Be like Christ. He is the perfect picture of the perfect life that glorifies the Father. What do we get backwards? How does our pride get in the way? Study this week as we learn what Jesus has to say about our position in His kingdom.
What does the grace of God have to do with the way we work and serve the Lord? Jesus teaches a timely parable to His disciples in the passage of Matthew 20. Study with us this week as we gain understanding of "the last will be first, and the first last."
Jesus always commands us to follow Him. What does that look like? Study with us this week as we finish Matthew chapter 19, where we see Jesus answer some pointed questions in regards to following Him.
Jesus does not avoid the difficult topics in life. Study with us this week as learn what Jesus says about divorce, as well as marriage.
What does Church Discipline look like? What is forgiveness? What does it mean to forgive another who has offended you? Join us as we study Matthew 18 and Jesus' words on forgiveness.
This week we skip a couple of chapters ahead in Matthew and study the Triumphal Entry in light of Passion Week. As you study the first part of Matthew 21, celebrate the coming of our Savior and the salvation He brings through the atonement of our sin.
What sacrifice do we make as followers of Christ to kill the sin in our lives? What does Jesus tell us to do? Listen to the words of Jesus and understand how He instructs us in dealing with sin, and how He preserves us in our relationship with Him.
What does it look like to have faith that is the size of a mustard seed but can move mountains? Study with us this week as we learn about the power of Jesus.
What actually happened when Jesus was "transfigured" up on the mountain? Who was with Him and what is the significance? Walk through Matthew 17:1-13 with us this week as we see the glory of the LORD.
What did Jesus mean when He said, "whoever loses their life will find it?" Study this week as we see how Jesus teaches His disciples what it means to deny yourself and follow Christ.