The Talents: The parable of the talents gives us insights into the opportunities each person has to honor and serve God. How has God gifted you, and what can you do with your talents to honor Him?
The Sower: In the parable of the sower, Jesus shared a story rich with spiritual meaning. What can we learn from this parable today?
The Prodigal Son: A young man wandered far from home and fell into a destructive lifestyle… and his father pursued him! Jesus said, “The Son of man has come to seek and to save that which was lost” (Luke 19:10). Join Pastor John Bradshaw and learn how the God of heaven is seeking a lost world and calling all of His children home.
The Unfair Judge: The parable of the unjust judge, sometimes referred to as the story of the importunate widow, features a certain judge that dismisses a woman’s plea for justice. What lesson could Jesus be trying to teach us in a story about an unethical judge who has no time for God?
Lost: Jesus often used parables to teach important lessons. The parable of the lost sheep is one of the most well known of all. But who are the lost sheep, and how do they find their way home? The answers may surprise you! Join Pastor John Bradshaw as he sheds light on the parable of the lost sheep.
The Pharisee and the Tax Collector: In Luke 18, Jesus tells the fascinating story of two men who visit the temple to pray. One of them was a Pharisee, a man of influence respected by society. The other was a tax collector, despised by the Jews for being an agent of the Romans. The lessons that shocked His listeners that day still speak to us today.
Oil Crisis: Using the parable of the ten virgins, John Bradshaw explains the importance of the Holy Spirit in making ourselves ready for the coming of Christ.
The Wheat and the Tares: The parable of the wheat and the tares provides us with deep insights into the plan of salvation, and addresses challenging questions relevant to life in today’s world.
What a wonderful way of apply Jesus' stories to our every day life!