Rev. David Appold studies Exodus 17:1-7 regarding Israel’s journey to Mt. Sinai, their quarreling against Moses and the LORD, the significance of Moses’ staff, and the preaching of Christ crucified in the water from the rock.
Rev. Zelwyn Heide studies Exodus 16:13-36 regarding God’s providence for His people in the wilderness, the faith and trust the LORD works through His Word, and Christ as the fulfillment of the wilderness feeding.
Rev. Ryan Ogrodowicz studies Exodus 15:22-16:12 regarding the rhythm of God’s gift of salvation and our Christian life of service, Christ’s cross as our forgiveness and hope during times of bitter suffering, and God’s grace in the midst of our sinful complaining.
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson studies Exodus 15:1-21 regarding the song of Moses, digging into the themes of the salvation that the LORD delivers for His people, His role as a warrior who defeats the most powerful of enemies, the proclamation of the LORD among the Gentiles, and the planting of the LORD’s people finally in Christ.
Rev. AJ Espinosa studies Exodus 14:10-31 regarding the LORD’s mighty salvation for His people, the justice of the LORD in the crossing of the Red Sea, and the theme of the new creation in this text and throughout Scripture.
Rev. Adam Koontz studies Exodus 13:17-14:9 regarding the LORD’s constant goodness for His people, His physical and reliable means of remaining with His people, and His promises that overwhelm even the greatest power of evil.
Rev. Dr. Adam Filipek studies Exodus 12:43-13:16 regarding the Passover event and meal and its fulfillment in Christ, the passing down of the faith from parents to children, and the consecration that we have in Baptism into the firstborn Son of God.
Rev. Brian Flamme studies Exodus 12:29-42 regarding the final plague as both destruction for the LORD’s enemies and salvation for the LORD’s people, the continuity of the Christian faith in the Old and New Testaments, and the certainty of the LORD’s deliverance even during times of patient affliction.
Rev. Steve Andrews studies Exodus 12:14-28 regarding what the remembrance of the Passover meant for Israel then and for Christians today, the faithfulness of Israel in believing the LORD’s means of salvation, and the importance of passing down the Christian faith in our families.
Rev. Luke Zimmerman studies Exodus 12:1-13 regarding the Passover meal and its connections to Christ, including the foundational nature of the Passover, the sacrificial lamb whose blood marked God’s people, and the urgency of the celebration.