This series explores how 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus address false teaching and the cultivation of good doctrine within the church. These epistles provide a framework for evaluating theological disputes—their significance, when to avoid them, and how to discern the right way to respond. In a world infatuated with controversy, this series explores how to appropriately engage in disagreement without getting lost in meaningless disputes or sacrificing essentials over peripheral issues.
This four-week series examines the command to “Love your neighbor as yourself” and its uses throughout the Bible. Loving others isn’t easy. It requires selflessness and intentionality. Starting in the Old Testament, and moving through the Gospels and Paul’s letters, this series looks at how God expects us to fulfill this command today.
A healthy church community is something that God cares about deeply. In fact, much of the New Testament addresses life in and among the community of Believers. Using the same agricultural imagery that Jesus often used, the Rooted series will help Believers identify both unhealthy and healthy practices in their life and activate the process of discipleship that leads to a fruitful life in Christ. Get ready to plant, grow, prune, and harvest a crop for the Kingdom of God!