The work of the Holy Spirit is prominently featured in the New Testament. In this edition, we read many key passages and focus on Spirit work.
The Apostle Paul was a “chosen vessel” for the Lord Jesus Christ, and today on Take Note we examine his story from Acts 9.
Jesus is a friend that sticks closer than a brother. We examine His words and example from scripture on a Take Note focused on friendship.
We spent some time in Galatians on this edition of Take Note, discussing the meaning and significance of Christian liberty.
What does it mean to be double minded? We look to the scriptures again on this edition, as they command us to trust and draw near to the Lord.
We focused on three wonderful stories of deliverance and salvation from Mark 5 on the September 15, 2017 edition of Take Note.
On the September 14 edition of Take Note we talked about pride: shifting confidence from God to ourselves. What are God’s thoughts on this sin?
How does Christ change our lives? And how do we, together as the body of Christ, experience change together in the church?
We began our look at Matthew 7, on the August 17 edition, with the oft-quoted “judge not, that ye be not judged.” What does this passage mean?
Where should we run when news in the world is disconcerting and dire? Is God really our refuge in times of trouble?
We asked Pastor Joe Henson about Biblical foundations for viewing the world, and the question: “what are the imperatives for studying prophecy?”
What does it mean to walk with Christ? We talked about the Biblical concept of our walk on the July 19, 2017 edition of Take Note.