[  Teaching: Book of the Bible  ]

Hebrews

COVID-19 hits Canada in such a way that we move our services online via livestream. In our first ever endeavour on this new platform, our study through Hebrews takes us to a passage that speaks of believers meeting together. What a perfect passage to explore the deepest meaning of these truths as the church scatters … [ read more ] "Love, Good Deeds, & Meeting Together"

“Don’t settle for feeling far from God. This is not His plan for you. Draw near.” These encouraging words from Pastor Jason resonate as the world begins to withdraw into isolation as a result of the coronavirus and COVID-19. Closeness to God generally equals death . . . and yet, Jesus makes a way for … [ read more ] "The Blessing of Drawing Near"

Perfectionist? Plagued by an attitude of “good enough”? We all fall somewhere on the spectrum of perfectionism or the lack thereof. But regardless of your personality or work ethic, we all carry a sense of separation from the way we feel “things ought to be.” What does Jesus have to do with or say about … [ read more ] "Perfected For All Time"

Finishing off Hebrews chapter 9, teaches us some important truths about the work that Jesus accomplished on our behalf. Then as a gift, we get a bonus teaching about perspective on death, something on which we desperately need a healthy perspective.

Starting off with a recording of a clever little song by the brilliant Andrew Peterson, this week we start with a reminder of the impermanence of life. Then we circle back to Hebrews 9:8-14 and the incredible idea that Jesus actually purifies the conscience of believers. What might it look like to live from a … [ read more ] "“Pure Conscience Culture”"

Mediator is one of the most important functional roles that Jesus serves for the believer. All across the Bible we see beautiful pictures of effective mediation and/or hear deep cries for the need of such a service. This week we explore a key Old Testament text in Exodus 33 in order to better understand the … [ read more ] "Dynamics of Cherishing Our Great Mediator"