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Map of Greece and modern day Turkey emphasizing the location of Ephesus

“Grace be with all those who love our Lord Jesus Christ in sincerity.” Ephesians 6:24

While in Roman custody, the apostle Paul wrote this letter to the church in Ephesus to encourage its congregations in their faith in Christ. The result is a detailed account of God’s blessings and expectations for individuals, families and church members. And to protect the believer in the battle against the evil of Satan, Paul includes the metaphor of the “whole armor of God”.

$15 Suggested Donation (3 DVDs – 12 Teachings)

Always Be Ready To Give a Defense

Answers to common questions and criticisms of the Bible

In this 12-part series, Pastor Lea examines twelve common topics about Christianity and the Bible, provides reasonable, biblically and scientifically sound answers to seekers of the truth about God and our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Suggested Donation $15 (3 DVDs – 12 Teachings)


“...for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God..” Romans 3:23

The Colosseum with "The Book of Romans" written over the top.

Eloquent and systematic in its teachings, the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Roman church provides arguably the clearest explanation of the Christian gospel found in the Bible.  If you want to understand the fundamental teachings of Christianity, please join Pastor Kevin Lea as he takes us through the letter to the Romans verse by verse. By providing historical background and context, Pastor Kevin will help you gain a deeper insight into the Gospel (Good News) that God has provided the world through His son, Jesus Christ.

Suggested Donation $30 6 DVDs – 22 Teachings

The Unfulfilled Prophecies of Psalm 83 & Isaiah 17

Are they imminent?

Do not keep silent, O God!… For behold, Your enemies make a tumult….. They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more.” Psalms 83:1-4

Behold, Damascus will cease from being a city, And it will be a ruinous heap.” Isaiah 17:1

Map of Israel overlaid with fire.

Turn on the news today, and you will hear numerous reports of conflicts and problems across the globe. Listen for very long, and it becomes obvious that tensions surrounding the tiny country of Israel are the top stories. Using events happening before our eyes, Pastor Kevin Lea analyzes the meaning behind two of the most interesting and dire prophecies of the Bible. Found in Isaiah 17 and Psalm 83, these prophecies describe a devastating conflict in the Middle East between Israel and her neighbors.  With ancient hatred of the Jews continuing to our day, war in the Middle East has happened before and is expected to happen again. But the city of Damascus made a ruinous heap? With modern weaponry and current tensions, this biblical prophecy has never seemed so close to fulfillment. Join Pastor Kevin as he explores the timing and circumstances of the conflict that

Suggested Donation $10 1 DVD – 2 Teachings


What does the Bible say about Them? Why do They Happen?

Images of damage from earthquakes and volcanoes and a map of the world

In recent years, the world has experienced several severe earthquakes resulting in the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives and hundreds of billions of dollars of property damage. In this two-part study, Pastor Kevin Lea looks at earthquakes from both a biblical and secular point of view.  This thought-provoking study is for challenges current scientific theories about what causes earthquakes and proposes an alternate view that is supported by observed facts.

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The Flood of Noah

“Compelling Evidence for the Biblical Account of a Global Flood”

The Flood of Noah - Compelling Evidence for the Biblical Account of a Global Flood

For forty days the flood kept coming on the earthThe waters rose and covered the mountains to a depth of more than twenty feet.”  Genesis 6:17a, 20

Where did all this water come from? And where did it go when the waters subsided? How could there possibly be enough water to cover all the mountains of the earth?  Pastor Kevin Lea presents Dr. Walt Brown’s Hydroplate Theory and examines the Genesis account of the flood of Noah to answer these and many other questions.

Suggested Donation $10 1 DVD – 2 Teachings

How Close Are We to the Last Days?

New Years 2010 Update

How close are we to the last days?

Throughout history, we’ve been warned many times that “the end is near.” But proposed dates come and go. Why were they wrong? Is it even possible to know when we are in the “Last Days?” In this study, Pastor Kevin Lea examines four key requirements for a literal fulfillment of the biblical prophecies about the Last Days.

To download the PowerPoint Presentation and handout that go with this study or to view the study on YouTube, click here to go to the online audio for this series on the Topical Sermons page.

Suggested Donation $10 1 DVD – 1 Teaching

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In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1

The earth from space, Noah's Ark, the Pyramids.

So begins Genesis, the first book of the Bible, in which God reveals our beginnings and His loving plan for our future.

Many of the stories in the Book of Genesis are familiar: Adam and Eve, Noah and the flood, Abraham, and the Exodus from Egypt. However, Genesis is far more than just an interesting historical narrative.  Pastor Kevin Lea leads us through this fascinating book, verse-by-verse to help us understand our beginnings and our need for God’s plan of salvation.

