The Torah. The Good News. The Living Water. The Gospel.
The collection of sixty-six books, poems, prophecies, and letters that we’ve come to know as the Bible is the foundation of Christianity. Sometimes it can be daunting to open it up and know what’s what, or how a poem of anger or a personal letter to someone else can have an impact on our lives. To fully illustrate that, with this series we’re going to be focusing on one book of the Bible each week, from Genesis to Revelation, for 66 weeks.
Our goal with this series is to help you understand the Bible as both individual books and as a whole. The stories in the Old Testament point to the character of God and foreshadow the coming of Jesus. The genealogies teach us about God’s grace and mercy as He holds true to His promises despite people being jacked up.
Again and again, the entirety of Scripture points to a wholeness that is available for a bunch of broken people. It’s really just a ton of little pieces of literature that point like neon flashing arrows to the person and work of Jesus.
– 2 Timothy 3:16
Thread Study Guide
Going the entire Bible from front to back is a daunting task to say the least, and moving through it at the speed we’re choosing to go through it makes it all the more difficult. That’s why we put together this study guide for you. In it, you’ll find rundowns of each type of literature you’ll find in the Bible, breakdowns that get to the essence of each individual book and why it matters (yes, all 66), and additional resources to help guide you through the Bible. You can grab a physical copy for free from the Info Center at all our services, and here are some ways you can get it digitally:
Watch or listen to all the messages that are a part of this series.
Here are some highlights from the teaching series: