Episode 2 of 3: God commands us to take a day to rest and direct our hearts toward Him every week, but we tend not to take this command seriously. We should consider that not only were we designed to need that time to rest, but that doing so imitates God.
Episode 3 of 3: When Jesus prays in John 17, He prays for all His Disciples, meaning he is directly praying for us. One of the things He prays is that we, His Disciples, will all be one. What does this look like in our life today?
Episode 2 of 3: When we pray, are we just voicing our worries to God or are we believing that God will change either our circumstance or us? Do we trust God is good and will change our lives for the better? Do we trust that we have a right to come to Him?
Episode 1 of 3: The Lord's Prayer is a framework for how to pray more than it's a prayer to be recited. What does this particular prayer teach us about how we should view prayer in the first place?
Episode 4 of 5: The world is in desperate need for peace, and we feel the sense of disharmony. When tragedies happen, what's the church's response? We need to draw on the peace that was brought into the world with Jesus' birth and now lives in us.
Episode 3 of 5: Where should we draw lines on who we will love? If we follow Jesus and do what He does, we know there are no boundaries on who our neighbour is and we need to love them in the revolutionary way that Jesus loves everyone.
Episode 2 of 5: This week, Jerry looks at Luke 2 and the announcement from the angel that Jesus, our Saviour, our Messiah and our Lord, has been born. The angel promises this announcement brings great joy to all, but how does it bring great joy to us?
Episode 1 of 5: The arrival of Jesus ultimately gives us hope in three ways: it means that God is with us; it means the end of Sin and Death and it reminds us that resurrection is coming. This asks the question: Where are you in this story?
Episode 2 of 2: Jesus has broken the power of sin and death. In Him, we have salvation, which is through faith and cannot be bought. Therefore, Paul says, the only reasonable response to God's mercy and compassion is to give our entire life to Him.