In order to find comfort in this world, we need first to be honest about our sin and misery. Pastor Nate Harlan leads us through the next few questions of the Heidelberg Catechism in which we contrast our felt needs with our true needs as explained by Scripture.
How may we live and die happily? The Heidelberg Catechism gives a three-fold answer: Know your great sin, know who delivers you from that sin, and know how to express your gratitude to God for your deliverance. Pastor Nate Harlan leads us through this family study.
Despite our church’s propensity to go down any number of interesting rabbit trails during the family study, Pastor Nate Harlan says that this time we will wrap up Question 1 of the Heidelberg Catechism.
Pastor Nate Harlan continues our discussion centered around The Heidelberg Confession. The group talks about our comfort in life and death, and how the world’s comfort is fleeting and even non-sensical.
Pastor Nate Harlan begins a study on the Heidelberg Catechism, beginning with its purpose and history. This catechism was commissioned in 1563 by a Protestant prince to aid in the teaching of Reformed Christian doctrine.
Many evangelical Christians struggle with explaining the importance of the Incarnation. But this doctrine is essential to our faith for this reason: It protects us from idolatry. Pastor Nate Harlan explains in this family study.