The Apostle Paul writes the longest of his letters to a community of Christians in Rome, announcing that he plans to visit them, to be mutually encouraged, and to be sent on by them to Spain. To accomplish the goal of having the support of the Roman Christians, Paul sets forth an account of the gospel that he preaches–particularly about the saving work of God in Christ–and spells out its implications for the Christian life. In addition, he writes concerning the salvation of the Jewish people, discusses some particulars of Christian conduct (life under the Roman government, living together in the midst of disagreements, and fulfilling the law of love). He speaks of his plans for travel as an apostle and sends greetings by name to some twenty-six persons known to him in Rome.

Jean Marais - Associate Pastor
Speaker Jean Marais — Associate Pastor

Sunday Messages

Romans 1:1-32 Live the Set-apart Life 08/27/2023 View
Romans 2:1-29 From Grace to Grace 09/03/2023 View
Romans 3:1-31 Believe the Verdict 09/10/2023 View
Romans 4:1-25 Grow Strong in Faith 09/17/2023 View
Romans 5:1-11 Faith Changes Everything 10/01/2023 View
Romans 6:1-23 Be Alive to God 10/29/2023 View
Romans 7:1-25 Die to Live 11/05/2023 View
Romans 8:1-13 Walk In the Spirit 11/12/2023 View