On Reformation Sunday, Elder Matt Brown asks the question, why do we still remember it 500 years later? The answer is that the principles and doctrines put forth by the reformers are still important and relevant – and often in dispute – even today. The text is from Romans 1:15-18.
Missionary to Uganda Joshua Rattin considers what it means to be a living sacrifice – how do we live by faith, and not by works, in light of what God has done for us? The text is from Romans 12:1-2.
In the face of death threats from a powerful earthly king, Jesus refuses to abandon his mission, showing instead his care for his people. The text is from Luke 13:31-35.
Jesus once again redirects His answer to a question of “How few will enter the kingdom” to a far more critical and personal calling “you strive to enter the Kingdom”. The text is from Luke 13:22-30.
“What is the kingdom of God like?” Jesus answers this question, revealing the kingdom to be both “here” and “not yet”, in Luke 13:18-21.