Acts 21:1-40. Chet Boyd III
Acts 20:1-38. Chet Boyd III
Acts 19:1-40. Chet Boyd III
John 20:1-31. Chet Boyd III
Acts 18:1-28. Chet Boyd III
Acts 17:16-34. Chet Boyd III
Acts 17:1-15. Chet Boyd III
Acts 16:16-40. Chet Boyd III
Acts 16:11-15. Chet Boyd III
Acts 16:6-10. Chet Boyd III
Acts 15:36-16:5. Chet Boyd III
Acts 15:1-35. Chet Boyd III
Acts 14:1-28. Chet Boyd III
Acts 12:25-13:52 Part 2. Chet Boyd III
Acts 12:25-13:52 Part 1. Chet Boyd III
Acts 12:1-24. Chet Boyd III
Acts 11:19-30. Chet Boyd III
Acts 10:1-11:18. Chet Boyd III
Acts 9:32-43. Chet Boyd III
Acts 8:26-40. Chet Boyd III
Acts 8:1-25. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 7:44-8:4. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 7:17-43. Derek Amos.
Revelation 21. Michael C. McGough.
Acts 6:7-7:16. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 6:1-7. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 5:12-42. Michael C. McGough.
Acts 4:32-5:11. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 4:1-31. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 3. Michael C. McGough.
Acts 2:42-47. Chet Boyd III.
Haggai. Chet Boyd II.
Acts 2:22-41. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 1:15-2:21. Chet Boyd III.
Acts 1:1-14. Chet Boyd III.
James 4:11-5:20 Part 2. Jimbo Wood.
James 4:11-5:20 Part 1. Jimbo Wood.
James 3:13-4:10. Renato Ferreira.
James 3:1-12. Michael C. McGough.
James 2:14-26. Marcus McQuien.
James 2:1-13. Philip Ian.
James 16-27. Patrick Savelle.
James 1:1-15. Marcus McQuien.
Luke 24. Kevin Grasso.
Luke 23:26-56. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 22:63-23:25. Chet Boyd II.
Luke 22:31-62. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 22:1-30. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 21. Derek Amos.
Luke 20. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 19:28-48. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 18:35-19:27. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 18:1-30. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 17. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 16. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 15. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 14:25-35. Marcus McQuien.
Luke 14:1-24. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 13. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 12:35-13:9. Chet Boyd III.
2016 Missions Weekend. Chet Boyd III.
2016 Missions Weekend. Rachel Hagues.
2016 Missions Weekend. Michael C. McGough.
2016 Missions Weekend. Jessica Kerr.
2016 Missions Weekend. Steve Nelson, Reliant.
2016 Missions Weekend. Steve Nelson, Reliant.
2016 Missions Weekend. Michelle McQuien, Mercy Clinic.
2016 Missions Weekend. Ellie Hamalian, IJM.
2016 Missions Weekend. Kevin Grasso.
2016 Missions Weekend. Jimbo Wood.
2016 Missions Weekend. Melissa Pepin.
2016 Missions Weekend. Bryan Nicholson, CartoMission.
2016 Missions Weekend. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 12:1-34. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 11:29-54. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 11:1-28. Derek Amos.
Luke 10:25-42. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 10:1-24. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 9:37-62. Michael C. McGough
Luke 1-9. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 9:28-45. Chet Boyd II.
Luke 9:1-27. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 8:22-56. Michael C. McGough
Luke 8:1-21. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 7:36-50. Derek Amos.
Luke 7:1-35. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 6:20-49. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 6:1-19. Michael C. McGough.
Luke 5:27-36. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 5:1-26. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 4:14-44. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 3:21-4:13. Michael C. McGough
Luke 3:1-20. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 2. Chet Boyd III.
Chet Boyd III.
Luke 1:39-80. Chet Boyd III.
Luke 1:1-38. Chet Boyd III.
Delaney Waites. Ellie Hamalian. Chet Boyd III.
2 Peter 3. Derek Amos.
2 Peter 2. Chet Boyd II.
2 Peter 1. Marcus McQuien.
1 Peter 5. Michael C. McGough
1 Peter 4:12-19. Patrick Savelle.
1 Peter 4:1-11. Philip Ian.
1 Peter 3:13-22. Chet Boyd II.
1 Peter 3:1-12. Michael C. McGough
1 Peter 2:13-25. Marcus McQuien.
1 Peter 2:1-12. Drew Anderson.
1 Peter 1. Greg Hagues.
2 Corinthians 13. Codie Haddon.
2 Corinthians 12. Greg Hagues
2 Corinthians 11. Derek Amos.
2 Corinthians 10. Chet Boyd III.
Ephesians 4. Chet Boyd III.
2 Corinthians 8 & 9. Michael C. McGough
2 Corinthians 6 & 7. Chet Boyd III. Family Day.
John 20. Chet Boyd III
2 Corinthians 5:11-6:2. Chet Boyd III.
The second half of the talk was not recorded due to a technical problem.