 Suggested Donation $40  8 DVDs – 32 Teachings


Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; Before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations.” Jeremiah 1:5

The Book of Jeremiah - "Thus says the Lord"

One of the great prophets of the Bible, Jeremiah was chosen by God to spend more than 40 years preaching and pleading with the people of Israel and other nations to repent of their sin.

Jeremiah lived in a time of turmoil in the ancient Middle East as battles between the kingdoms of Babylon and Egypt were fought. In the midst of this was Israel, which had turned away from God’s word and had embraced all manner of evil. A tender man, sick in his heart about the judgment that he knew was coming, Jeremiah continued year after year to warn the people and their kings of the dire consequences for their sin.

As Pastor Kevin Lea leads us through a verse by verse look at the times and prophesies of Jeremiah, we learn many insights into history, prophecy, and the tender heart of this prophet. God had a plan for Jeremiah’s life, and even though it included seeing his beloved Jerusalem destroyed and his people taken away in bondage, it also included hope for the future. Jeremiah’s unshakeable faith in the word of God is an example for every believer today.

 Suggested Donation $30  6 DVDs – 24 Teachings


The Book of Daniel

Daniel’s life spanned the 70-year Babylonian exile of the Jewish people, which began approximately 605 BC, and God used him in unique ways.  Only to Daniel did God reveal the fall of the Babylonian Empire and the rise and fall of the Medo-Persian, Grecian, and Last Days world empires.  Chapter 11 reveals amazing details about the then-future power struggle between the northern and southern splinter factions of the Grecian empire following the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC, events which took place exactly as described.  Only in Daniel do we discover the precise timing of the First Coming of the promised Messiah along with the information that He would be “cut off” (die).  Daniel also prophesied about the subsequent destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple, which occurred in AD 70, again, exactly as he described.

It is my prayer that the studies on this DVD will assist you in trusting the miraculous nature of God’s holy and prophetic Word, and in doing so, will also help prepare you to be ready for His Second Coming by growing in the grace and knowledge of Jesus as Savior.

Pastor Kevin Lea

 Suggested Donation $20 4 DVDs – 14 Teachings


Now the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah. And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.” Jonah 1:17

The Book of Jonah

Most know the biblical story of Jonah, who was swallowed by a great fish but emerged alive three days later. While many dismiss the story as a parable, a careful study shows this book to be a historical narrative that Jesus Himself used as an analogy of His own death and resurrection. The Book of Jonah contains many themes: God’s mercy on the repentant, God’s sovereignty over creation, and the patience of God with the disobedient, among others. In this study, Pastor Kevin Lea explores the Biblical importance and historical context of this short but profound book.

 Suggested Donation $5 1 DVD – 1 Teaching


Yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will joy in the God of my salvation.” Habakkuk 3:18

The book of Habakkuk

Do you wonder how God can tolerate the immorality, violence, contention, and lawlessness that we see around us today?  Do you ask how things can possibly get much worse, but sense that they will?  The prophet Habakkuk asked these and similar questions more than 2,600 years ago about his own nation of Israel.   In response, God describes in clear detail His coming judgment of the nation’s sinfulness. 

As Pastor Kevin Lea leads us through this amazing book verse-by-verse, we come to understand the historical context in which Habakkuk wrote as well as the prophetic meaning for his time and our own.  We see that God is just and will judge sin.  At the same time, God will comfort and save those who love Him as they receive His offer of salvation by faith. We are challenged to choose, as did Habakkuk, to trust God.

Suggested Donation $5 1 DVD – 2 Teachings


"...He [Jesus] too shared in their humanity so that by His death he might destroy him who holds the power of death—that is, the devil— and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death... Because he himself suffered when he was tempted, he is able to help those who are being tempted." Hebrews 2:14b, 18

Luke is the third of the three Synoptic Gospel accounts. (“Synoptic” means “similar” or “seeing with the same eye”) Although Matthew, Mark and Luke are very similar in their relating of the birth, life, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus, each was written to a different audience.  Luke, a physician, emphasized the humanity of Jesus to his Gentile audience – that Jesus was not just fully God, but also fully Man.

Suggested Donation $45 9 DVDs – 35 Teachings


The book of Acts

Written by Luke, a Gentile Physician and companion of the Apostle Paul, the Book of Acts documents the early history of the Christian Church.  It covers about 33 years from the ascension of Jesus into heaven until Paul is imprisoned in Rome awaiting his trial before Caesar Nero.

