The Jesus Chronicles
The Jesus Chronicles, written and taught by Sandy Laws (Pastor of Bible Education), is your crash course about the world-transforming life of Jesus Christ. Maybe you know a lot about Jesus, or maybe not as much as you’d like. In either case, this is a good opportunity to learn more about him. The Jesus Chronicles follows his life in chronological order, from his birth in Bethlehem to his death and resurrection outside the old city walls of Jerusalem.
Each video lessons focuses on key stories about Jesus’ earthly journey, as told in the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. In each lesson, Sandy breaks down the story – what happened, where and when, who was there, and what was said – to uncover its meaning. Every story about Jesus tells us something about him and his relationship with his heavenly Father, his earthly family, his followers, and even his enemies.
Our hope is that with every lesson, you will learn something new about Jesus. We will also consider what the story of Jesus means to our life today. Click the button below to sign up to receive The Jesus Chronicles Bible study for free!
The Jesus Chonicles Class & Discussion Group
Saturday mornings at 10 a.m., via Zoom with some in-person get-togethers
This fall, we will study eight stories about Jesus’ life, as told in the gospels. They are:
- The story of how Jesus called Peter, Andrew, John, James and Matthew as his disciples and Apostles.
- The story behind Jesus’ most famous teaching, the Sermon on the Mount.
- A survey of Jesus’ parables and why he used this teaching method.
- Four of Jesus’ miracles, including resurrecting Jarius’s daughter, calming the water, healing Peter’s mother-in-law and the bleeding woman healed by touching his garment.
- The story of Jesus appointing the 12 Apostles and sending them out to evangelize.
All of these events took place during the second year of Jesus’ ministry on earth, in 27/28 AD. The Jesus Chronicles Bible study includes a video instruction class, a written study and a class discussion, held on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. via Zoom. We will also have in-person get-togethers this semester.
For more information, contact Sandy Laws by clicking the button below or by phone at 303-324-3732.