2 Corinthians 5:1-11. Chet Boyd III
2 Thessalonians 3. Greg Hagues.
2 Kings 7. Derek Amos
2 Corinthians 4. Codie Haddon
2 Corinthians 3. Chet Boyd III
2 Corinthians 2. Michael C. McGough
The conclusion of 1 Corinthians and the beginning of 2 Corinthians. Chet Boyd III.
Also, this is the article Chet mentioned regarding Paul’s letters and visits to Corinth.
1 Corinthians 15:29-58. Chet Boyd III
A recounting of the resurrection and why it is important. 1 Corinthians 15. Chet Boyd III
Session 4 from the 2015 Advance. Chet Boyd III
Session 3 from the 2015 Advance. John 15. Greg Hagues
Session 2 from the 2015 Advance. John 15. Derek Amos.
Session 1 from the 2015 Advance. John 15. Michael C. McGough
The meeting of the church provides opportunities for believers to exercise their gifts, but should be done within certain guidelines. 1 Corinthians 14:26-40. Chet Boyd III
1 Corinthians 14:1-25. Chet Boyd III
Steve Nelson shares some simple guidance for sharing Jesus with those around us.
Sins of pride and sexual immorality, along with the regular transitions of life, can reveal where our true love is directed. Chet Boyd III
This passage, most often associated with weddings and marriage, has much more to teach us about God and the church. 1 Corinthians 13. Chet Boyd III
Ten were healed, but only one returned to thank Jesus. Luke 17:11-19. Derek Amos
Bryan Nicholson, a former OHC member, shares about his work with mapping to inform and guide ministry and mission efforts around the world.
Instructions for the use of spiritual gifts and diversity within the church. 1 Corinthians 12. Chet Boyd III
Throughout the Bible, women have had key roles in ministry and worship. Some have abused Scripture to denigrate women, but Paul provides instruction for their participation in the Lord’s Supper. 1 Corinthians 11. Chet Boyd III
I Corinthians 10 uses Israel’s failures as examples for the church to learn from. Codie Haddon
Paul went to great lengths to not hinder the Gospel, including often not being compensated for his ministry. Michael C. McGough
Though we are free, we must be careful that our liberty does not become a stumbling block for others. Chet Boyd III
In the difficult times the Corinthians were facing, Paul offers guidance on entering into marriage. Chet Boyd III
In 1 Corinthians 6, Paul encourages believers to avoid taking each other to court and reminds us that our bodies belong to the Lord. Chet Boyd III
1 Corinthians 5 warns against immorality within the church and the destruction it can bring. Chet Boyd III
We are servants of Christ, and this obedience carries certain costs. I Corinthians 4. Greg Hagues
1 Corinthians 3 encourages us to build on the foundation of Jesus Christ. Chet Boyd III
In 1 Corinthians 2, we see the priority of the Gospel and Paul’s reliance on the Spirit. Chet Boyd III
For Labor Day weekend, we take a break from our study of 1 Corinthians to examine the role work plays in our lives and biblical instruction for how we should work. Michael C. McGough
The wisdom of God is greater than the wisdom of men. Chet Boyd III
As we begin our study of .First and Second Corinthians, Paul appeals for unity in the church. Chet Boyd III
Colossians 4:7-18. Greg Hagues
Colossians 4:2-6. Chet Boyd III
Colossians 3:22-4:1. Joseph Moore
Colossians 3:12-17. Patrick Savelle
Colossians 3:1-11. Drew Anderson
Colossians 2:6-23. Codie Haddon
Colossians 2:6-23. Codie Haddon
Colossians 3:18-21. Derek Amos
Colossians 2:1-7. Andrew Hanneman
Colossians 1:13-39. Chet Boyd II
We begin our study of Paul’s letter to the church at Colossae. Greg Hagues.
Mothers give us a special picture of how God loves and sacrifices for us. This is seen incredibly clearly in the story of Hannah & Samuel. Chet Boyd III.
God created marriage and sex to be good. Sin has distorted these things, but as followers of Jesus, we want to agree with God on them. Chet Boyd III.
