Posts with the category “big-picture-series”

Set 17: Paul to the Churches
February 19th, 2024
Many sections of Paul's epistles to the churches are just as familiar as the stories of Jesus and are important sources of information about Christian living. At times, our temptation is to do exactly...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Set 16: The Travels of Paul
February 12th, 2024
This section of readings begins with the conversion of Saul to Paul, one of the most well-known stories in the Bible. It is dramatic, detailed, and exciting, and we as Christians also love it as direc...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Set 15: The Church is Born
February 5th, 2024
The book of Acts details the early Christian church as the message of Jesus being the Messiah spreads from Jewish communities to the reaches of the Roman empire. The revolutionary teaching that not on...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Set 12: The Teaching of Jesus
January 15th, 2024
We will spend four weeks studying Jesus' ministry in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John). For this second week, we will be focusing on Mark.Mark's gospel is primarily focused on Jesus being th...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Set 11: The Living Word
January 8th, 2024
We will spend four weeks studying Jesus' ministry in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John). We will focus on one book every week, starting with Matthew.Matthew's gospel is primarily focused on s...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Big Picture - Between the Testaments
January 2nd, 2024
Last Fall, we spent 10 weeks reading through the top 50 stories of the Old Testament, and we are ready to dig into the New Testament! This series is called "The Big Picture" because we have seen how G...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Set 10: The Prophets
November 13th, 2023
This week is the last set of readings in the Old Testament! David's descendants ruled Israel for about 300 years, but at the time of the prophets, Israel had split into two kingdoms. The northern King...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow
Set 2: Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob
September 18th, 2023
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, are considered the "Patriarchs" of faith because of their role in God's establishment of His covenant with the people of Israel. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all trace t...  Read More
by Becky Ledlow