Resources, sermons, and notes from Josh Hawkins.

Video
By Josh Hawkins Posted on March 10, 2015

While in Jerusalem for feast of the Jews, Jesus heals a paralyzed man at the Pool of Bethesda. When confronted by the Jewish authorities, Jesus asserts His divinity by saying that He and His Father are working on the Sabbath. Once again, Jesus asserts His authority over the leadership and their system. This episode examines the events found in John 5.

Video
By Josh Hawkins Posted on March 3, 2015

Upon His return to Galilee, Jesus enters his hometown of Nazareth and stands up in the synagogue on the Sabbath. Reading from the scroll of the prophet Isaiah, Jesus identifies Himself as the one who will accomplish the things written. The Jews, in utter disbelief, attempt to throw him off of a cliff. This episode develops the importance of Jesus' words and actions in this scene.

Video
By Josh Hawkins Posted on February 24, 2015

After being rejected in Jerusalem by the Jewish authorities, Jesus heads to Galilee to begin his appeal in the north. This episode discusses why Jesus' ministry likely lasted only two years, lays out the basic timeline of His ministry, and introduces the "Early Galilean" period.

Audio
By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 24, 2014

“Thanksgiving” is a concept seen throughout the Scriptures. Although it’s good that Americans set aside a Thursday every November to be intentionally thankful, the Bible says much more about giving thanks than just one day a year can handle. Christian gratitude is rooted in the story of the Gospel.

In this teaching given in November 2014 in College Station, TX, Josh walks through the story of the Bible and explains why thanksgiving must be experienced and not merely be words on our lips.

Document
By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 24, 2014

“Thanksgiving” is a concept seen throughout the Scriptures. Although it’s good that Americans set aside a Thursday every November to be intentionally thankful, the Bible says much more about giving thanks than just one day a year can handle. Christian gratitude is rooted in the story of the Gospel.

In this teaching given in November 2014 in College Station, TX, Josh walks through the story of the Bible and explains why thanksgiving must be experienced and not merely be words on our lips.

Audio
By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 10, 2014

How does our love and faith in Jesus grow stronger? In this short teaching given to a group of college ministry interns, Josh walks through some practical steps of growing in love for Jesus by growing in the knowledge of Him. By looking at what He said, what He did, and what He promised to do, we can grow in substantial relationship with Him.

Document
By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 10, 2014

How does our love and faith in Jesus grow stronger? In this short teaching given to a group of college ministry interns, Josh walks through some practical steps of growing in love for Jesus by growing in the knowledge of Him. By looking at what He said, what He did, and what He promised to do, we can grow in substantial relationship with Him.

Audio
By Josh Hawkins Posted on October 13, 2014

The pages of Scripture constantly call God's people to walk in humility because of the way it bears witness to His character. In this teaching given in College Station, Texas in October 2014, Josh walks through the story of Jesus as seen in Philippians 2:5-11. In seeing who He is and what He has done, we see true humility and are empowered to walk in it.

Document
By Josh Hawkins Posted on October 13, 2014

The pages of Scripture constantly call God's people to walk in humility because of the way it bears witness to His character. In this teaching given in College Station, Texas in October 2014, Josh walks through the story of Jesus as seen in Philippians 2:5-11. In seeing who He is and what He has done, we see true humility and are empowered to walk in it.

Article
By Josh Hawkins Posted on August 17, 2014

The blogosphere and social media world have recently been filled with news of atrocities taking place all over the Middle East (some of which are just rumors spread by social media). One of the affected cities is Mosul, Iraq where a Muslim group, ISIS, has taken control. Christians have been driven from their homes and forced to renounce Christ at the penalty of death. Syrian Christians have recently also been heavily oppressed by Muslims.

If we were Christians living in the Roman...

Pages