People can be distinguished according to race, politics, age, sex, and countless other factors. Sometimes these harden into divisions, and that seems to be taking place increasingly today. Is it possible for people to get along? Should we even try? Why? In the first century, the Apostle Paul said we can and we should. Pastor Luke preaches from Romans 3:21–30 in “Righteous,” part 3 of his 4-part series “Romans.”
The first Christians struggled to carry out the mission that Jesus the church. We still find it difficult today, for the same reason: because it requires us to cross boundaries. Sometimes, however, we are able to succeed … because the Resurrection changes everything. Pastor Luke looks at Acts 10:34–43 in “This Changes Everything (Part 1),” the first message in a new series for Easter.
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A woman came to a well one day looking for water. Instead, she found Jesus. It didn’t just change her life, but the life of everyone in her town. What would it be like to have that kind of encounter with Jesus? What difference would it make to your community if you did? Pastor Luke looks at John 4:1–42 in “Naomi (Not Her Real Name) at Noon,” part 5 of his 6-part series “Come and See.”