Is the Old Testament still relevant?
The “Old Testament” comprises nearly two-thirds of the Bible. Unfortunately, it is often ignored in preaching as less-than-relevant for the 21st Century Christian. The Apostle Paul, however, would disagree! He wrote to the Christians in Rome,
“For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope.”
This summer, our sermon series will focus on the Old Testament lessons appointed for each day. Rather than view these texts as “stuffy” or “out-of-touch”, let’s listen to the advice of the Apostle Paul and see in these Old Testament lessons the encouragement and hope they provide! You can anticipate hearing gems from a range of authors that includes Moses, Ezekiel, Job, Jeremiah, Solomon, Joshua, and others.
Dates & Themes
From Tender Sprig to Grand Tree
God WILL Show Compassion
A Report for the Rebellious
Can You Handle the Truth?
Find a Faithful Preacher
“We Will Do Everything”… Will We?
Whatchamacallit… Call it God’s Blessing
Strength to Accomplish the Impossible
1 Kings 19:3-8
“We Will Serve __________”?
Joshua 24:1,2a, 14-18
Find your place in God’s house this summer to find the strength God provides in messages based on the wisdom of the ages Written in the Past.