Most people run from danger rather than towards it. That's why Paul tells the Romans that it's rare for someone to die for another - let alone a sinner. But that's what Jesus did. Find out why.
Six Rooftoppers join Pastor Matt to talk about how they persevered through suffering, which Paul reminds us in his letter to Roman brings character and hope. Check out their stories.
(First service: Lauren Meadows, Brett Delmez and Chris Charles)
(Second service: Nancy Vermette, Kevin Harmann and Paul Colbert)
Adapting to freedom can be a struggle especially if someone has been captive for a long time. What does freedom look like after Jesus lifts the burden of sin? Find out.
Faith in Jesus can work like a defibrillator - shock life back into a body that is dead. That's what Paul told the Romans in his letter. Find out what that means for you and me today.
The gospel - Jesus' death and resurrection - not only brings salvation to all who believe. It also creates families. Find out how as we continue our study in Romans 4.
People often believe that they can work their way into heaven. The first century Romans thought that too, which is why the apostle Paul wrote to them. Find out what he had to say.
Faith is not belief in the unseen or unbelievable. It's a belief that what God had accomplished and revealed in Christ is worth our trust and commitment. Find out what that means for you.
After a long explanation in his letter to the Romans about sin and judgement, the apostle Paul finally gets to some good news. It's not just good, it's the best news - Jesus. Find out more.
- 1.Who Would Die for You
- 2.Voices from the Rooftop: Persevering through Suffering
- 3.Life After Shawshank
- 4.God's Defibrillator
- 5.The Family of Faith - Like it or Not
- 6.Can't Work for Food
- 7.The Upshot of Faith
- 8.Finally, Some Good News