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John 4:20-24 Part of the teaching from Jesus to the Samaritan woman was about worshipping the true God. Pastor Rod Bunton explores a number of related passages in this introduction to becoming a true worshipper.
Deuteronomy 4:41-5:33 Pastor Ben Khazraee starts teaching from Moses’ second sermon in Deuteronomy.
John 4:1-42 In this well-known story, we learn about a Samaritan woman who arrives at a water well and meets Jesus. Pastor Rod Bunton explores the revelations and impacts in this passage where a city in Samaria learns about the Savior of the world.
Deuteronomy 4:1-40 Pastor Doug Link teaches from the first part of Deuteronomy Chapter 4.
John 3:31-36 Following John the Baptist’s declaration that “He must increase, but I must decrease,” today’s passage explains why. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches how Jesus is uniquely qualified beyond every earthly being and the key to eternal life for those who believe.
Deuteronomy 2, 3 Pastor Doug Link covers Chapters 2 and 3 of Deuteronomy.
1 Thessalonians 3 As recounted in Acts 17, Paul was forced to abandon his ministry in Thessalonica and flee to Athens. Pastor Doug Link explores this passage in Paul’s letter to that group of believers wherein he expresses his concern for the ministry and the joy he finds in learning that they have remained faithful.
Deuteronomy 1 Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches from Deuteronomy 1.
John 3:22-30 John the Baptist drew much attention in his work to draw people to the savior through water baptism, but Jesus’ ministry was starting to draw people, too. Pastor Rod Bunton shows how John’s humble attitude in recognizing that his time was coming to an end contrasted with his disciples.
Pastor Ben Khazraee introduces the Sunday School series covering the last book of the Pentateuch.
John 3:16-21 God’s love for the entire world was manifested by giving over his Son to be a substitute, taking on the judgment that we deserve because of our sin. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes this passage by examining the divine act and the human response.
John 3:16 John 3:16 has to be the most well-known and oft-quoted verse in the Bible. Pastor Rod Bunton digs deep into the first part of the verse to explain God’s motive and answers important questions: why does He love us and does he really love the whole world?