It’s a well-known scene: Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey, greeted by streets lined with coats and palm branches and cries of “Hosanna!”
It would be difficult to introduce the book of Zechariah with a better combination of urgency and anticipation than this: “The book of Zechariah
Written by Kyle Dunham and Josiah Boyd
Matthew 17 brings us to one of those glorious moments in scripture, as we get a glimpse into the holy ground that is the
There are certain sections of Scripture that seem especially holy, accounts like Moses at the burning bush, the Hebrews at the foot of Mount
Written by Josiah Boyd
The most important question ever asked, and the most important response ever written. It may seem dramatic to say so, but that is really
We’ve got our work cut out for us this week as we arrive in our study at the impressive and prophetic book of Isaiah.
Of all the books of the Bible, there may not be one that is more consistently beloved, more pastorally accessible, and more desperately read
Most cellphones today come equipped with passcodes, facial recognition software, fingerprint scanning capabilities, and multistep-step user verification. Why? It’s all for the purpose of
Written by Josiah Boyd
This week we turn a significant corner in our Cover-to-Cover series. Having traversed the path of the Pentateuch (Genesis through Deuteronomy) and walked the
Written by Golan Brosh and Josiah Boyd
As one reads the gospel according to Matthew, a pattern can be identified in how the author, inspired by the Holy Spirit, presents his
Written by Josiah Boyd
The thirteenth chapter of Matthew’s gospel records an abrupt shift in Jesus’s teaching ministry. Responding to his formal rejection as messianic King by Israel’s
Written by Josiah Boyd
Up to this point in Matthew’s gospel there has been a consistent and clear proclamation of the nearness of the kingdom of heaven (see
Written by Josiah Boyd