Beginning Well Our lives are dependent on operating systems, but the most important system isn’t on our phones or laptops. Our most important operating system is the one inside of us. As we begin a new year, we need to take a look inside and see what’s running our lives.
Two Truths This week we continue in our series through the book of Romans by looking at two fundamental truths that are essential for understanding the gospel.
One Thing U.Va. Will Not Teach You Professor Elzinga shares on a subject that is not taught in any class, in any department at U.Va., but is essential to our lives as followers of Jesus.
Status Upgrade Our culture is obsessed with measuring status in various ways, and as Christians, we can fall into the same trap. The Gospel Operating System offers a status upgrade, but not in the way you may think.
Suffering Often in life we find that reality doesn’t match our expectations. How do we deal with this fact when it comes to the issue of suffering? As Christians how does the Gospel Operating System affect the way we deal with suffering personally and in the world around us?
Sin As followers of Jesus saved by grace, how should we view sin? In Romans 6 we see that the life in the Gospel Operating System takes both grace and sin seriously.
Life and Death In Romans 8, Paul helps us understand the power of the Christian life, the posture we must have towards sin, and what’s at stake when we take sin lightly.
Adoption Who are we, and what will we build our identities around? In the Gospel Operating System, we find a totally different way of thinking about the question of identity.
Brett Fuller: Primary Words Brett Fuller shares on the primary words needed for the Christian life and challenges us to let God alone be who we worship.
True Worship How should we live in response to the gospel? In Romans 12, we learn about a radically new way of living that is the only response to the radical grace we have received.
Community Paul knew that the one place we might have the most difficult time living out this gospel operating system is in community. In Romans 12 we find how to live this new life together.
Politics In Romans 13, Paul talks politics. He gives us a whole new way to view authority and explains how we should relate to government.
Overcoming Fear Staff member Erin Turley concludes the series with a look at how we have hope in the midst of challenging circumstances.