The story of Noah has been told for thousands of years, and it has sparked many theological conversations and more than a few debates. Is it fact? Is it fiction? Is it relevant for the modern world?
What does this ancient tale have to say to us in this modern age? Join us for a special series that will explore the story of Noah. You just might be surprised at the things that surface from the depths of this tale.
We’ve created a discussion guide for group or individual use that you can download here: NOAH Discussion Guide
This worship and small group series begins Sunday, January 9th.
Scriptures: Genesis 6 – 10:1; 1 Peter 3:18-22
What do you really know about the story of Noah and the flood? Are you sure about that? Could you pass a test? In this message, you will be tested – literally.
We will also explore the fact and fiction that often surround this story. Ultimately, we will hear about a greater truth behind the story of the Great Flood that impacts our lives today.
Scriptures: Genesis 5, Genesis 3:17-18, Genesis 6:9, Genesis 8:21, Genesis 9:21
We hear his name a lot, but who is Noah? Who was he and what do we learn about our own lives of faith by coming to know and understand him?
What you learn in this message may surprise you and change your image of who Noah was, possibly in ways you won’t like. But in the end, the man who was at the center of the storm so long ago has much to teach us about the kind of faith we are called to have today.
Scriptures: Genesis 6:5-6, Genesis 6:11-13
Why did God send the flood? How did God feel about the decision? Was it effective? In this sermon, we will examine one of the Bible’s most destructive events and what it can teach us about our lives of faith. One thing is certain, this story is not the feel-good story that we often tell our children…
Scriptures: Genesis 8:21-22, Genesis 9:12-16, 1 Peter 3:18-22
In this final message of the series, we look at what happened after the flood waters receded. While we might remember the rainbow in the sky, there is much more to the end of this story than that – and as we have learned throughout this series, there may even be more behind that rainbow than we thought.