As you recite the Lord's Prayer, have you considered the invitations contained in it for you? Bible Teacher Becky Harlings says that Jesus is warmly inviting us in six different ways as He teaches us to pray. Take a moment to go deeper into this well-known and spoken prayer and reclaim the beauty, boldness, and blessing offered to us by praying the Lord's Prayer.
How did the tomb get empty? Why is the resurrection essential to our faith? Pastor Doug Rowland takes a look inside the empty tomb and how it changed the disciples and changes us. If you are bound by the mistakes of your past or doubt that your relationship with Jesus can be restored, this teaching will encourage you with the truth that you have a Living Hope and a secure future in our resurrected Savior!
Becky Harling has a degree in Biblical Literature and is a sought-after speaker and Bible teacher at women's conferences and retreats. Her life experiences as a pastor's wife, parent of four adult children, grandmother of fourteen grandchildren, women's ministries director, a survivor of breast cancer and sexual abuse bring depth to her message. She brings a message of hope and healing that is refreshingly transparent. She and her husband reside in Colorado Springs, CO.
Doug Rowland is the lead Pastor of Rock Island Bible Church. Doug and his wife Kristin have been married for 11 years and even since their dating years have been serving in ministry together. They moved to Rock Island to live out their calling as sent people to the West End neighborhood, helping to establish Rock Island Bible Church in 2018. Doug received his B.A. in History and Comparatives Religious Studies at Illinois Wesleyan University in 2006 and a Masters degree (MDiv) from Denver Seminary in 2009.
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