Sunday Morning 3/21: Unit 30, Session 3: New Life in Jesus

Paul wrote his letter to the Colossians while he was imprisoned in Rome. At this point, Paul had not yet visited the church at Colossae. The church was established by Epaphras, who reported to Paul that the church was facing troubles with false teachers. Paul wanted to put an end to the false teaching andContinue reading “Sunday Morning 3/21: Unit 30, Session 3: New Life in Jesus”

Sunday Morning 1/31: Unit 28, Session 4: Living Like Jesus

Like his first letter, Peter’s second letter was written to believers in the early church who had experienced persecution and suffering. At this time, Peter was in a Roman prison. He was aware that his death was imminent. (See 2 Pet. 1:13-15.) Besides the outside threats to their faith, these believers were also confronted withContinue reading “Sunday Morning 1/31: Unit 28, Session 4: Living Like Jesus”

Sunday Morning 1/24: Unit 28, Session 3: Faithful in Hard Times

Peter’s story of faith began when Jesus said, “Follow Me.” (Matt. 4:18) Peter and his brother Andrew—two fishermen from Galilee—left their nets and followed Jesus. As one of Jesus’ twelve disciples, Peter witnessed firsthand Jesus’ miracles and teachings. Peter believed that Jesus is the Messiah (Matt. 16:16), and he was understandably upset when Jesus predictedContinue reading “Sunday Morning 1/24: Unit 28, Session 3: Faithful in Hard Times”

Sunday Morning 1/17: Unit 28, Session 2: Peter Healed a Man

With the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, Jesus’ disciples were empowered to carry out Jesus’ mission for them: to take the gospel to all the nations. More and more people believed in Jesus. They met together at the temple to praise and worship God, and the first church began. One afternoon, two ofContinue reading “Sunday Morning 1/17: Unit 28, Session 2: Peter Healed a Man”

Sunday Morning 1/10: Unit 28, Session 1: The Holy Spirit Came

Before Jesus ascended to heaven, He instructed the disciples to go to Jerusalem and wait. Jesus promised that the Holy Spirit would come upon them. So the disciples went back to Jerusalem, where they waited and prayed for 40 days. The time came for the Jewish festival called Pentecost, or the Feast of Weeks. AsContinue reading “Sunday Morning 1/10: Unit 28, Session 1: The Holy Spirit Came”