High quality video lessons for all stages of faith formation
To be Presbyterian is to join a way of life informed by a particular rhythm: God calls us in grace and love; we respond in gratitude.
The Old Testament is a rich collection of texts spanning thousands of years of Ancient Israelite history. With wit and humor, Dr. Suzie Park makes these seemingly old books fresh and new.
At its most basic, theology is “talk about about God.” But the ways Christians have and do talk about God can vary widely. Dr. Shannon Craigo-Snell helps us learn the way Presbyterians and other Reformed Christians approach it.
LOVE AN OTHER
Join Reverend Denise Anderson as she hosts, "Love An Other: the Bible’s Call to Unity, Justice, and Equality." This five part series explores the sociological practice of "othering”, and the Christian’s responsibility to eradicate it.
Who was Jesus? What did his crucifixion mean? When is he coming back? What is the Church? Dr. Margaret Aymer introduces us to an exciting collection of stories, sermons, and letters that answer all these questions and more.
The Christian life is marked by regular practices of prayer and worship that lead us to service. Dr. David Gambrell introduces us the ways worship can shape us throughout the year and throughout each day.
preaching & teaching
Being called to teach and preach the Bible can feel daunting. But it doesn't have to be. Dr. Jacob Myers offers us a set of easy to grasp models and strategies to make our teaching and preaching ministries faithful, full, and dynamic.
Once young people learn about our God of Grace and Love, why would they not choose to be Presbyterian? It can't just be brainwashing. It has to be more.
Do we really understand that the Bible has its origins in a collection of stories that were told out loud? Or how the Bible compares to other stories in other cultures? Do we understand the political agenda of many of the Bible's texts?