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Matthew 21:33-22:22 - Part A

Jesus taught with complete authority, denouncing the misconceptions of the religious leaders of His day. In this study in Matthew 21, we learn about a parable of Jesus that demonstrated God's desire to save the world from sin, not just the Jews.

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Parables of Jesus

A full one-third of Jesus' recorded teachings is in storytelling form. He loved to teach in parables—earthly stories with heavenly meanings. As we consider several of Jesus' parables in this series, we will be captivated by the master storyteller and gain a deeper understanding of important spiritual truths.

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John 10:1-24 - Part C

Jesus isn't just our shepherd; He's our Good Shepherd. So what makes him a good shepherd? He gave His life for His sheep, and He desires to lead us to an abundant life in Him. Join Skip as he wraps up our study in John 10.


John 10:1-24 - Part B

Sheep are not the smartest animals—they're prone to wander and need guidance and protection. Skip explains how you can tune out the world to hear your Shepherd's voice as he continues our study in John 10.


John 10:1-24 - Part A

Sheep recognize the voice of their shepherd and follow him because they trust him. Scripture refers to humans as sheep and calls Jesus our Good Shepherd. As we begin a study of John 10, we learn about how we can find security in Christ.


Matthew 13:18-52 - Part C

Scripture tells us that Jesus came "to seek and to save that which was lost" Luke 19:10. As Skip shares about the parable of the hidden treasure and pearl, he points out your worth in Christ.


From Riches to Rags, Part 2 - Part B

William Sangster, a London cleric, was dying from muscular disease. When he discovered his fate, he made four resolutions that he kept: "1) I will never complain; 2) I will keep the home bright; 3) I will count my blessings; 4) I will try to turn it to gain." Although Job wanted to keep his life and home bright, there were some around him that just wouldn’t let that happen. How should people treat sufferers? And how should sufferers live through their suffering times?


Matthew 13:18-52 - Part B

After Jesus ascended into heaven, His apostles and disciples went out to share the gospel. But not all the growth for the gospel was good growth—and Jesus warned us about that. Find out more as Skip continues his study of Matthew 13.


Matthew 13:18-52 - Part A

Jesus often used parables to explain spiritual truth to His followers. In Matthew 13, He shared several parables to give a picture of what His kingdom looks like.


Luke 12:22-13:9 - Part C

The Bible promises that Jesus will come back and establish His kingdom, so how do you get ready? Find out as Skip shares from Luke 12 and 13 about how you can be working and watching for Jesus' return.


Luke 12:22-13:9 - Part B

If Jesus were to return today, would you be ready? Skip continues our study in Luke 12 as he shares another parable of Jesus about how you can live in anticipation of Christ's return.


Luke 12:22-13:9 - Part A

As Jesus began His private ministry to His disciples, He explained what the attitude of His followers should be. As Skip dives into Luke 12, he considers what our attitudes should look like when it comes to worrying.


From Riches to Rags, Part 2 - Part A

William Sangster, a London cleric, was dying from muscular disease. When he discovered his fate, he made four resolutions that he kept: "1) I will never complain; 2) I will keep the home bright; 3) I will count my blessings; 4) I will try to turn it to gain." Although Job wanted to keep his life and home bright, there were some around him that just wouldn’t let that happen. How should people treat sufferers? And how should sufferers live through their suffering times?


Matthew 24:31-25:26 - Part C

Jesus said, "Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth…but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven" (Matthew 6:19-20). Are you investing in heavenly things? Join Skip as he wraps up our study in Matthew 25.


Matthew 24:31-25:26 - Part B

The world will end one day, and we need to be ready for that. In this study of Matthew 24 and 25, Skip challenges us to get ready for the future as he shares another one of Jesus' warning parables.


Matthew 24:31-25:26 - Part A

Jesus shared several warning parables about the end times in what we call the Olivet Discourse. As Skip begins a study in Matthew 24, he talks about how we can be ready for Christ's second coming.


