Current Sermon Series: Strange, But True!

Christian teaching is full of plenty of paradoxes that, on first heart, sound strange, but are actually true! In this series, we take a look at some of these paradoxes and how they can shape our faith.

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Leviticus

Leviticus is one of those biblical books that many people prefer to skip in their devotional readings. But this book picks up on some important themes. In this series, we explore the themes of Leviticus, discuss how they are still important to our lives today, and discover how they ultimately point to what Christ has done for us.

Blessing (Week 9) Series Blessing (Week 9)

Our Scripture reading for today is from Leviticus 24. Leviticus 24 outlines…

Fairness (Week 8) Series Fairness (Week 8)

Our Scripture reading for today is from Leviticus 24. Leviticus 24 outlines…

Celebrations (Week 7) Series Celebrations (Week 7)

Leviticus 23 outlines a bunch of parties that Israelites are supposed to…

Different (Week 6) Series Different (Week 6)

In Leviticus 18, we learn that God did not want Israel to live or look…

Atonement (Week 5) Series Atonement (Week 5)

The story in Leviticus 16 focuses on the holiest day in ancient Israel:…

Cleanliness (Week 4) Series Cleanliness (Week 4)

Leviticus 11 focuses on dietary restrictions in ancient Israel, many of…

Favoritism (Week 3) Series Favoritism (Week 3)

In Leviticus 10, it looks like God brings a big punishment on two people…

Priests (Week 2) Series Priests (Week 2)

Priests served as intermediaries between God and people so that people…

Offerings (Week 1) Series Offerings (Week 1)

The book of Leviticus opens by outlining a series of offerings the Israelites…