September | Matthew

Matthew We kick off the Fall with a jump back into the New Testament… the first book of the New Testament, to be exact.  Matthew connects Old and New, with a comprehensive genealogy of Jesus that helps show He is the literal fulfillment of God’s promises as the Lion...

November | Romans

Overview In his letter to the church in Rome, the apostle Paul dives deep into doctrine… an interesting approach, since he hadn’t yet been to Rome to connect personally with the believers there. Romans is a rich treatise on the gospel… not just unto...

October | Luke

Overview The book of Luke brings us a chronological rendering of Jesus’ life and ministry.  Written by a doctor who was likely not a Jew, it focuses on the facts and is the first of two sequential books addressed the Theophilus… Acts is the second...

September | Mark

Overview The shortest of the Gospels, Mark was likely written by the apostle with a predominantly gentile audience in mind.  We see an emphasis on who Jesus was and why his ultimate destiny through the cross was so critical.  Mark is full of snap shots in the life of...