How to Reenter the Presence of God

Exodus 26:1-27:21 – Within the structure of the tabernacle, God architected details to remind us of how sin separates and how sacrifice restores. Our sin has separated us from God, and our only hope to reenter His presence is upon His conditions.

The God Who Draws Us Near

Exodus 24:1-18 – God has proven to desire a close relationship with His people, no matter how far we stray. In this sermon, from Ridgeways Baptist Church in Nairobi, Kenya, discover how God is pulling up a chair for you.

Giving Out from What You’ve Been Given

Exodus 25:1-9 – God instructed the people to give in specific ways to create a place to meet with Him. The offerings of these formerly enslaved people are much like ours – given from the overflow of God’s provision.

The God Who Draws Us Near

Exodus 24:1-18 – After God provided the commandments, He ratified a covenant with His people. A sacrifice was essential so that the people could experience close fellowship with God.

Rituals for Renewal

Exodus 23:10-33 – God expected His people to observe weekly rhythms and calendered festivals to recall His presence in those moments they needed Him most. We ought to build patterns into our lives that remind us and the generations behind us of God’s continued faithfulness.

God Loves Justice

Exodus 21:33-23:9 – In addition to God’s commandments instructing individual behaviors, He also provided a type of order in which society could thrive. In these multifaceted commands, we realize that God loves justice and a culture that embodies it.

Willing & Able

Mark 1:40-45 – Not only is Jesus willing to meet us in our problems, but He is able to change our lives in the midst of them [Sermon at Anderson University Campus Worship].

Imitate Their Faith

Hebrews 13:7 – Successful discipleship hinges upon accessible and imitable mentors. Many of us never reach our full spiritual potential because we overlook our need for those farther down the path.

One Choice

Luke 23:39-43 – On the cross, two men surrounded Jesus – one desired release and the other redemption. Students must examine to see the validity of their faith as well.

Revering God and Respecting Others

Exodus 20:18-21:32 – After the Ten Commandments, God provided Moses with additional instructions that seemed varied and extensive. At the heart of these commandments, we understand that God is expounding on how we fulfill the first ten in our respect for Him and others.