In this lesson, Mark Twombly finishes overviewing the work of Jesus Christ. Specifically, Mark looks at the motive for Christ’s salvation work as well as the resolution and continuation of Christ’s work. Mark concludes the overview by discussing reflections and personal application.
In this lesson, Mark Twombly begins overviewing the work of Jesus Christ. Specifically, Mark first looks at how Christ’s person corresponds to Christ’s work and then Mark considers man’s need for Christ’s work, the cost of Christ’s work, and the provision of Christ’s work.
In this lesson, Mark Twombly reviews some background information for Psalm 119 and then walks through the psalm.
In this special Sunday School lesson, Mark Twombly presents an introduction to Psalm 119 and prepares us to go more deeply into this psalm.
In this Sunday school lesson, Mark Twombly presents an overview of some key figures of the Pre-reformation and Reformation periods: John Wycliffe, John Hus, Martin Luther, John Calvin, and William Tyndale. Though these men were not perfect, God used them in a powerful way to bring his saving gospel to the world.