For the four Sundays starting today, I’m teaching a class at our church, “Christology: God With Us and For Us”. The summary for the class:
The topic of Christology probably sounds important, but it might also seem a little abstract or heady. But—as Colossians and Hebrews and many saints along the years will help us see—while Christology is indeed a feast for our minds, it is also comfort for our weary souls, because it’s our truest, deepest, richest picture of God’s love for us. By God’s grace, we’ll all come out encouraged by Jesus the Son’s work on our behalf, and stirred up to love and worship him more!
If you’re interested, you can find each week’s notes and audio on the dedicated page for the class (as on the page for today’s lesson), or you can follow along by subscribing in any podcast player in the teaching and sermons feed I set up for these kinds of things a few years ago:
(Note that, per my standing principle of avoiding self-promotion and branding, this is the only time I’ll post about this series.)