Click below to watch the most recent Summer Reading Challenge video from our series Summer Bible Study: Minor Prophets.
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Our Summer Bible Study begins this week! We are excited to study the Minor Prophets together and would ask that you consider joining us in our Summer Reading Challenge. This challenge will take us on a journey exploring the reality, grief, and hope about which the Minor Prophets speak. As we read God's word together as a family of faith, our prayer is that our journey together will lead us toward our ultimate hope: God made known in the person of His Son, Jesus Christ.
(Note: Each week's challenge precedes the morning message spent on that book in order to ensure that we are familiar with the text coming
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Sermon Schedule and Resources
6/11, Trinity Sunday: The Call of the Prophets (Isaiah 7:1-17)
Resource: Minor Prophets Timeline
Video: Summer Reading Challenge: Nancy Thompson
6/18: Amos (Amos 1:1-8; 2:4-6)
Resource: Timeline of Reality and Mourning, Timeline of Hope
Video: Summer Reading Challenge: Paul Roa
6/25: Hosea (Hosea 1:1-11)
7/2: Micah (Micah 1:1-9)
7/9: Habakkuk (Habakkuk 1:1-17)
7/16: Zephaniah (Zephaniah 1:1-18)
7/23: Obadiah and Nahum (Obadiah 1:1-4 and Nahum 1:1-11)
7/30, Chapel Family Worship - VBS: God Made You (Genesis 1:26-30)
8/6, Chapel Family Worship - SM Missions Experience: The Beautiful Struggle (Acts 9:1-9)
8/13: Zechariah (Zechariah 1:1-17)
8/20: Haggai (Haggai 1:1-15)
8/27: Joel (Joel 1:1-20)
9/3: Malachi (Malachi 1:1-14)
About This Message Series
God's people have always needed truth tellers. God's people have always needed stern calls to repentance. God's people have always needed reminders of God's faithfulness to the very end of the age. In the Old Testament, God provided prophets to meet these needs. One could summarize the work of the prophets in three words: reality, grief, and hope.
This summer we will study a small section of the Old Testament known as the Minor Prophets. Despite beginning as separate books, they were traditionally sewn together into one scroll. The unity of the scroll from which ancient rabbis taught these books points to their unified message of God's steadfast faithfulness and unyielding determination to rescue His people. Today we see their unity pointing us to God's ultimate rescue plan, Jesus Christ.
Join us on this journey exploring the reality, grief, and hope about which these prophets speak. Our prayer is that our journey together will lead us to our ultimate hope: