PART 1, FEBRUARY 18TH
God's Bow in the Clouds
God promises to never again destroy Creation. This is the first signpost that points toward God's plan to redeem all things in Christ. God is making all things new, and our destiny is to dwell with God when God brings his heavenly city, the New Jerusalem, to us!
PART 2, FEBRUARY 25TH
Abraham: Father of Our Faith
A look at Abraham, or more specifically our faith. We read that our God chose a people to follow Him by faith and be reconciled to Him by the cross.
PART 3, MARCH 4TH
1 Corinthians 1:18-25
Israel was given the vocation of being a nation called out to worship God and God alone. But Israel struggled with this and worshiped created things, causing their perception to be warped and obscured. Israel's problem is ours also. Our perceptions are warped, and it's only those of us who are being saved, who God is redeeming and restoring to our original purpose and intended beauty, that can see the cross for what it really is- God's profound, glorious, and divine wisdom for the reconciliation of all things in Christ Jesus.
PART 4, MARCH 11TH
Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, that the people of Israel could look and be saved from the poison inside of them, so Jesus himself would be lifted up on the cross as God's divine intervention, that those who believe in him may not perish but may have eternal life!
PART 5, MARCH 18TH
Jesus - The Seed of Life
"Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit." Our journey continues as we begin to approach our destination: Easter! Now, we search the story of God's plan of redemption to answer the question, "why did Jesus die?"
PART 6, MARCH 25TH
He Has Done It
The words Jesus cries out from the cross are the same words David had written down in his anguish: "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" We take a close look at Psalm 22 and Isaiah 53 to understand better the experience of the "suffering servant," Jesus, who intercedes for us, loving us to the point of death, even death on a cross. Jesus has literally loved us to death, and we proclaim it, saying, "He has done it!"
PART 7, EASTER SUNDAY
God Raised Him
Our Journey comes to its culmination on Easter as we celebrate the hope we have in the Resurrection of Christ, and look at how this history-altering miracle of God fits into the larger story of God's redemption!