Here you will find a growing library of The Ologies messages and resource materials:

They’ll be in reverse chronological order, so start at the bottom.

Resurrection – Part 1

The Ologies continues with our first message on Eschatology. As we enter a study of End Times, Nathan exposits Paul’s arguments for the hope of a future resurrection of the righteous. This is the first of two messages from 1 Corinthians 15 built around the statement: By the hope of the resurrection, we enter Christ’s … Continue reading Resurrection – Part 1

Regeneration

Spiritually dead people can’t perceive God, exist in decaying relationships, and lack power to overcome sin. God is reversing death through the gospel because it is his power to salvation.

Redemption

Redemption undoes our past and assures our future, so let’s participate in it today.

Communal

Message #9 in The Ologies on human nature as “Communal” Here’s the screencast: Use this study guide for personal devotional, family, and small group:

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Humans bear a unique burden among all the animals. What to do? Here are the personal, family, and small group resources.

Created – Studio Edition

We’ve been having problems with the quality of our live recordings so here’s the studio edition of message #7 in The Ologies on humankind as “Created.”

The Holy One

Here is message #2 in The Ologies on God, “The Holy One.” Here is the Study and Gathering Guide to accompany the lesson:

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Repent of Technolatry!

SOAP Journal Entry for May 18th, 2021 Scripture: Therefore he sacrifices to his net and burns incense to his dragnet, for by his net he lives in luxury and enjoys the choicest food. Habakkuk 1:16 Observation: Idols aren’t always carved images. They can be other works of our own hands. In the case of the … Continue reading Repent of Technolatry!

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What Would Jesus Buy

SOAP Samples to inspire buy-in I’ve been using the SOAP Method of journaling for a couple of years now. It’s a sustainable and fruitful practice that I recommend. As we enter this new series on The Ologies, I encourage everyone to develop a daily habit of Bible journaling both for general spiritual health and to … Continue reading What Would Jesus Buy