The Bible portrays itself as one story and in fact, as the one true story of the world. Not just your truth or my truth, but it is the truth for all of the world. And it all points to Jesus. It invites us to put aside our stories, and to live its story instead. It’s our real story anyway.
Q&A: The Story
Throughout The Story series, we took your questions about the big story told in Scripture. Today, we did our best to answer a few of them!
Act 6: Restoration
What is God's final intention for his good creation? What is God's final intention for you in the middle of it? The word that captures it is "restoration", the future we're promised is "new creation", and the approach we may have is "hope".
Act 5: Church
As people of Act 5, this is our part of the story - which means it's your part of the story. And God has a great part for us to play. So what is it that you are called to do in this time?
Act 4: Redemption
Jesus: the center, the climax of the story. From his life, to his death, and through to his resurrection, he shows us who God is, brings about his kingdom on earth, and calls us each to follow him.
Act 3: Promise
At this point in The Story, humanity's relationship with God is broken because of their rebellion. The question is, what will God do? The answer reveals a God who keeps his promise, regardless of the cost. You're going to want to hear this one.
Act 2: Rebellion
God created everything good but something went deeply wrong, and what went wrong tends to ruin everything. Find out this crucial part of "The Story" right here!
Act 1: Creation
Where did we come from? A good question, and as you'll see, an important question for how we live life. Find out more as we launch into the first act of the six act play in "The Story".
The One True Story
What’s the story that you live by? Jesus invites us to live by the one true story of the world...