No gimmicks. No agendas. Just the Gospel. And Jesus says it is enough.
Bible in 5 | Romans
This is Romans in 5. You’re going to sin. But God’s got some Good News. You’re going to be saved, and you’re going to learn to fight sin. But you’ll still sin and when you do, what’s going to happen? God’s got more good news for you to keep on saving you! That’s the book of Romans!
Crucial Conversations 039 | Old Law, New Gospel?
The Old Testament is Law and the New Testament is Gospel. God is angry in the Old Testament, but loving in the New. Why do these wrong ideas persist?
Crucial Conversations 037 | Non-Lutheran Bible Verses
Pietism! Legalism! Works-righteousness! We Lutherans often don’t know what to do with Bible verses that tell us what to do and how to live. And that’s not right.
Crucial Conversations 033 | No Lone Ranger Christians
Can you preach the Gospel to yourself? That’s the question Peter and Kevin discuss today. It might sound like a minor question, but it has major implications.
Reading through the Minor Prophets for Lent
Looking for a reading plan this Lent? This one takes you through the Minor Prophets, an often overlooked section of the Old Testament.
Crucial Conversations 025 | Two Words
One thing you’ll hear Lutherans talk about a lot: rightly distinguishing Law and Gospel. But what does this mean and why does it matter? Is it really that big a deal? Um…yes! It’s actually a matter of life and death!
Anchored In Christ 005 | The Sign of the Gospel
Just as the magi had a sign that pointed them to Christ, so do we today! But ours isn’t a star in the sky. It’s much greater than that!
Bible Study @ OSL | Introduction to the Gospel of John
In this class, we examine the Gospel of John as a whole, concentrating on its author, date of writing and place in the NT canon. We also examine John 20:30-31.
Sunday morning Bible study at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Fenton, Missouri. Taught by Dr. Kevin Armbrust.
God is Love
Love is primarily God’s action for mankind. Love is manifest in the gift of Jesus. And the focal point of Jesus is His death and resurrection for the forgiveness of our sins. This is love. This is God. This is Gospel.
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