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The mandatory offerings for atonement may sound like a burden at first, but when we read chapters four and five, the repeated refrain is that the priest will make atonement…
It’s one thing to be rescued “in the nick of time,” but it’s something else entirely when it’s too late. How do we find assurance when it’s already too late?…
Do you know people who don’t know Jesus, but you’re not sure how to talk to them about Him? Or you don’t know the right words to say? Or you’re…

The Book of Esther

January 13, 2019
Lesson 1 ~ Heeeeere’s Xerxes. Chapter one sets the stage for the story of Esther. We meet an important person in the story, Xerxes, King of Persia. He is impetuous,…

The Catch

January 13, 2019
Luther encouraged us to remember our baptism. Not as an event in our lives – but what it means for our lives. Today we recall the story of Jesus’ baptism…

The Book of Esther

January 6, 2019
We begin the New Year with a new Bible Study topic: The Book of Esther. It’s a fascinating story of how a young woman comes into the influential position of…

Finding the Child

January 6, 2019
The Magi looked for salvation and had to travel and search to find Jesus. How do we find Him today? To see the Evening SonRise Contemporary Service, click here.

His Father’s Business

December 30, 2018
Passover in Jesus’ day was a big deal. The trip to Jerusalem must have been an exciting one. The anticipation must have grown as the streams of people migrating to…
Christmas is finally here! Does that bring relief or more stress? What comfort does God give us today?
What is a mystery? Is it a paperback with a plot that keeps you turning the pages until you find out how it ends? Before you start reading a murder…

Days of Past Future

December 23, 2018
In the future is one from long past. The great comes from the small. The warrior is an infant. The weak is the strongest of all. Through these paradoxes, life…

The Prudent Manager

December 16, 2018
Today we’re looking at Jesus’ parable of the Prudent Manager. This parable is sometimes called the Dishonest Manager. So which is it? It is a story that follows immediately the…
The mandatory sin offerings are all about atonement and forgiveness. Now that we have considered the public sin offerings and the private sin offerings in chapter four, we come to…

Messiah Sings, “Fear Not!”

December 16, 2018
The brief book of Zephaniah ends with a hymn that brings good news to God’s people. The King of Israel tells His people not to be afraid. He takes great…

The Prodigal Son

December 9, 2018
Today we’re studying Jesus’ Parable of the Prodigal Son that is found in Luke 15. It is a well-known story of recklessness and forgiveness. Looking forward to seeing you there.
The LORD authorized the mandatory sin offerings for a person who sinned unintentionally. Whether it be the high priest or the whole community of Israel, whether it be a leader…

Refining Christmas

December 9, 2018
Today’s message is based on Malachi 3:1-7b. It is a prophesy of John the Baptist preparing the way for Christ. It’s a prophesy of Christ appearing suddenly in His temple.…
Jonah, Lesson #7: Aftermath So, what happened to the Assyrians and their city of Nineveh? What did God accomplish through Jonah? What does this story mean for you and me…
Leviticus chapter 4 is about the sin offerings. These are not voluntary offerings, but they are provided by the LORD as a way to make atonement for a person who…

Where Do We Find Security?

December 2, 2018
We live in a scary world. With disasters, crime, and war all around us, how can we know security? Today, we begin the new church year and the first in…

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