Israel waited for a long time for God to be faithful to his promises. When some began claiming that God had been faithful in the death and resurrection of one person named Jesus, everything had to be reconsidered. God had not freed his people from foreign oppression, nor had he raised all the righteous from the dead to receive the blessings of their faithfulness. Instead, one solitary person had died and been raised from the dead. How could this be the fulfillment of all God promised in the Old Testament? This question is central to Paul’s letter to the Romans, his most elaborate and sophisticated explanation of the good news of Jesus Christ. From January 5 through April 27 we will be considering Romans. As we do so, we will come to appreciate what gripped Paul. The resurrection of the man Jesus changes everything.
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Discipleship in Real Life--Kings in Exile
This Sunday morning we will begin what we are calling Discipleship in Real Life. This will be the time where we as a church work out in community what it means to follow Jesus in the nitty gritty of our lives. Beginning at 9am, we will have 20-25 minutes of teaching followed by 30 minutes of small group discussion. For the next twelve weeks, we will be asking the question: “What does it mean to be saved?” The Bible describes salvation in many ways, and the goal of this class is to help us learn to balance all of these ideas in how we think about the gospel; because what we think about the gospel effects everything.us.
The teaching will be led by Zach Pummill.
Sunday school for children and youth will also meet from 9-10am.