Unsung Hero Bible Study

Unsung Hero Bible Study

If we fully grasp what is being suggested by Jesus in His time on Earth—so much about how we interact with other people will need to change. Join Pastor Matt Smallbone as he considers what it means to be an “Unsung Hero” and how to live out Jesus’ calling in the way we treat those around us.

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Unsung Hero Bible Study
  • 1 - The Mt. Everest of Human Ethics

    “So in everything, do unto others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.” In Matthew 7:12, Jesus is incredibly clear about the way in which we should treat other people. But how do we practice what He preached? In this series, Matt Smallbone considers how t...

  • 2 - This is the Life!

    Zōē is a word in Greek that means “to live” or “quality of life”. To live with Zōē means to live a life of fullness, abundance, and joy. Does your life look like this? If not, what might be standing in your way? If we want to live lives of abundance, the first step is to love God by loving others.

  • 3 - ALL People

    In Matthew 7:12, when Jesus talks about loving others, He means all others. Not just the people closest to us, who are easiest to love, but also and especially those who are different from us, who don’t look like us, or act like us. Jesus was quick to welcome and to love and He encourages us to d...

  • 4 - The Wooden Rule

    The wooden rule is one of the most basic rules in being human. A lot of people chose to live by this–treating others exactly how they themselves have been treated. Jesus systematically dismantled this rule in his teaching in Matthew 5:43, “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and ...

  • 5 - Silver and Gold

    In our cultural moment, ethics often operate under the wooden rule. Sometimes, they elevate to the silver rule: don’t do to others what you don’t want done to you. Jesus elevates this still. He challenges us to view others–even our enemies–in the way that He sees them. If we truly claim to be fol...

  • 6 - What is Wisdom?

    In the parable of the wise and foolish builders, Jesus makes a couple of things very clear. 1) We will, all of us, build a house. 2) Our houses will all face storms. 3) The storms will reveal the quality of the building and—the foundation. What have you built your house on?