Renovation — Resurrection, Part 2

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Christians believe in the Age to Come because Jesus said he would return and finish the work of renovation that he had begun. It’s encouraging that our hope is grounded in his promise, but it leads to questions about the coming age. What will it be like? What will we be like? What can we know about it on this side of eternity? Pastor Luke teaches from Isaiah 65:17–25 in “Resurrection,” the concluding message in his series “Resurrection.”

Resurrection (Part 1)

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Christians believe that the coming age will lack sickness, poverty, violence, death and everything else that makes the current age so hard. But is this just wishful thinking? That’s the question a group of Bible scholars asked Jesus. Pastor Luke preaches from Luke 20:27–38 in “Resurrection,” part one of a new series of that name.

The New Normal

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Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, we’ve been wondering about the “new normal.” What will the new normal be like? How will we know when we get there? What should we do in the meantime? Centuries before Christ, God spoke through prophet Jeremiah to encourage people with questions pretty similar to ours. Pastor Luke preaches from Jeremiah 29:1,4–7,10 in “New Normal.”

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