In the Book of 2 Samuel we read about a man named Benaiah. We are told that he went down into a pit and killed a lion on a day when snow had fallen. That action propelled him to the head of the King's security and onto the pages of God's Word. In life we are going to face some situations that create fear. What we do in those moments communicates who God is to the world around us. This series is geared toward helping us face our fears and chase our own lions.
The Periodic Table of Elements identifies an element based on the number of protons found in the nucleus. That number help us know what the element is. What if there was an identifier of authentic faith? In this series we take a look at the Fruit of the Spirit, the element, the identifier of authentic faith in the life of every believer.
What were we deciding when we decided to follow Jesus? Why is it that have such a hard time not turning back from faithfully following? This series is designed to help us own our decision and equip us to faithfully follow Jesus.
There were four promises given by God in Exodus 6 to the nation of Israel. Today, these same four promises are given to us. See how these promises have been met in this series as we look toward the celebration of Jesus' Resurrection.
The church is made up of people from all walks of life. We are all different in our gifts and talents. Because we all have something unique about us, we need each other to reach the world with the Gospel. Listen in to found out how you can serve Christ at OBC.
Changing your life is only possible through changing of your mind. As the new year begins, the best decision you can make is to renew your mind. Examine with us how to do so by applying the Word of God to our lives.
What appetites do you give yourself over to? What cravings can you not resist? What thing this holiday season do you think you have to have to be satisfied? Listen in as we hear how Jesus fulfills every appetite in our lives.
When writing to the church at Colossae, Paul argued that there was nothing else needed for salvation except Christ Alone. Even today, we believers can try to add and take away from Christ's completed work and His Word, even if we don't admit it. Join us as we remind ourselves that Christ is more than enough for all our needs.
The Holy Spirit is the least understood member of The Trinity and He is also the one who can have the most impact on our daily lives. This series will unpack who He is and how He influences us to live a life dedicated to Christ.
Many of us feel the need to serve others, but do not have the means or time to travel across the world to serve. While these missions are needed, there are plenty of opportunities to serve in our local communities!