Rev. Gaven Mize studies Exodus 3:13-22 regarding the name, “I AM,” Yahweh, the LORD, as the name in which Moses was sent, the name that is given and remains upon Christians in Baptism still today. In this name, the LORD promises deliverance for Israel even in the face of Pharaoh’s hardness of heart.
Rev. Harrison Goodman studies Exodus 2:1-10 regarding the birth of Moses, the way God turns the means of death into the means of life, and the many Baptismal connections for the Christian life in the midst of persecution still today.
Rev. Brady Finnern, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church in Sartell, Minnesota, joins host Rev. AJ Espinosa to study Numbers 10.
Rev. Luke Zimmerman studies Genesis 35:1-15 regarding the importance of relationships and vows within the Lord’s religion, how the idea of reconsecrating oneself to the Lord includes removing that with is foreign to the Lord and His ways, and the Lord’s care for Jacob (and us Christians in our Baptisms).
Rev. Shawn Linnell studies Genesis 9:8-19 regarding what a covenant means, what it means that God remembers His covenant, what other visible signs we have in our Christian lives, and where else we see rainbows in scripture.
Rev. Sean Kilgo studies Genesis 8:6-19 regarding how leaving the ark relates to the Resurrection, living only according to God’s Word, letting go of things God has called us away from, the relationship of the new creation to Baptism, and how God likes order and families.
Rev. Ill studies Genesis 7:17-8:5 regarding the paradoxical flood of death and flood of life, the undoing and redoing of all creation, and the connection of the Flood to Baptism.
Rev. Matthew Wietfeldt studies Genesis 7:1-16 regarding the New Testament’s use of Noah as a warning for evil times, all of the numbers in this text and why they matter, the Ark as a type of the Church, and how the flood relates to Baptism.