Series

Investigating Jesus | The Gospel of Luke

About This Series

When you don’t know if you can trust the stories, the accounts of others, you seek to examine and find out if what you’ve learned is true. Luke, an adult convert to Christianity, is the first to research, and write an orderly account of the Life of Jesus. He writes from a skeptics standpoint, investigating for himself, and by doing so, grants us the certainty that our faith is based on the eyewitness testimony of those that were there.

We are going to take our time studying the book and go chapter by chapter exploring God’s truths for us. As we read, ask the questions: Know What? (what does this teach me to know about God and his love for me), So What? (what does this mean for my heart, life, and walk with Jesus?), Now What? (what does this lead me to pray about, think about, or change about how I am living in light of what I read because of what Christ is doing in me?).

Sermons in this Series

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Time for an Audit | Luke 16:1-15

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Jesus’ Longing for the Lost | Luke 15:1-31

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The Cost of Discipleship | Luke 14:25-34

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Excuses or Joy? | Luke 14:1-24

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Most Terrifying Words of Jesus | Luke 13:18-35

A biblical scene, Jesus the shepherd with sheep at sunset, symbolizing guidance and protection, AI Generative

A Call to Change! | Luke 13.1-17

A biblical scene, Jesus the shepherd with sheep at sunset, symbolizing guidance and protection, AI Generative

What is it that you treasure? | Luke 12.13-59

A biblical scene, Jesus the shepherd with sheep at sunset, symbolizing guidance and protection, AI Generative

Faith or Hypocrisy? | Luke 11:37-12:12

A biblical scene, Jesus the shepherd with sheep at sunset, symbolizing guidance and protection, AI Generative

What Possesses You? | Luke 11:14-36

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How do you pray? | Luke 11.1-13