The literal, bodily resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the foundation of the Christian Religion. Pastor Jim helps us rejoice in that reality, and presents those who don’t believe some thoughtful reasons to give it more consideration.
May seem an obvious question to be asking: Who is Jesus? But just as the crowds in Jerusalem were asking that Palm Sunday, Pastor Jim suggested that we, too, should ask if we really know and live as if Jesus is who he is.
How does Peter advise Christians under fire to respond. Jim Scullion explains the text in chapter 4 of Peter’s first epistle
This is St Paul’s wrap-up to his protégé, Titus. The church needs good leaders, and the church needs good people. Without either one the risks go up. But with both the cause of the gospel can be greatly enhanced.
In his letter to Titus, the apostle Paul instructs this pastor what to teach his church. In our text this week, Titus 3:1-7, we see Paul turn the focus to the life of Christians in the world.
Pastor Jim walked us through four verses of the well knows Christmas carol, Once in Royal David’s City and how Biblical is actually is.
Why does St Paul command believers to ‘give thanks’? Shouldn’t this be our natural inclination? Pastor Jim shares some thoughts.