A Call for New Testament Christianity

Lesson 7 – A Coming to Prepare For

Have you ever anticipated a big day: graduation, wedding, or the birth of a child? There is a big day coming, a day when Jesus returns. Join Neal Pollard in considering eternity and a coming to prepare for.

Lesson 6 – A Culture to Reach

In the First Century, Christians were looked at as being strange. They were different than the world around them. Today is no different. While Christians are not seeking to be odd, we are seeking to be distinct. Join Neal Pollard as he looks at answering the question, “How can a distinct Church reach the culture in which it lives?”

Lesson 5 – A Church to Find

How can we find the Church we read about in the New Testament? It is not about who is right, but what is right. Join Neal Pollard as he looks into the Bible to read about the starting point of the Lord’s Church–a Church to find.

Lesson 4 – A Cleansing to Enjoy

How does something, so plainly taught in the Bible, wind up as something so controversial in the religious world? For the fourth lesson in this series, Neal Pollard goes into the subject of baptism: what the Bible says about it and the important role it plays in New Testament Christianity.

Lesson 3 – A Change to Make

This third lesson dives into 2 Corinthians 7:8-11 and goes over a difficult topic when coming to Christ: repentance. Change from a life of sin is a requirement from God that no one is exempt from acting upon (Acts 7:30-31). Join Neal Pollard as he discusses the 3 elements of repentance and what it requires from us.

Lesson 2 – A Christ to Follow

In this second lesson, Neal Pollard focuses on Matthew 5-7 and discusses the stark contrast between the Pharisees’ influence of superficial religion versus the religion Christ offered.

Lesson 1 – A Concept to Understand

While there are some things we may not know on this side of time, what God wants for us is a concept meant to be understood. God has given us His Word so that we can understand what He has in mind for us. Join Neal Pollard as he discusses Ephesians 3, and what Paul calls “the mystery.”