During my time of preparation for this study, God imparted to me a renewed emphasis on how He used His Apostles to maintain a purity of the gospel message and then gave them (especially Paul) the courage to take a stand for the truth, even when it cost them everything. It is my prayer that these studies will create and/or deepen your relationship with Jesus and encourage you to be steadfast in your faith in these last days.

Pastor Kevin Lea

 Suggested Donation $35  7 DVDs – 25 Teachings

1 Corinthians

The book of First Corinthians

The ancient Grecian city of Corinth was a prosperous, bustling metropolis and a center of trade.  It was also a hub of sexual immorality, vice, and various false religions.  It was in this setting that the Apostle Paul founded the Corinthian church as described in Acts 18:1-18.  In 1 Corinthians, his letter to the now-struggling Corinthian church, the Apostle Paul responds to reports of divisions and immorality creeping into their midst.  He also answers questions from the church about marriage, liberties, worship, and spiritual gifts.  Throughout, Paul proclaims the wisdom and relevance of the Gospel of Christ Jesus to the believer’s life, words which are as applicable to us today as to then.

Suggested Donation $35 7 DVDs – 25 Teachings

2 Corinthians

The book of Second Corinthians

Of all the letters written by the Apostle Paul, 2 Corinthians may have been the most difficult for him to write.  Written to help the this still-struggling church deal with numerous problems, Paul makes a passionate plea for these new believers in Christ to turn away from ungodly behavior and to reject the attacks on the gospel.  Paul’s Spirit-inspired words are as timely and relevant to the church today as ever as he challenges his readers to, “Examine yourselves as to whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves.” (2 Corinthians 13:5) and “Become complete. Be of good comfort, be of one mind, live in peace; and the God of love and peace will be with you.” (2 Corinthians 13:11).

Suggested Donation $15 3 DVDs – 10 Teachings


The book of Galatians

Believed to be the first epistle (letter) written by the Apostle Paul, this book was addressed to the churches of Galatia (located in modern Turkey) after he established them during his first missionary journey.  False teachers had soon arrived after Paul’s departure, trying to convince these new gentile believers that faith in Jesus (alone) as their Savior was not sufficient for them to inherit everlasting life, that they also had to observe all the Jewish traditions and rituals in order to be acceptable to God.  

 In this letter, Paul rebukes the false teachers, reminds the Galatian Christians that those saved by faith in Jesus Christ are no longer under the curse of the law, and exhorts them to use their newfound liberty to serve Jesus in the power of the Spirit. These encouragements are just as applicable today as in Paul’s day, and we pray these studies will minister the truth of the gospel to your hearts too.

Suggested Donation $15 3 DVDs – 10 Teachings


Even while imprisoned in Rome, the Apostle Paul writes to believers at the Philippian church to encourage the them to “Rejoice always!” The words “rejoice” and “joy” appear 12 times in this short epistle. We get a glimpse of Paul triumphing in and through his suffering, and we see the selflessness of both him and his assistant, Epaphroditus. Above all, we see our Savior Jesus, who being in form God, became a man and submitted to death upon a cross. This is the gospel – that God became a man, died a substitutionary death on our behalf, rose from the dead, ascended to heaven, and is coming again!

As we see the Day of the Lord approaching, may this book be an encouragement to you to rejoice, to serve one another, and to look to Jesus, the Name above all Names.

Suggested Donation $5  1 DVD – 2 Teachings

1 & 2 Thessalonians

First and Second Thessalonians

First and Second Thessalonians, two letters by Paul the Apostle to the Church at Thessalonica, contain numerous, unique prophecies pertaining to the last days.  In these two letters, Paul answers with unique clarity many questions about our Lord’s Second Coming that are not addressed anywhere else in the New Testament.

It is my prayer that this DVD will assist you in understanding God’s timing so that you will be ready for His coming. I also pray these studies will minister the truth of the gospel to your hearts.

Pastor Kevin Lea

Suggested Donation $10 2 DVDs – 5 Teachings


The brief but poignant letter from the Apostle Paul to his friend Philemon provides a wonderful illustration of God’s grace and forgiveness. It is a passionate appeal to Philemon to forgive and welcome back his runaway slave, Onesimus. The story of a slave owner from ancient times and his runaway slave might seem irrelevant to modern times. But when we see how the slave Onesimus recognized that he needed to ask forgiveness of his master, we begin to see the parallels with our own lives. We have all run away from God’s love and the debt we owe him. And just as Paul became the mediator between Philemon and Onesimus, our ultimate mediator is Jesus who through Him we can find forgiveness. If you are running away from God’s love, we pray that the Book of Philemon will show you true grace and forgiveness.

