Godhead: The Divine Nature of Jesus

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.

This lesson covers some of the most critical topics concerning Jesus. Was He and is He really God? Is He equal to the Father in Heaven? Why did He come to the earth? And did He have to die for us?


Singing His Praises (Sermon with Songs)

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Our singing is in praise of God and His goodness. We do it not to entertain ourselves, but to sing to the Lord, to sing from the whole heart, spirit, and understanding; not just the lips.


Bible-Based Encouragement

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.
This lesson approaches the subject of encouragement from a spiritual perspective and reveals the fuller truth concerning the kind of encouragement that we should prioritize.



Sermon by Trevor Campbell.
This lesson takes a unique perspective on blasphemy. We often think of blasphemy as speaking against God, but the scriptures also deal with blasphemy in a different way.


Will there be a Rapture?

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.

This lesson examines the scriptures used by many to advocate for a coming rapture. If we take a closer look at the context of these scriptures, the truth will reveal something much unlike the popular teaching of the rapture.


Spiritual or Religious?

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Someone says, "I'm not religious, but I'm spiritual." What does that mean? What's the difference? This lesson explores the differences between these two words and examines the practice of true religion and spirituality.


Are there Signs of the End?

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.

Do the scriptures really speak of signs that indicate the end of the world? Many believe they have found such a scripture in Matthew 24, but a closer look at the text will reveal many astonishing truths.


The Divorce of Israel

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.

With the current increase of interest concerning the land of Israel today and the goal of some to reintroduce animal sacrifices in Jerusalem, it raises this question: How should a Christian think about Jerusalem today? Is it still a place of spiritual or prophetic significance?


Lower than the Angels

Sermon by Norman Sewell.

Though higher than the angels, Jesus willingly was made lower than the angels to die for our sins. This lesson considers the first two chapters of Hebrews to address this fascinating subject.