Who is Jesus?
Knowing Jesus transforms us into who we were created to be. His life shows us how to live, His death provides redemption, and His resurrection promises that death is not the end.Watch Now
Manny Ruins Genesis Again
Back by popular demand! Join Manny for round two as he re-examines Genesis through modern contexts, tackling topics like ontology, gender, prayer, and the complexities of Biblical heroes.
What is Church?
What is the Church, and why does it matter? In this six-session course, Manny will unpack the Biblical principles behind the Church's identity. You'll gain a renewed vision for participating in and honoring Christ's Church.
As we go through this course, we are going to look at 5 myths surrounding purity culture. The fear tactics used to teach kids are instilling the wrong kind of motivation for staying pure. Instead of preaching STDs and teen pregnancy, we need to teach them about the truth.
Join Manny as he dives deep into understanding Prayer. Throughout this course we will look at the reasons behind prioritizing God’s will and kingdom over our own, how to pray mature and effective prayers and much more.
Manny Ruins Genesis
Forget everything you think you know about Genesis. In this course Manny tackles, myths, misconceptions, truth, and power about the book of Genesis. Throw out all your preconceived notions about the stories and world views that were birthed out of the first book of the bible because manny is here to ruin Genesis.
Welcome to our course on Fasting and Spiritual Discipline! Over these next series of videos, Manny is going to unpack Biblical fasting and Spiritual Discipline. Through this course we are going to cover eight different reasons for fasting. Grab a notebook and pen and let’s get after it!
Are you ready to level up?! In Apologetics 101, we provided you with an introduction to the world of apologetics. In this course, we are going to take a deep dive into the most common questions that present as barriers to Christian faith: (1) Is truth absolute or relative?; (2) Do all roads lead to heaven?; (3) If God is all good and all powerful, why do bad things happen?
If there is one thing we have learned over the past few years is that we need better leaders! Not just leaders in church, but in all aspects of life. If you lead in any way, shape, or form, this course is for you. Andrew Damazio takes us through 7 questions every leader should consider. As we go through the questions, don’t think about the leaders in your life. Think of yourself as a leader. How are you, as a leader, responding to these questions?
If you are wrestling with questions about the Christian faith or doing life with people who are asking questions about Christianity that you’re not quite sure how to answer, we created this course for you. We want you to equip you to not only be able to confidently state what you believe, but also be able to confidently explain to others why you believe it.
This course and it’s corresponding book with the same title, written by Manny Arango, is a biblical roadmap for winning the battles in your mind. Identify faulty ways of thinking and learn how to take every thought captive under the authority of Christ.
In this course we are going to peek into what life in the church in Corinth was like. Which was less than ideal during this time. As we go through 1 and 2 Corinthians, we will tackle issues like wealth, sexuality, sexual immorality and idolatry. In these letters we will get to see Paul’s pastoral side and learn from how he dealt with such a hectic time in church history.
Character of God
How does God describe himself? What is God’s character? If Muslims believe that Allah has the same nature as YAHWEH then how are they different? What does God’s character reveal about us and how we should worship him? We’re going to answer all these questions and more in this course!
Deuteronomy is perhaps the most important book in Scripture. This is both because of its unique position in the Bible, and its unique genre and the theological implications of it. Deuteronomy is foundational in our understanding of the Bible and Jesus. If we are to become more like Jesus we have to understand the book of Deuteronomy.
Paul and the Powers
If you are a christian and believe in God and his activity in this world, the natural next step is to look at the powers and how they interact with the world! Through this course we will walk you through the Old and New Testaments to understand the foundation of Paul’s understanding of cosmic beings.
Deconstruction is a hot topic right now, but do we really know what it is? Join Dr. Joel Muddamalle and Manny as they discuss what deconstruction is and what that means for us.
This course is a deep dive into the theology of preaching.This course was created to help preachers gain confidence in what they are preaching and why they choose to get up behind the pulpit week after week. In this course, we will look at God’s original design for preaching and how it was adapted from the culture of the Old Testament to the culture of the New Testament.
Join Manny and Dr. Joel Muddamalle, as they discuss the Multi-ethnic church. What is the Multi-ethnic church? Is it necessary? Is it a good thing? Should all churches strive to be Multi-ethnic? Let's Talk about it!
This conversation is not really about tithing or finances, rather it's about faithfulness, stewardship, trustworthiness, greed, idolatry, discipleship, following Jesus, faith ,and trust. The goal of this course is to live life God's way, to be better with your life, to steward your life.
Luke and Acts
Although they are separate books within the New Testament, the books of Luke and Acts are best seen as one work divided into two books.You might call the one work “History of Christian Origins”, it continues the story beyond Jesus and shows how the Church continued his life and ministry.
Intro to the Gospels
Why do we need an introduction to the Gospels? Imagine how different the world was at the time of Christ! As we open the pages of the New Testament, there are questions we need to be asking: Who are these Pharisees? What is a Synagogue? Who are these Sadducees? Who is Herod? When we open the Gospels we are entering a different world!
In this letter the debate and struggles of the early Church are put on full display. You may have heard one of Galatian's notorious verses about justification and faith, but there is much more for us to learn.
Women in Ministry
Often times we debate whether it is Biblical for women to be in modern ministry by misusing passages written by Paul, but if we look deeper we might discover a different meaning.
The Gospel of Mark
Why doesn't Mark include the birth or early life of Jesus? Why does it feel like Mark is rushing through this thing? Where are all the parables? Dive into Mark and discover what makes this Gospel unique.
Exodus is a foundational book for understanding Old Testament theology. Moses wrote the first 5 books of the Old Testament, but when he wrote Exodus he was writing the events that he actually lived through.
Systematic Theology I
Most Christians know some theological truths, but they don't know where that truth can be found in scripture or how those passages applied to original Biblical audiences.
Intro to the Bible
There is a gap between us and the audiences of the Bible. Scripture is an ancient document that was written for us, but it was not written to us. Uncover the fundamentals that help us understand the Bible.
If we're being honest, most of us completely overlook Amos. It was important enough to be included in the Bible, and we have to answer this question: What does this farmer turned prophet have to say?
Systematic Theology II
In part 2 of Systematic Theology, we continue our journey to develop a firm theological foundation. Systematic theology is a great place to start understanding theology and scripture for yourself.
As infamous as this book may be, there are still a lot of questions most people leave unanswered. Step into the ancient world, look at Genesis with a fresh perspective, and see beyond the surface.
Revelation is a controversial topic in the modern church. Is this a prophecy of the end times? Have the events described already happened? Where do tribulation and the rapture fit into all of this?
Ephesians could have been written yesterday. The letter addresses gender inequality, racial divisions, culture in the home, division in churches, the identity of believers, spiritual warfare, and so much more.