How do you define faith? And what might great faith look like? To see arguably the greatest expression of faith in the Bible, we consider this week the “thief on the cross” and his expression of faith in Jesus—one dying man on a cross trusting in another dying Man on a cross for a future. We’ll see this week what makes that such great faith.
“The same sun that melts ice, hardens clay.” Why is it that when exposed to God, some hearts become tender while others grow calloused? In this chapter, you’ll begin a conversation about the two men who encountered Jesus on the cross and their two very different responses.
When the gospel is preached, there are at least two possible reactions: rejection or faith. So why do people respond so differently to the same message? In this chapter, you’ll tackle this tricky topic with a discussion about what brings rebels to repentance.
When you think about stories of amazing faith, who comes to mind? In this chapter, you’ll discover what the team says may be the most amazing story of faith recorded in the Gospels. Find out and be inspired!
Everyone loves a winner. So when the Jews imagined their Messiah, they pictured a conquering king, not a crucified criminal. In this chapter, you’ll learn why Jesus’s kingdom is different and much greater than you could ever imagine.
When you picture your perfect paradise, what comes to mind? In this chapter, you’ll come to understand that paradise isn’t found in a place, but rather in a person.