Spirit and truth. Law and love. Faith and works. Form and focus. In this study, brother Haden Ayers explores how the events in the upper room demonstrate the dual nature of true religion.
Many people are seeking to join a "perfect church" – one with no hypocrites, division or problems whatsoever. Is this a realistic expectation? Brother Noah Howard leads us in a survey of the 1st century church in order to find the answer.
What does the Bible teach on the subject of depression? Find out in this lesson from brother Noah Howard.
How true is this concept of coming to Jesus “just as we are?” It almost seems too good to be true, doesn’t it? I mean, does Jesus really want anything to do with us, just as we are – with all our faults, sins, and imperfections? With all our doubts and misunderstandings?
In this dynamic lesson, brother Allen Bailey teaches us how to get right and how to stay right with the Lord using a simple outline from Acts 8!
Many people are familiar with the basic facts about Jesus, but few are aware of what Jesus is doing today! In this lesson, brother Allen Bailey better acquaints us with the past and present work of Jesus.
The "Romans Road to Salvation" is a popular method of explaining how to be saved; but in this lesson, brother Allen Bailey identifies some potholes in the traditional Romans Road that must be avoided.
All Christians agree the Lord's Supper is an activity Christ commanded His followers to do at least every once in awhile. Yet, there is much disagreement over what exactly it is we are to do. In this lesson, brother Allen Bailey presents the plain, simple Bible truth about Communion!
Jesus declared His divine mission: "I will build My church" (Matthew 16.18); but how can we discern the Lord's church from the countless counterfeits to be found in the world? Brother Allen Bailey presents from Acts 2 some of the identifying features of the church that Jesus built!
In this sermon, brother Allen Bailey reminds us of our primary duty as Christians: saving souls!
All Christians should desire to know more about God's Word. One of the ways we are commanded to learn is by edifying one another (1 Thessalonians 5.11). We invite you to learn with us as we examine the scriptures together.