Dangers We Must Dodge

Our Lord wants his church to always be moving forward, closer to what he would have us all to be. Satan has placed dangerous barriers in our path to keep that from happening. This lesson examines four traits churches must avoid if they are to grow closer to God.  Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel…

Why Christians Must Avoid False Teachers

This lesson examines 2 John 4-11, in which God through John exhorts walking in love and truth and condemns going beyond the teachings of Christ and supporting those who do so. Jon goes throughout the New Testament to see why false teaching is dangerous and must be avoided.  Watch the lesson below and subscribe to…

Women of the Bible: Esther

The Old Testament portion of our series on Women of the Bible concludes with a study of the life of Esther and what we can learn from her.  You can watch the class below.  Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel and ring the bell to be notified of new videos of sermons and classes.

September 2019 Bible Questions & Answers

Why is there sand on top of Sand Mountain in Alabama, elevation 3,500 feet? Should a Christian follow any false doctrines on social media? If the church is made up of Christians, is it wrong to say, “We’re going to church”? Hebrews says that Jesus was from the order of Melchizedek.  What does that mean?…

Do Consequences Determine Truth?

See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ. (Colossians 2:8) There’s a reason the Holy Spirit inspired Paul to give us this warning (cf. 2 Peter 1:19-21).  It’s the same reason Jesus…

June 2018 Bible Questions and Answers

Topics:  how dinosaurs died, fasting, adultery in one’s heart and eyes, acts of worship, giving, singing, the mission of the church, why there are so many churches How did the dinosaurs die? “Dinosaurs” (deinos sauros, “fearfully great lizard”) were not known by that name until 1841. Over the two decades prior to 1841 hundreds of…