Natasha Sistrunk Robinson joins the Discover the Word group for a study of the Old Testament book of Exodus. With her fresh perspective and deep historical understanding, she helps us find our story in the well-known story of Moses and the Israelites. Discover how God wants to build a relationship with you, equip you for His work, and use you to make long-lasting impact on your community. Study Exodus and the "Journey to Freedom" with special guest Natasha Sistrunk Robinson.
Our understanding of history shapes our society, our culture, and our theology. In this chapter, you’ll hear a historical perspective on the Exodus story to help you find your story of freedom in God’s rescue plan for His people.
God’s rescue plan for the Israelite slaves from Egypt started when baby Moses himself was rescued by the Hebrew midwives, his mother, his sister, and Pharoah’s daughter. In this chapter, you’ll discover the important role of those women in the Exodus story.
In Exodus, God introduces Himself to Moses, the Israelites, and to Pharoah in a powerful way through a series of plagues. In this chapter, you’ll study the Bible to discover more of who God is and what He wants to do in our lives today.
God often changes our daily routines and establishes new rhythms in our lives to help us get in step with Him. In this chapter, you’ll look at some of the ways God changed the lives of the Israelites when they followed Him out of Egypt on their “Journey to Freedom.”
As we study the story of God’s rescue plan for Israel in Exodus, we can see our own “Journey to Freedom.” In this chapter, Natasha Sistrunk Robinson offers the group a reminder that Jesus is the ultimate fulfillment of God’s rescue plan for His people.