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Governors, Kings, Caesar and Glory

Matt Chandler | May 4, 2014

The Governor of Caesarea, Felix, keeps Paul under house arrest. Festus replaces Felix as governor, and Paul appeals f...


The Second Wave

Matt Chandler | Apr 6, 2014

The second missionary journey starts with an argument between Paul and Barnabas concerning John Mark. Paul revisits S...


The Gospel Advances

Matt Chandler | Mar 23, 2014

Antioch sends Paul (formerly Saul) and Barnabas on their first missionary journey. The people's reactions are mixed, ...


Scattered to Gather

Matt Chandler | Mar 16, 2014

The gospel spills out of Jerusalem into Palestine and Syria through the ministry of Philip and Peter. Saul of Tarsus ...


The Church is Born

Matt Chandler | Feb 9, 2014

The Holy Spirit's coming creates a seismic shift in the hearts of the Apostles. Peter's explanation becomes the first...


The Beginning of the Church

Matt Chandler | Feb 2, 2014

Jesus prepares His disciples for the mission to come by reaffirming the promises made concerning Himself and by His a...


Slavery and the Skeptic

Matt Chandler | Aug 1, 2010

The Colossians series looks at the person of Jesus Christ and who He is. Covering the history of Rome and how it was ...


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Biblical History: A Visual Timeline

The Village Church | Nov 6, 2019

This simple timeline will help you connect the major arcs of the Story of Scripture and place events in context in te...


Renée de France: A Woman of the Reformation

Jill Barlow | Oct 31, 2017

Renée de France may not be a household name, but she was a significant figure in the Protestant Reformation. A...


Scripture and Tradition in the Reformation

Coleman Ford | Oct 17, 2017

One of the central tenets of the Reformation was sola scriptura—by Scripture alone—meaning Scripture is the final aut...


The Reformation: A Visual Timeline

The Village Church | Oct 12, 2017

Learn the story of the Protestant Reformation, from Martin Luther and the 95 Theses to the Affair of the Sausages, th...


John Wycliffe and the Melody of Scripture

Braedon Taylor | Oct 5, 2017

One of the influencers of the Reformation, John Wycliffe radically believed that Scripture should be accessible to th...


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Christendom and How We Got Here

Matt Chandler | Mar 2, 2018

Following the Early Church’s persecution, there was a time in which Christianity had cultural favor in power. Post-En...


What We Can Learn From MLK Jr.

Matt Chandler | Feb 20, 2018

Though imperfect, Martin Luther King Jr. set for us a picture of how a church can be involved in pushing back darknes...


The Season of Epiphany

Matt Chandler | Jan 3, 2018

Epiphany is about the manifestation of Jesus Christ and what He has come to do. It’s a good time to consider our comm...


Who Is John Calvin?

Coleman Ford | Oct 25, 2017

John Calvin is often given the title “the theologian of the Holy Spirit,” as he strove to live in the Spirit an...


5 Solas: God’s Glory Alone

Jamin Roller | Oct 23, 2017

Soli Deo gloria, “God’s glory alone,” is one of the five theological principles of the Reformation. It summariz...


Who Is Martin Luther?

Coleman Ford | Oct 10, 2017

Martin Luther stands out as the spark in the powder keg of the Reformation. He nailed “The 95 Theses” to the do...


What Is the Reformation?

JT English | Oct 3, 2017

October 31, 1517, is one of the most significant days in Church History. The Reformation was a recovery of many impor...


What Is Pentecost?

Matt Chandler | Jun 1, 2017

Pentecost marks the entrance of the Holy Spirit onto the collected gathering of the saints as a firstfruit of what ha...


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Holy Week Discipleship Guide

The Village Church | Mar 26, 2021


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The Story of Jesus

Nov 20, 2017