2 Peter 1:3-5 Peter explains that, through our salvation, God provides all that we need to pursue holiness. Pastor Rod Bunton begins a passage that describes those Christian qualities that we should make every effort to pursue in order to have an effective and fruitful life.
2 Peter 1:3-4 Pastor Rod Bunton continues to explore this passage, showing how God provides all that we need to change our life: making the gospel attractive, allowing us to know the truth of the savior, to grow more like His divine nature, and to shield us from our own sinful desires.
Pastor Doug Link teaches about the role of the Holy Spirit with regard to the Scriptures.
2 Peter 1:3-4 Peter assures his readers that after our justification by God, we can experience the process of sanctification knowing that we are supplied with everything we need. Pastor Rod Bunton looks at that amazing promise and compares it to many ways where we try to provide our own solutions to become sanctified.
Pastor Ben Khazraee begins a new Sunday School series on The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit with this bird’s eye overview covering who He is and what He does.
2 Peter 1:1-2 Although not directly connected to his first, Peter’s second epistle addresses the same audience: those scattered and suffering from persecution. Pastor Rod Bunton begins this new series by examining Peter’s very appropriate and instructive greeting.
Ben Khazraee concludes this series on Leviticus by covering Chapter 27 and reviewing the overall takeaway from the book.
1 Peter 5:12-14 Peter closes his first epistle with greetings and an exhortation regarding the truthfulness of his message. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes this series with a review of the truths of the grace of God contained in 1 Peter and in other scriptures.
Pastor Doug Link covers Leviticus Chapter 26 where God clearly describes what will happen to those who obey His commandments and to those who do not.
1 Peter 5:8-11 The Lord our God has dominion over all things in this world and the universe; Satan does not. Pastor Rod Bunton uses this passage from the end of Peter’s first epistle to describe what Satan is, what he is not, and how we should use this knowledge.
1 Peter 5:5-7 Peter exhorts his readers to humble themselves to church leadership and to God because it has some important consequences. Pastor Rod Bunton covers the three imperatives given in this passage regarding submission and humility.
Leviticus 17-22 Pastor Doug Link reviews chapters 17 through 22, covering God’s instructions in holiness.