Jesus leaves His disciples to go to heaven, but beforehand gives His call to them to take the gospel to the world.
In Luke 24, we look at Jesus’ visit to His disciples after His resurrection.
On this Easter Sunday, we look at the greatness of Jesus’ Resurrection from Luke 24.
Guest speaker, David Hooie, teaches from Luke 23 and the crucifixion of the Lord Jesus.
We look at the timeline from Jesus’ arrest in the garden to the moment Pilate delivers Him to be crucified.
At the last supper, we see Jesus do three distinct things that, once again, reveal His glory and salvation.
In Luke 21, Jesus takes the opportunity to teach us how we are to live until the days of His glorious return.
In Luke 20, Jesus, again and again, tries to be trapped by the religious leaders, but again and again outwits them. A great picture of how we should respond when our beliefs are challenged.
Jesus is about to arrive at Jerusalem. It’s a time of celebration, as well as compassion and love.
In Jericho, Jesus meets Zacchaeus, a life that has been saved through faith in Christ.