We Tell People About Jesus.
WestWay Christian Church is located in Scottsbluff Nebraska. Learn more about us at www.westwaychurch.com.
The 1015- This is not MY Church
When we enter into a relationship with God, he connects us with other believers and joins us together into a body. We call this body “the church.” Like every body, there is a head, and the head of the church is Christ, and all matters within the church fall under His authority. This week’s YouVersion Event. This week’s YouVersion Reading ... Read More
Easter 2021- The Hope of Christ in a Weary World
At the beginning of Matthew 11, John the Baptist is in prison and seems to be giving up hope. He sends his disciples to Jesus to ask an important question…”Are you really the Messiah or should we keep looking?” I n response, Jesus paraphrases parts of Isaiah 35 and 61, then says, “God blesses those who do not fall away ... Read More
The 1015- The Gospels
For many years, God’s people had been looking for a Messiah to rescue them from the captivity they were in. Moses had told the children of Israel, “The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among your fellow Israelites. You must listen to him” (Deuteronomy 18:15). From that time on, they had been looking ... Read More
The 1015- A Hopeful Exile
After 70 years, God’s people came out of captivity and returned home filled with doubts: “are we really Gods people? What if we’re not? Is that why all of these bad things happened to us?” The genealogy at the beginning of Chronicles is a giant “yes, you are my people, here’s how…” from God. The focus of Chronicles and Ezra/Nehemiah ... Read More
The 1015- A Wisdom Worthy of Praise
The Bible is not a collection of lectures about God; the books of the Poets and the Wisdom Literature add depth, color, and texture that helps us realize God’s truths for us today. In them, we see the range of human emotions, thoughts, and feelings that reveal the timelessness, and the timeliness, of the Bible. This week, we’ll be talking ... Read More
The 1015- A Mighty Flood of Justice
God’s people have entered the Promised Land and begin to function as a nation. Kings rise, and kings fall. Taxes are collected, Temple worship continues. The influence of other nations (and their gods) draws the people away from the LORD. Time and time again, the leaders choose autonomy and agency over God’s plan. God responds to all of this with ... Read More