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Sermons on Genesis

Core Class: Creation Restored

The Gospel According To Genesis (chapters 12-50).   “One of the most important things to remember about the Bible is that it’s not a collection of different stories, each with different moral principles that teach us how to make ourselves right with God.  Rather, the Bible is a single, seamless, passionate story about the way…

Core Class: Creation Unraveled

The Gospel According To Genesis (chapters 1-11).   Have you ever walked into a room and asked “Who broke this?”  While we know that God didn’t actually ask that question, WE need to start at the beginning to figure out the “broken” before we can really understand and explore the “restored.”  In this study, with…

Core Class: Creation Restored

The Gospel According To Genesis (chapters 12-50).   “One of the most important things to remember about the Bible is that it’s not a collection of different stories, each with different moral principles that teach us how to make ourselves right with God.  Rather, the Bible is a single, seamless, passionate story about the way…

Core Class: Creation Unraveled

The Gospel According To Genesis (chapters 1-11).   Have you ever walked into a room and asked “Who broke this?”  While we know that God didn’t actually ask that question, WE need to start at the beginning to figure out the “broken” before we can really understand and explore the “restored.”  In this study, with…

Core Class: Creation Restored

The Gospel According To Genesis (chapters 12-50).   “One of the most important things to remember about the Bible is that it’s not a collection of different stories, each with different moral principles that teach us how to make ourselves right with God.  Rather, the Bible is a single, seamless, passionate story about the way…

Core Class: Creation Unraveled

The Gospel According To Genesis (chapters 1-11).   Have you ever walked into a room and asked “Who broke this?”  While we know that God didn’t actually ask that question, WE need to start at the beginning to figure out the “broken” before we can really understand and explore the “restored.”  In this study, with…