Audio and Articles

Living Biblically

Christians want to be “Biblical”, but what does that mean? How does that desire translate to practical, tangible choices in life? Over the next few weeks we will examine what “living Biblically” looks like in certain areas of life, beginning with unpacking the concept itself.

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(Preaching on living according to God’s word. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on June 4, 2023.)

The Future of Jesus’s Church

We have seen how Jesus promised to build his church, and how he used the apostles and prophets to do so. But what about once all the apostles had died? How did they expect future generations (including us!) to keep building Jesus’s church?

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(Preaching on the Church that Jesus Built. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on May 28, 2023.)

Organizing Jesus’s Church

The church that Jesus built is made out of people, and thus has all the attendant problems and opportunities that come with any group of people. How did the apostles ensure that things would run smoothly as the church expanded and exploded beyond their ability to directly control?

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(Preaching on the church that Jesus built. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on May 21, 2023.)

A Prayer for Knowledge

The letter to the Ephesians begins with deeply complex and important issues. Perhaps this is why the second section of the letter is about a prayer for knowledge and understanding. What is it that Paul wants his readers to understand?

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(Preaching through Ephesians. This sermon was preached at the Dewey Church of Christ on May 7, 2023.)

Bible Books Timeline Charts

I am going to try to make more non sermon-audio content, starting with publishing some of the charts I have made over the years. Here are a couple of overviews of the timelines of the creation of the Old and New Testaments. Note that the narrative books (Law and History in the OT, Gospels and Acts in the NT) are placed on the timeline relative to the events they describe, not relative to when they were written. Hope these are helpful! You can get pdf version here (OT) and here (NT).