New Testament Lesson 20: “Woe unto You, … Hypocrites”

John 12; Matthew 21-23 – How do we avoid being hypocritical in our dealings with others? We share some old mission stories that taught us about hypocrisy and service. Mary anoints Jesus’ feet. Why is this ordinance important? Jesus enters Jerusalem on Passover. What does the parable of the two sons teach us?

New Testament Lesson 19: “Thy Faith Hath Saved Thee”

Luke 18-19; John 11 – As Jesus nears the end of his final journey to Jerusalem, he teaches the parable of the unjust judge and the widow, as well as the parable of the pharisee and the publican. What do we learn about perseverance from these stories? Jesus also heals a blind man and stays with Zacchaeus. Lastly, Jesus performs one of the most incredible miracles of His ministry, raising Lazarus from the dead. Kurt Francom of LeadingLDS sits in with us to discuss!

New Testament Lesson 18: “He Was Lost, and Is Found”

Luke 15, 17 – Jesus shares parables of various things that were lost: a sheep, a piece of silver, and a prodigal son, all of which are illustrative. But then He literally heals a leper, chasing after the one. Bill Doolittle sits down with us to talk about these powerful sermons.