February 20 - 22, 2018

Abraham: One Nomad's Amazing Journey of Faith

What does it mean to be “the friend of God”? Though he lived in a world at enmity with God, Abraham modeled an enviable walk of faith. When told to go, he went. When promised, he believed. When commanded, he obeyed—even when it seemed to make no sense at all.

Abraham wasn’t “the friend of God” (James 2:23) because of his intellect, his pedigree, or his fortune. Abraham was God’s friend because of his faith. Follow the great Patriarch on his epic adventure, and be challenged to answer life-changing questions. As you witness an imperfect man’s transformation into a hero of the faith, you’ll be warned by his failures and inspired by his trust . . . and you’ll learn what it really means to be a “friend of God.”

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Beholding Christ . . . The Son of God

February 23 - March 19, 2018

Wouldn’t it be fascinating to meet someone who actually walked and talked with Jesus? John the apostle knew Jesus firsthand, and in his gospel he opens our hearts to the Master he loved and followed.

This first part of a three-part series reveals Jesus as the Son of God who existed before time began. As Jesus launched His public ministry and interacted with people, we can see ourselves in each person Jesus met—the religious seeker Nicodemus, the shunned woman at the well, the lame man waiting his entire life for a healing touch from God. And with each word Jesus spoke, we can feel His compassion and power.

As you read John’s gospel, you’re right there with the Master. That’s why even a most hardened skeptic can find John’s account of Jesus’ invitation to believe in Him impossible to resist.

Join Chuck Swindoll as he presents twelve messages on the first five chapters of the gospel of John.