Aug 02, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Through free will and life, God gives us the opportunity to build a ‘kingdom”. In doing so, it is the hope that we will build a kingdom that is good and healthy. Where can we look in the Bible for lessons how to NOT build a kingdom and how TO build one? In this lesson, we turn to the historical books of 1-2 Kings for our answers.
Jul 26, 2020 — Elisha Freeman Romans 8 is one of the greatest chapters in the Bible. It speaks of hope in the face of suffering and groaning. However, what happens when hope comes under attack? To where do we turn to strengthen the hope we have in Jesus? We seek to answer this in the lesson this morning.
Jun 28, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – The issue and topic of race has been placed at the front of the line of a long list of items to discuss for our culture and society. What can the Church bring to the conversation? Where does the Church start with a topic like this? We seek to answer these questions and more with this lesson this morning.
Apr 26, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – Soon after the Civil War ended, Abraham Lincoln was once asked how he would treat the “rebellious” southerners. Lincoln responded, “I will treat them as if they never left.” Our lesson today focuses on the treatment of Jesus to sinners. How and why does He treat them the way He does? The story of Luke 15:11-32 is the answer to our question.
Apr 19, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Today our concept of following falls in the realm of social media. Unique to this is that we are able to follow at a distance. For one to be with Jesus, they must follow Him. However we cannot follow Jesus from a distance, nor can we follow Jesus without cost. Our lesson will cover a passage that is easily one of Jesus’ hardest teachings.
Apr 05, 2020 – Elisha Freeman – We have all been asked to introduce ourselves. We provide background information of who we are, where we grew up, what school we attended, and what we do for a living. The four Gospel accounts of the NT are written and designed to answer the question “Who is Jesus?” In Luke 4:16-22 we will allow Jesus to answer this question.