Luke 14:15-15:32 - Part C

When you study Scripture, it's apparent that the Lord is all about rescuing the lost and redeeming them for His glory. Skip gives you more insight on that truth as he wraps up Luke 15 and shares about the parable of the prodigal son.


Luke 14:15-15:32 - Part B

Many people today just want to be accepted and welcomed—something the church hasn't always been great at doing. In this study of Luke 14 and 15, Skip considers how Jesus valued the people He came across.


From Riches to Rags, Part 1 - Part B

For the next two weeks we will examine Job’s pain. Clearly his is an extreme example, but eventually everyone will pass through such waters of affliction. So, why does evil seem to dominate our world? How can anyone believe in a good and loving God while bad and unloving things happen all around us? Not only is this a major “deal breaker” for many people believing in God; this is also a quandary for believers who want to “make sense” out of everything in life. Today we’ll see how Job suffered and how Jesus meets the deepest cry of the suffering heart.


Luke 14:15-15:32 - Part A

Jesus was a master storyteller, and He shared stories that shed light on important truths. As Skip begins a study in Luke 14, he examines five different parables of Jesus about things that had been lost.


Mark 4 - Part C

Jesus wanted to teach the people spiritual things, and He did it by showing them physical things they would understand. Skip wraps up our study of Mark 4 as he shares how one of Jesus' parables gives us insight about God's kingdom.


Mark 4 - Part B

The power of a good, well-told story drives the truth home so it can be applied in the life of the hearer. As Skip continues our study in Mark 4, he explains how one of Jesus' parables shows you how to handle truth.


Mark 4 - Part A

Jesus often taught through parables, sharing a story of something familiar in order to reveal truths that were previously unknown. As we begin a study in Mark 4, we learn about these stories with a message.


Breaking Up Camp and Moving On - Part B

This world is passing; its glory is fading. And anyone who places all their energy and hope in this life will be disappointed. As Skip concludes the message “Breaking Up Camp and Moving On,” he considers where we’re headed as believers and how to arrive safely.


From Riches to Rags, Part 1 - Part A

Job was the victim of terrorism, as bands of marauders stole his livestock. A powerful storm killed his children. Then he suffered from a disease. In the message “From Riches to Rags, Part 1,” Skip begins to examine Job’s pain.


Breaking Up Camp and Moving On - Part A

In Peter’s letters, we’ve seen how anyone whose life would otherwise be weak, wobbly, and failure-ridden can become rock solid through Christ. In the message “Breaking Up Camp and Moving On,” Skip reminds us that life in this world is dynamic, shifting, and transitory.


Look, Jesus Is Coming! - Part B

Jesus’ return will be the solution to every social, moral, political, and spiritual issue and problem. But what do other people (besides Christian believers) think about this notion? Find out as Skip shares the message “Look, Jesus Is Coming!”


Look, Jesus Is Coming! - Part A

Jesus’ second coming will be the greatest day in history; it has been the longing of believers for the last 2,000 years. In the message “Look, Jesus Is Coming!” Skip explains what we should look for as we wait for Jesus’ return.


Caution: Ruts Ahead! - Part B

The quality, comfort, and success of a journey depend largely on the conditions of the road, the company you keep, and the destination you’re heading for. In the message “Caution: Ruts Ahead!” Skip urges you to be careful how your journey in life ends.


Caution: Ruts Ahead! - Part A

False teachers and their devotees guarantee a perilous voyage and a bad finish. As Skip begins the message “Caution: Ruts Ahead!” he challenges you to live cautiously in your journey of faith and to watch out for ruts.


The Man behind the Curtain - Part B

Behind our visible world is a supernatural realm just as real, and we see the effects of its activities all around us. In the message “The Man behind the Curtain,” Skip peers behind the curtain to a conversation between God and Satan.


Watch Out for Fakes! - Part B

What makes a false teacher of false teaching? In the message “Watch Out for Fakes!” Skip shows us three recommendations given by Peter in dealing with such counterfeits.


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