The Book of Romans: A Call to Be a Holy People

Some have described Romans as Paul’s masterpiece, and we think by the end of this study we will all understand why this is true. Romans is lengthy and often studied in sections or in topical studies.

However, there is great merit to looking at Paul’s letter as he intended it to be read—from start to finish.

Join Janet as she takes you on a verse-by-verse journey through Romans, answering questions like…

“Why do some people go to heaven and others do not?”
“Why is faith in Jesus the only way a person can go to heaven?”
“Why do Christians believe that Jesus is God’s holy Son?”
“Why do you believe what you believe?”
In many ways, helping believers explain what they believe was the purpose for Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. He also wrote the book of Romans during a time when it was very unpopular to be a Christian. Sound familiar?

We’re living in a time when following Jesus is becoming less and less popular by the day. This is why The Book of Romans: A Call to Be a Holy People is so timely—and important.

When the apostle Paul wrote his epistle to Rome, he had no idea that people would be studying it as Scripture, but God did.

This letter was preserved for all of us, and we know you will be blessed by its teaching!

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A Foundation of Faith

A Foundation of Faith is a weekly Bible study from the books of 1 and 2 Peter, Jude, and the faith of a variety of biblical characters.

Peter’s faith was foundational to his life, and the wisdom he shared with first-century Christians remains central to the Christian faith today. The Bible is full of stories about average people with extraordinary faith. Those stories were preserved by God as Scripture for every generation.

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Our Biblical GPS

Our earthly lives are a journey and God’s guidance system enables us to avoid many of the detours and false turns available to us along the way. There is a “high way.” It is the road God has planned for us to take during our earthly lives. Each road has been designed by God to help us accomplish his plan and purpose for our lives. All of us make wrong turns, but God is faithful to correct those choices and return us to his better path.


Studies on Prayer

Prayer is a privilege and a gift that God provided his creation. We were created for a close, personal relationship with God and prayer is the way we communicate with our heavenly Father. God spoke with Adam and Eve in the Garden and has continued to speak to his creation throughout history. This study focuses on the prayers of God’s people throughout Scripture. When did people pray? What did they say and how did God respond? Billy Graham said, “Prayer is simply a two-way conversation between you and God.” This study will encourage you to pray with confidence in the knowledge that God is listening and glad you wanted to talk.


The Birth of the Christian Church

The book of Acts begins with the phrase, “In my former book, Theophilus.” Acts is the second volume of Luke’s history of the Christian church. The gospel bearing his name is the “former book” mentioned in Acts 1:1. Luke was a physician, a traveling companion of Paul, a historian and a theologian. His two volumes, combined, make him the most prolific author in the New Testament. The gospel of Luke and the book of Acts were probably written during the two years that Paul was imprisoned in Rome.


Equipping the Church to Stand Firm

The book of Ephesians was written while Paul was under house arrest in Rome. The prison epistle is a concise but complete summary of the gospel of Jesus Christ and the impact of salvation upon the lives of believers. Ephesians was John Calvin’s favorite letter of Paul’s. Many theologians have commented that it was Paul’s greatest writing. The book speaks of the greatness of God and the power of God’s Holy Spirit to change a person’s life. Paul began his letter by writing about the blessings of God, available for God’s holy people.