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10:00am

 
If you plan to visit, calling ahead is advised due to the obscurity of our location.

Christ Church—Radford

6226 University Park Drive

Radford, VA 24141

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Jonah (Jonah 1-2)

Though we do not get much background on Jonah in this account, we know from 2 Kings 14:25 that Jonah was not a novice in the service of God. As the son of a prophet, Jonah had likely been exposed to the ministries of men like Elija and Elisha, and would have been a man with a rich heritage of spiritual blessings. And yet we see that past privileges are no substitute for pr...

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Christ in the Courts (Luke 23:1-31)

Jesus is presented by the Sanhedrin to Pilate as a politically motivated revolutionary with aspirations for the throne of the land. But Pilate recognized that Jesus is not concerned with overthrowing rulers now or setting up a physical kingdom. He makes his initial declaration of Christ's innocence, saying, "I find no guilt in this man." At this point, the trial should be ...

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Betrayed, Denied, & Tried (Luke 22:47-71)

Despite the many displays of Christ's mercy to Judas in warning him not to become the betrayer, Judas nonetheless does betray Him, using a sign of friendship and love to mark Him out for the captors. Seeing what was taking place, the disciples ask Jesus whether or not they should strike the soldiers, yet Peter does not wait for an answer. Impatiently (though not without lo...

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Greatness & the Garden (Luke 22:21-46)

As the disciples begin to consider who among them is the one betraying Jesus (each one honestly considering whether he might be the betrayer himself), their minds are quickly taken up with the consideration of who among them is the greatest. In other words, at the depth of Christ's humiliation, the disciples are arguing about their own greatness. We see similar discussions...

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