In a very real sense, storytelling is what connects us to each other and our humanity. It is what links us to our past, and provides a bridge into our future. From the beginning, human beings have told stories.

But our own individual stories do not exist in isolation. We are part of a bigger story, God’s Story. That’s what the Bible is all about, it outlines God’s unfolding love affair with His creation, humanity, and the extreme measures He takes to rescue lost and hurting people.

Starting in January we began with our second installment of The Story. In the nine weeks that lead up to our Easter series, we will be concluding the second movement, The Story of Israel, by looking specifically at:

13. The King Who Had It All
14. A Kingdom Torn in Two
15. God’s Messengers
16. The Beginning of the End (of the Kingdom of Israel)
17. The Kingdoms’ Fall
18. Daniel in Exile
19. The Return Home
20. The Queen of Beauty and Courage
21. Rebuilding the Walls

It promises to be a very enriching and enlightening time together. We encourage you to continue to read along with us in the book and to join us each week as we continue this exciting journey together.

You can follow along at home each week by reading, The Story, a narrative translation of the Bible. These books are available to be purchased for $10 each at North Park.

The Story tells the grandest, most compelling saga of all of history. It is the story of the one true God, and how He so loved His children, that He established for them a way of salvation and provided a pathway for all eternity with Him.

Join us for this epic adventure as a church as we launch The Story, at North Park. You may even want to prayerfully consider inviting a friend who has never heard this story. It may just be a life-changing experience for everybody.