Author Archives: Jason Solomon

The Parable of the Wicked Tenants, August 15th

Hello!  This week we will discuss the Parable of the Wicked Tenants who beat messengers from their master and finally slew his son.  This parable dredges up some uncomfortable truths about human nature, but it also reveals the longsuffering nature of God.  Join us or follow allow with the lesson as we explore this and […]

Bible Study, August 8th

Hello, I hope your having a blessed day in the service of God. We are looking forward to another Bible Study session tonight, August 8th, at Northside. Tonight we are going to cover the Parable of the Two Sons. Not to be confused with the Parable of the Prodigal Son, this one addresses the struggle […]

Bible Study – Wednesday, August 1st

The Parable of the Labourers in the Vineyard – Matthew 20:1-16 This week we resume our weekly Bible Study with an exploration of the parables of Jesus Christ. The Lord used parables to describe the nature and experience they should expect in His divine kingdom in this world. These simple stories hide amazing truths worthy […]

Bible Study Cancelled, Nov 15th

Good Evening everyone! Due the fact that most of the group is either away tonight or tied up, I am cancelling services for tonight. Pray without ceasing! Blessings to all! Jason

Bible Study Cancelled Tonight, May 24th

Bible Study is cancelled for tonight.  Please plan to resume next Wednesday, May 31st. Jason

The Seven Churches of Asia – Lessons 3 & 4

On Wednesday, May 17th, we will be playing a little catch-up as we will attempt to cover Lessons 3 & 4.  Whatever we cannot cover in this week, we will plan for next week as our focus. Lesson 3 – Smyrna Lesson Handout Smyrna is one of the few churches mentioned in Revelation that seemingly […]

The Seven Churches of Asia – Lesson 2

Lesson 2 – Ephesus Lesson 2 Handout Wednesday, May 3rd, we will cover the second lesson in this study on the letters to the Seven Churches of Asia.  The first church addressed by our Lord is to the church of Ephesus.  This once rich city was a center of commerce and Greek culture with a huge temple to the […]