In Matthew 28:19, 20, Jesus, speaking to the men who had followed him during His earthly ministry, told them to, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations [help the people to learn of Me, believe in Me, and obey My words]…teaching them to observe everything that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always” (italics added, taken in part from the Amplified¬© Bible).
When we first accept Jesus as the Way, the Truth, the Life and make Him Lord of our life, at that moment we are made new (2 Corinthians 5:17), given a new heart, reconciled with God and no longer under His wrath. There are steps that we need to take, though, to “work out our salvation” (Philippians 2:12).
The lessons found here are designed to look at the fundamentals of the Christian life and help give a fuller understanding of them. Whether you are a new believer or have been a believer for years, our desire is that these lessons will help disciple you, to learn more about Jesus and how to obey Him, and teach you to observe all that Jesus has commanded.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have throughout these courses.

Understanding Your Bible

In this 10-part series, Pastor Bill Parks gives a broad overview of the Bible–it’s purpose, it’s different divisions, why it’s important that we have a basic understanding of the Bible, etc. These videos are accumulative and are best studied in order.

Christian Basics – Prayer

In this 4-part series, Pastor Bill Parks discusses the basic Christian discipline of prayer and gives a brief introduction and highlights its importance. He also gives an overview of four prayers found in Scripture and shows how we can apply the principles from those prayers to our lives today.

Christianity 101

This course, in PDF version, discusses thirteen foundational Christian principals. The thirteen principals covered are 1) The Word of God; 2) Repentance; 3) Faith; 4) Water Baptism; 5) Prayer; 6) Fasting; 7) The Lord’s Table (Communion); 8) Stewardship; 9) Tithing; 10) New Covenant Relationship; 11) Fellowship; 12) Discipleship; and 13) Church Membership.