Resurrected and on His way to the Father, Jesus has a few last things to say to His followers. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 16:14-20)
Though wrongly accused, beaten, and crucified, death could not hold Jesus. What seemed to be His apparent defeat was actually His great victory! Chet Boyd III. (Mark 16:1-13)
Even though He was arrested, tried, beaten, and crucified, Jesus was not defeated. What appeared to be His defeat was really His great victory! Chet Boyd III. (Mark 15:16-47)
He came to the earth to take our place. Never is this demonstrated more clearly than when He is crucified instead of Barabbas. Greg Hagues. (Mark 15:1-15)
As the final hours of His life approach, Jesus takes the disciples to pray. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 14:27-72)
Mary “wastes” an entire bottle of perfume to prepare Jesus’s body for His burial, but the disciples don’t yet understand that He will give all of Himself for us. They didn’t get it then, but we sure do remember it now. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 14:1-26)
Jesus’ Church is massively important, and we have to get it right. The stakes are high, but the results are beautiful. Codie Haddon. (Selected Passages from Ephesians)
Jesus continues telling His disciples what to look for as the end approaches. Above everything, He tells them to be ready. Michael McGough. (Mark 13:24-37)
Prompted by His disciples infatuation with the earthly temple, Jesus begins telling them about what will happen as the end comes. Derek Amos. (Mark 13:1-23)
Jesus wants big things for our lives. Not money or possessions, but He wants us dreaming big dreams and participating in His big Kingdom. Our friend Abel shares the big things that have been going on in Mexico & Chet III talks about how the poor widow was able to give the most! (Mark 12:38-44)
Jesus says that the most important commandment is all about identity and purpose: love the Lord your God with everything you are, and love your neighbor as yourself. We want to be a people who do that. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 12:28-40)
Jesus always has the right and best answer. And through it, we see His brilliance. Greg Hagues. (Mark 11:27 – 12:27)
Cursing a fig tree and cleansing the temple, Jesus shows us that He cares deeply for people and their salvation. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 11:1-27)
The rich young ruler loved his riches. The disciples wanted status and position. But Jesus wanted more for them. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 10:17-52)
Marriage, divorce, and family are some of the most personal — and often painful — topics to talk about. Jesus knew that full well and pointed His disciples towards grace, forgiveness, and healing through it all. Michael McGough. (Mark 10:1-15)
As Jesus starts talking about His death, the disciples start talking about which one of them will be the greatest in Jesus’ Kingdom. They really missed the entire point. Jesus is the greatest. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 9:30-50)
When a father brings his convulsing son to Jesus, he makes one of the most beautiful declarations in Scripture — “I do believe! Help my unbelief.” — and Jesus responds. Chet Boyd III. (Mark 9:14-29)
For a brief moment, Peter, James & John see Jesus in all of His glory, and His Father declares: “This is my dearly loved Son. Listen to Him.” Chet Boyd II. (Mark 9:1-13)
Often, we are blind to Jesus: who He is, what He says, and what He requires of us. But God, in His grace, can open our eyes to see Him truly and know Him fully: the God-man, Messiah, Savior, & Friend. Michael McGough.
From healing a deaf and mute man to feeding thousands with almost nothing, Jesus shows His great love and incredible compassion. Greg Hagues.
More than rituals, practices, and traditions, Jesus desires that our hearts be full of faith. The Pharisees of Jesus’ time missed it, but a Gentile women was so confident in Jesus that she was not ashamed to ask for what she had no right to. Greg Hagues.
With compassion, Jesus fed over 5000 people with nothing more than a few fish and small biscuits. The He walked through a raging storm on the sea to meet His disciples. Suffice it to say that Jesus has the power! Derek Amos
Following Jesus can mean rejection, poverty, and even death. That’s the cost, but the value and reward are so much greater. Chet Boyd III.
In Mark 5, Jesus proves Himself to be stronger than the strongest demons, incurable diseases, and even death itself. “Tell them everything the Lord has done for you and how merciful He has been.” Chet Boyd III.
In the Kingdom of God, it is the small seeds of faith that produce the largest harvests. Jesus takes the small things and makes them magnificent. Chet Boyd III.
In one of His most famous parables, Jesus describes the hearts of men like soil, and the good news that brings life as the unchanging seed. “Still other seeds fell on fertile soil, and they sprouted, grew, and produced a crop that was thirty, sixty, and even a hundred times as much as had been planted.” Chet Boyd III.
We all need time with Jesus. While He was on earth, Jesus chose 12 men to be with Him, learn from Him, and be His witnesses. These people — the ones who believe in Him and do God’s will — are His true family. Mark 3:7-35. Chet Boyd III.
In Mark 2 & 3, the Pharisees challenge Jesus for working on the Sabbath, and He makes it incredibly clear that He is the one in charge. Chet Boyd III.
Jesus has come with a new hope, a new promise, and new life — it’s far too much to be contained. Mark 2:18-22. Chet Boyd III.
While Jesus is visiting Capernaum, four men bring their paralyzed friend to see Him. Whatever they were expecting, they all go way more. Let’s just say Jesus blew their minds. Chet Boyd III.
Jesus demonstrates His authority in the latter part of Mark 1, but He is not only unconstrained authority, He is compassion too. Chet Boyd III.
Continuing in Mark, Jesus asks Simon & Andrew to follow Him and become fishers of men. They left everything to say yes to Jesus. Would you do the same? Chet Boyd III.
In a short break from the book of Mark, Chet III talks about how to be prepared for the attacks of the enemy, and for the very real battle for souls going on all around us. Chet Boyd III.
In Mark 1:9-15, Jesus heads into the wilderness, is tempted by the Devil, an begins preaching the good news of God: “The time promised by God has come at last! The Kingdom of God is near! Repent of your sins and believe the Good News!” Through all of it, one message is heard loud and clear: Jesus gets it! Chet Boyd III.
In a new series on Mark, Chet Boyd III talks about John the Baptist and how he pointed straight to Jesus.