Searching Blog: #Jesus Christ
Oct 17, 2023 · Scott Hoezee
For almost 2,000 years the Bible’s final book has been a cause for consternation, fear, and controversy. The reason for this is Revelation is chock-full of symbolism, some of which seems frightening and open to multiple layers of interpretation. However, a look at the context and purpose of Revelation reveals that all the apocalyptic symbolism points to a simple, consistent, and comforting message: Jesus Christ has won the battle against evil and God’s kingdom will endure forever.
Oct 4, 2023 · Christopher Hunt
Church tradition holds that the Apostle John wrote the book of Revelation. While some scholars have questioned John’s authorship, key theological themes and attributions from early church leaders, like Irenaeus of Lyons, affirm that John wrote Revelation. Yet, John points to another, a divine author, Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit.
Apr 22, 2022 · Courtney Jacob
Many of us desire to intentionally cultivate our faith, but we don’t always know how to do it. A wonderful place to see what this cultivation looks like is in the lives of the first Christians, as recorded in the Bible. In our series, “Cultivating Faith: Post-Resurrection Appearances of Christ,” we’ll study the appearances of Jesus to his followers in the time between his resurrection and his ascension into Heaven. Through these stories, we’ll discover how we too can nurture and enrich our faith today.
Mar 4, 2022 · Courtney Jacob
Focus your mind and heart during Lent by joining Groundwork for our series “The Cross of Jesus.” Together we’ll study and reflect on the many facets of the cross of Jesus in Scripture to understand with greater clarity and depth what Jesus Christ endured on our behalf and what it means for us today.
Nov 28, 2020 · Courtney Jacob
It can be easy to get distracted by the activity and sentiment of the Christmas season but the fact that the Son of God became human is a life-changing truth that deserves our attention. Studying the Apostle Paul’s teaching about the incarnation gives us the opportunity to marvel anew at the profound significance of Christ’s birth and its eternal impact on our lives.
Oct 10, 2020 · Courtney Jacob
The gospel of John has a clear purpose: to help readers see who Jesus is so they might believe in him. Join Groundwork as we study and explore the themes and nuances of John’s gospel so that we too can remember and believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God and our Messiah.