We believe in any relationship the more you know about and interact with another person, genuine love deepens. The same would-be knowing God, His love for us, and His story within history. The more we know about God the more we will in turn love God. Our desire is that the church would know more about God, deepen our love for Him, and experience His redemptive work in our lives.

In today's culture and our church, we are seeing more and more people lack understanding of the bible in how to read, understand, and apply to their own life. This series gives us a chance to understand God’s Redemption story in a big picture as well as allows us to internalize it and apply it to ourselves. 
 
This will also give us a chance to see how we relate to the ancestral history of the Family of God that all Jesus followers are now a part of. As we spend time with the Biblical heroes and villains of our past, we will become familiar with our roots in order to better see the heart and hand of God work throughout Human History.

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What Happened Between the Old Testament and New Testament?

In the first three seasons of God’s Redemption Story, we took an exciting journey through the Old Testament. Beginning with creation, we followed the story of God and His people. We saw a holy and perfect God make a covenant with an unfaithful people. As soon as sin entered the world, God made it clear that He had an incredible plan to bring redemption and reconciliation through a coming Messiah. This Messiah is spoken of throughout the entire Old Testament, with the first messianic prophecy being recorded in Genesis.

After the prophetic ministry of Malachi, the people of God entered a season of silence that lasted four centuries. This time is often referred to as the “intertestamental period.” There were no prophecies or scriptures recorded during this time. This was a tumultuous era that saw the rise and fall of several prominent empires and dynasties. The land of Judah was conquered multiple times and the people experienced seasons of great persecution. Eventually, the Judean region came under Roman rule. It was then, in the fullness of time, that Jesus, the awaited Messiah, was born.

In the upcoming season of God’s Redemption Story, we will begin our New Testament journey with the story of Jesus. The stories of Jesus’ earthly ministry, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension are recorded in the four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. This season, we will focus on the accounts that are recorded in all four of these books.