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Periodically, we address topics which are not a part of an on-going series. These "special" episodes are sometimes associated with a holiday or particular topic of current relevance.  (Ongoing and iterative).


Tough Topics

This series explores Biblical topics and questions that are often a source of confusion or difficulty. (Ongoing and iterative)

Foundational Doctrines & Concepts

This series provides an overview of selected key foundational doctrines and concepts in theology proper, soteriology, Christology, pneumatology, and God's redemptive program in human history - just to name a few.  Foundational truths are relevant no matter how long one has been a believer. They sustain us in crises throughout life and provide the framework to support every other truth we learn

The Book of Daniel & Related Passages

A study of the historical and prophetic book of Daniel and related passages form other books of the Bible such as Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Revelation. (January 2021 to July 2021)


Biblical Prophecy - is the shadow being cast ?

This is a series of 20 minute presentations of select passages related to biblical prophecy to include any ways in which we might see their shadow being cast today – or how the stage for their fulfillment is being set. After the 20 minute session, the floor is opened for Q&A from the audience


A Brief Exploration of the Immaterial-Spiritual Heart of Mankind

This study is a brief overview of passages and concepts vital to our ability as Christians to identify issues of the heart of mankind  so that we can more effectively execute our spiritual journey in life and have redemptive impact  in the lives of others. Nov 2019 to Mar 2020


Acts & The Transition Period

We are exploring the Acts chronology and narrative as it relates to the transition period and writings of the 1st Century A.D. (Summer / Fall 2019)


Prophecy In The Parables

In this series, we examine the parables of Jesus which are eschatological and explain the interpretive model for understanding them. (Spring 2019)

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