Feb 28, 2022

Entering the Promised Land — Joshua E2

After 40 years in the wilderness, the people of Israel finally enter the Promised Land. But, they have to cross the Jordan River to do so, all the while preparing to face the looming resistance of the Canaanite inhabitants.

In these first five chapters of Joshua, the people of God much look back to remember what God has done in order to faithfully face what is yet come.


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Old Made New with Greg Lanier

Greg Lanier explains how New Testament authors used the Old Testament to communicate the gospel and present the person and work of Jesus.


Urgency and Rest — Joshua E4

Settling into the Promised Land, the people of Israel are faced with two realities: they can finally rest, and they still have work to do.


Obedience in the Battle — Joshua E3

As the people of Israel begin to take the Promised Land, their ability to have a strong and courageous obedience to God is tested.