We all love an epic story! The story of a team who wins in spite of impossible odds, a person who rises to the top through adversity, or the near death experience. For many of us however, we feel like our lives are more of an epic failure than a success. During our series, Epic, we will discover some of the greatest stories in the Bible about real people who faced great failure and disappointing loss and how God redeems even the worst situations. Discover how God can redeem even your greatest failures.
From Prison to the PalaceJosh Britt|March 23, 2014
In Genesis 41, God uses Joseph to interpret dreams for Pharaoh that adverts Egypt from a great famine. Afterwards Joseph is freed from prison and made Pharaoh's second in command.
Potiphar's WifeJosh Britt|March 16, 2014
Even as a slave in Egypt, God was with Joseph and prospered all that he did. But Joseph soon finds himself in another situation that completely shakes his life up again.
Daydream BelieverHaley Uhrig|March 9, 2014
In Genesis 37, Joseph's brothers become jealous with him after he tells them about the dreams that he has had. They plot to kill and eventually sell Joseph into slavery. Haley explains that even when everything in your life goes completely haywire, God is still in control and is able to work things out for good.
SacrificeJosh Britt|March 2, 2014
What are you willing to sacrifice in order to be obedient to God? In Genesis 22, God gives Abraham the ultimate test of his faith. Josh explains that is able to provide for our needs in even the toughest circumstances.
CovenantJosh Britt|February 16, 2014
In Genesis 15-17, God makes a covenant with Abram that his descendants will inherit the Promised Land. Despite this promise, Abram and Sarai try to take things into there own hands. Josh explains that God can still work despite our impatience.
The CallJosh Britt|February 9, 2014
In Genesis 12, God tells Abram to leave his home and that through him the whole world would be blessed. By faith, Abram takes his wife, nephew, and servants from Haran to the land of Canan.
Babel OnHaley Uhrig|February 2, 2014
In Genesis 11, mankind disobeys God's commandment to fill the world and begins construction on a city with a tower that was to reach to the heavens. Haley explains that God is able to fulfill his plans despite human sin.
NoahJosh Britt|January 26, 2014
In Genesis 6, God finds favor with Noah and spares his family from the Great Flood. Despite this, Noah still makes mistakes, proving that you don't need to be perfect for God to use you in important ways.
Raising CainHaley Uhrig|January 19, 2014
In Genesis 4, Cain murders his brother Able. Haley explains just how important faith is in our obedience, our righteousness, dealing with sin, and the legacy that we leave.
Paradise LostJosh Britt|January 12, 2014
In Genesis 3, Adam and Eve commit the first sin against God. But instead of casting them aside, God begins his amazing story of redemption that spans for millennia and is ultimately fulfilled by the blood of Jesus.