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Concordia Adult Bible Class
38 minutes | Dec 5, 2021
We Need a Little Restoration
See our Christmas Lineup! With all that we have been through, our souls can feel shriveled at times. In Matthew 12, Jesus restores a man with a shriveled hand. What He did for this man physically, He can do for us spiritually.
40 minutes | Nov 28, 2021
The Case for Christmas
See our Christmas Lineup! Many know that Jesus was born in a manger... but who did He turn out to be?
38 minutes | Nov 21, 2021
Grumbling to Gratitude (Week 2)
Contentment is great! Gratitude is even better, for gratitude is not only happy with what it has – as nine of the lepers healed by Jesus were – but actively thankful for what it has. In this way, gratitude blesses others because gratitude is an expression of contentment and fulfillment.
44 minutes | Nov 14, 2021
Grumbling to Gratitude (Week 1)
Join a Concordia Group! The Israelites were wildly blessed by God while wandering through the wilderness – but, for them, it was never enough. Grumbling misses the blessings God gives. The first step out of the trap of grumbling is contentment.
42 minutes | Nov 7, 2021
Through You: Work and Stewardship (Week 3)
Join a Concordia Group! David refused to even drink water if the water was a product of someone else work and risk. David wanted to work for what he had. Part of stewardship is working for what we have so we can share what we have. Are we more interesting in working or taking?
36 minutes | Oct 31, 2021
Through You: Sacrifice and Stewardship (Week 2)
Join a Concordia Group! Joseph was entrusted with a huge estate. But things quickly turned sour when he was falsely accused of mismanaging what he had been given. How can we be faithful with what God has given us, even when being faithful means sacrificing like Joseph?
41 minutes | Oct 24, 2021
Through You: Designed for Stewardship (Week 1)
Join a Concordia Group! From the very beginning of history, God entrusted people with the responsibility of taking care of His world. What you have is still part of His world. Are you cultivating what God has given you or wasting or hoarding it?
45 minutes | Oct 17, 2021
Faith and Family: Family in Faith (Week 6)
Join a Concordia Group! One of the hardest challenges families face is when they are divided over faith. Jesus’ own family struggled to believe in Him! But when we hold on to our faith, our household becomes divided against Satan. And, as Jesus reminds us, a house divided cannot stand. There is hope for your family members who are outside the faith!
40 minutes | Oct 10, 2021
Faith and Family: Priorities (Week 5)
Join a Concordia Group! Some of the hardest sayings of Jesus have to do with family. Jesus called twelve men away from their families to be His disciples. Jesus challengingly invites us to remember that, as important as family is, family without Him is idolatry and will only lead to pain.
51 minutes | Oct 3, 2021
Faith and Family: Family With Faith (Week 4)
Join a Concordia Group! Every family encounters problems and conflicts. Before Isaac and Rebekah even have children, God promises their sons will fight with each other. Looking at our family through the eyes of faith – through how Jesus sees them – can help us navigate the short-term conflicts with a larger goal in mind.
45 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
Faith and Family: Family By Faith (Week 3)
Join a Concordia Group! We will often speak of our “friends and family.” There are some friends who are like family (Proverbs 18:24). Paul talks about how we are part of Christ’s family by faith in Galatians 3. When our own family fails us, we have a larger family that extends through space and time.
49 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
Faith and Family: Family Outside Faith (Week 2)
A family apart from faith can attempt some spectacular things, as does the human family in Genesis 11 when they build the tower of Babel. But our success will only be temporary. Each family must ask: what is most important?
35 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
Faith and Family: White Picket Fence (Week 1)
When God created Adam and Eve, He created history’s first family. He also placed them in an idyllic setting. Their yard was perfect. But Adam and Eve’s sin stained not only their family, but the whole human family. The white picket fence was replaced by a flaming sword to keep Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:24). But in the middle of this mess, God promises a descendant who will restore their family. What our family needs most of all is not a white picket fence, but a cross.
48 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
Work That Works
When God is putting forth plans for the building of the tabernacle, He gives people the talents to do the work He needs. God has given us talents, too. How we steward our talents will guide how we feel about our work. Work can be a burden. But when we steward our talents well, work can also be a gift.
50 minutes | Aug 29, 2021
Deuteronomy: A Lasting Legacy (Week 12)
Moses dies before Israel enters the Promised Land. But Moses leaves a lasting legacy. He had a special, close relationship with God that ultimately foreshadows Christ’s perfect relationship with God.
44 minutes | Aug 22, 2021
Deuteronomy: Warning of a Curse (Week 11)
God warns the Israelites that if they do not obey Him, there will be consequences. They will be cast out of the land God is getting ready to give them. Sadly, the Israelites do fall into rebellion and the lessons they learn are painful. We are called to learn from Israel and live in obedience to God for our own good.
42 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
Deuteronomy: Blessing in Obedience (Week 10)
As God establishes a covenant with Israel, He expects them to obey the stipulations of His covenant. Obedience leads to blessings. History, however, reminds us that the Israelites do not obey this covenant. This is why God must establish a new covenant in Christ.
51 minutes | Aug 9, 2021
Deuteronomy: Working Through War (Week 9)
One of the most common questions that people ask about the Old Testament has to do with the violent stories in it. In this section, God lays down some rules of engagement for war. We see that God is not bloodthirsty, but careful and thoughtful and uses battle not as a first, but as a last, resort.
42 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
Deuteronomy: Leading Wisely (Week 8)
God forecasts that the Israelites will eventually cry out for a king to lead them, which they do (1 Samuel 8:4-21). In this section, God reminds the people that any leader they have should be led first by God and His Word. A leader is at his best when he first follows the Lord.
30 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
Deuteronomy: Practicing Generosity (Week 7)
God blesses the Israelites bountifully. But God also expects the Israelites to use their bountiful blessing to bless others. Israel’s generosity is to extend both to people to whom they are close and to people who are outside their social circles and national identity.
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