Teacher: Justin P. Sivley
What would it mean to have your past erased and have the burden of guilt from sin lifted off of your shoulders? That is exactly what God offers us through Jesus Christ, and the very thing that our Brother Dan Winkler helps us to understand in his book Forgiven, Forgiving, and Free: The Peace of Living Without a Past. Over the Fall quarter, we’ll be studying this book together. In this lesson we focus on two questions: What is forgiveness? and Why are we forgiven?
The book and the study material on which this study are based can be bought directly from Bro. Winker at danwinkler.org.
Note: The videos that are mentioned in the Bible Class are not included in this recording. In addition, there is a lot of class participation in these lessons, and the audio of the comments may not always be as clear.
6/24/18 Sunday Bible Class
Teacher: Jim Roquemore
We return to our study of the book of Ephesians, focusing today on Chapter 2, verses 11-22. We are reminded that God has unified people of different backgrounds in his church, and we have a responsibility to maintain that unity, knowing that Christ died to make us one.
6/17/18 Sunday Bible Class
Teacher: Matt Burleson
As we continue to study the church and authority, we take a particular look at the topic of expediency.
3/18/18 p.m. sermon
Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
With our interest in comparing what the Bible says to what men teach, to earnestly contend for the faith, we are going to begin looking at the doctrine of a particular group that started within the church of Christ many years ago. There have been many names used to describe them, and we will examine some of those as we consider some of the history of the movement in this lesson.
12/20/17 Wednesday Bible Study
Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
As we study and try to learn more about our Savior, we must recognize the example that he has given us in many different ways. One example he has given us is that of compassion, as we see in many of his miracles.
11/19/17 a.m. sermon
This week, as we continue to talk about salvation, we focus on the word Redemption, and look specifically at how the word is used in the Old Testament, and draw some conclusions about what Christ has done for us.
9/17/17 a.m. sermon
Church discipline is definitely not an easy subject to talk about and it’s not an easy thing to practice. But it is important what the church says about this subject, and how the church should respond to situations that warrant some action being taken.
8/20/17 a.m. sermon
A study of confession
The story of George Washington and the cherry tree has long been used to teach children the value of honesty when we’ve done something wrong. But sometimes adults forget that lesson. We try to hide our “cherry trees,” rather than confess that we’ve sinned. The Bible teaches clearly that we are to confess our sins, so that we may be forgiven.
8/20/17 Bible Class
The second part of a two-week lesson on our attitude as Christians.
8/16/17 Wednesday Bible Class
Now less than two years before His crucifixion, and with opposition to Him growing, Jesus appointed twelve men to carry on the work after he was gone. These twelve men became known as apostles, and were granted specific authority in preaching and teaching the kingdom of God.