Lent Midweek Series
God of the Cross
Our God is a crucified God. Not only is this unique among the world’s religions, it is center of our faith, the source of our salvation, our hope and the shape of our lives.
What does it mean that our God is the God of the cross? Our Lent Midweek series takes a look at different facets of the cross and what they tell us about our God.
February 17: A Just God
The cross show us God’s judgment on our sins. We are called to repent in light of the judgment of God
February 24: A Redeeming God
God has paid the price for our sins completely. We are redeemed because of the cross
March 3: A Loving God
The cross settles for all time the question of whether God loves us. The cross becomes a picture of the essence of God’s love.
March 10: A Hidden God
The cross does not look like God saving the world, but it is. Our God’s identity and work are often hidden behind images of weakness and loss.
March 17: A Suffering God
Our God is no stranger to suffering. The cross shows us our God as a victim of suffering.
March 24: A Calling God
The cross is also the shape of our lives when we respond to Christ’s call to take up our cross and follow Him.