality. In today’s Seven Minute Seminary, Efrem Smith challenges the church to rise up to the wonderful opportunity to create multi-ethnic churches that reflect the beautiful diversity of the coming kingdom of God.
What is Theology?
The word theology can be daunting and even cause some people to feel inadequate. But in its essence theology is thinking deeply about God. Sarah Coakley, an English theologian, shares her thoughts about what it means to think theologically.
What is Sin?
Talking about sin is not a popular topic. In fact, most people would rather not talk about it at all. Dr. Matt O’Reilly, Instructor of New Testament Greek at Asbury Theological Seminary discusses the doctrine of sin.
Amos Yong on Hospitality
Dr. Yong is an Asian-American Pentecostal theologian. He serves as the Director Of The Center For Missiological Research And Professor Of Theology And Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary. His thoughts on hospitality are thought provoking and powerful.
The Problem of Evil
Dr. Michael L. Peterson, Professor of Philosophy of Religion, discusses the reality of suffering and the problem of evil.
Amos Yong on Healing
Dr. Yong is an Asian-American Pentecostal theologian. He serves as the Director Of The Center For Missiological Research And Professor Of Theology And Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary. His thoughts on healing are thought provoking and may broaden your perspective on the topic.