Episode 1 of 5: One of the most exciting parts of Christmas is the anticipation leading up to it. Imagine the anticipation Mary, a virgin, felt when an angel told her she was going to have a baby, and that baby would be God's Son, who reigns over all.
Episode 2 of 2: We have so much to be thankful for, and not just for what God has done, but for who He is. Our response to God will always be shaped by how we see HIM and ME. Are we seeing God as He is? Are we responding to who He is and what He's done?
Episode 1 of 2: Early in our Christian walk, God is usually pretty loud and we hear Him quite easily. But there comes a time when it seems more difficult to hear Him. Do we want to hear Him? Are we afraid He doesn't have anything to say?
Episode 6 of 6: After new disciples are made, Jesus told His disciples to "teach them." After accepting the call to follow Jesus, how people grow as His disciples? What role do long time followers have in helping them grow? How did Jesus do it?
Episode 5 of 6: Jesus called His disciples to "go and make" other disciples. Their obedience to that changed the world and history. Are we, His disciples, to do the same today? If so, what does that look like? What's at stake if we don't obey His call?
Dr. H.C. Wilson joined us to perform Jon's installation and also spoke on Mark 6:45, Jesus walking on water, and the events leading up to that point. What can we learn from Jesus' behaviour in good and bad situations? What does that tell us about God?
Episode 4 of 6: Do some followers have an insider track on knowing God? Are some Christians more loved, qualified and called by God? How does being a follower of God affect our identity in Him? Have we considered that we are His priests?
Episode 3 of 6: Throughout the New Testament, Jesus is referred to as "Teacher". Anyone who follows Him is His disciple, and one of the characteristics of a disciple is to be a student, always learning from Jesus. How does learning from Jesus look today?
Episode 2 of 6: As Christians, we are called to become more like Jesus, but what does that look like? And more importantly, how is that accomplished? Do we just try harder, or does it take the work of God in our lives?