Suggested Donation $5 1 DVD – 1 Teaching


The book of Jude - contending for the faith

Jude is an urgently-written letter by the half-brother of our Lord to the early church warning against false teachers infiltrating their midst. Using strong examples from the early descendents of Adam through the time of Moses, Jude illustrates man’s struggle against sin and God’s eventual judgment. The letter is both a warning and a reminder. “Grumblers, complainers, walking according to their own lusts” have down through time twisted God’s Word and led many away from the faith. In Jude’s time, and ours, many of these ungodly men “have crept in [the church] unnoticed.” This book warns believers of all times to beware.

Jude also exhorts believers: “But you, beloved, building yourselves up on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.”

Suggested Donation $5  1 DVD – 1 Teaching


Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it; for the time is near.” Revelation 1:3

For nearly 2,000 years, the book of Revelation has been regarded by scholars and critics alike as a mysterious conclusion to the Bible. Many think it is so mysterious that it is impossible for readers to understand with any degree of certainty what God was saying through the Apostle John. Does God want the reader to understand this provocative book? It is clear from the first few verses that God does want His servants to understand this prophecy because it explains the events surrounding the Second Coming of our Savior, Jesus. But all serious Bible students agree it is a difficult book to understand.

In this DVD set, Pastor Kevin leads us verse by verse through this last book of the Bible. As we approach the return of Jesus, the mysteries of Revelation are becoming easier to decipher. We pray this set of DVDs will be a blessing to all who join in this study.

Suggested Donation $35  7 DVDs – 21 Teachings

The Trinity

Truths about the Triune Nature of God

The Lord our God, the Lord is one!” Deuteronomy 6:4

The Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  How can one God also be three? Pastor Kevin Lea explores the biblical basis for the trinity in this three-part study. Using verses throughout the entire Bible along with the meaning of the original Hebrew and Greek words, Pastor Kevin shows how God’s word makes it clear that both Jesus and the Holy Spirit are equally God. In Jesus’ own words (John 8:58), “Most assuredly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM.” This one statement illustrates Jesus’ claim to be equal to the great “I AM” as God described himself to Moses (Exodus 3:14). This and other examples during the course of this study provide ample evidence to challenge skeptics who question the deity of Jesus as well as that of the Holy Spirit. This study that will strengthen the faith of believers and answer the questions of those seeking to understand the God of the Bible. Click here to go to the online audio for this series on the Topical Sermons page. Links to the handouts are listed below the sermon titles.

 Suggested Donation $10  1 DVD – 3 Teachings

Summary Handout on the Trinity

Handout for Part 1;

Handout for Part 2;

Handout for Part 3;

Life More Abundantly

Jesus said, “I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” John 10:10

Does this promise apply only to the eternal life that true believers in Jesus will have in heaven, or was Jesus saying that we can have abundant life here on earth, too? In this four-sermon series, Pastors Kevin Lea and Jeremy McLellan show that this promise does apply to life with our families here on earth as well – as long as we obey God.

A man and woman getting married and smiling children

So what does the Bible teach about relationships between husbands, wives, and children?  How can families get back on track if they have been on the road to failure? The Pastors apply insights gleaned from the Bible and many years of pastoring as they answer these and many other questions from the Word of God. They share practical ways to obey God in the family issues that are hindering many from experiencing the abundant life God has promised to those who love Him.  

Our prayer is that this series will assist you in experiencing abundant life now and for all of eternity.

Suggested Donation $10  1 DVD – 4 Teachings

Why Bethlehem, Shepherds, and Wise Men?

Every Christmas, we celebrate the miraculous birth of a Child born in Bethlehem more than two thousand years ago.  We delight anew in the story of the Baby laying in a manger, the angelic visitation to nearby shepherds, and the wise men from the East who follow a star to worship the Child.

Shepherds and Wise Men looking at a star

However, there is a wondrous tapestry of meaning and significance behind these seeming unconnected details of the birth of our Lord.  In this study, Pastor Kevin Lea uses biblical and extra-biblical historical references to lead us in a fascinating discovery of why God chose Bethlehem for the birth of His Son, why the news of his birth was first heralded to lowly shepherds on a nearby hill, and who the wise men from the East were.  You will develop an even richer love and appreciation for all that we celebrate at Christmas!

Suggested Donation $10  1 DVD – 4 Teachings


Sun behind clouds with a man sitting on the ground. "The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away; Blessed be the name of the Lord." Job 1:21

Job had it all – great wealth and a family to share it with. But unlike many with such power and wealth, Job remained humble and was “blameless and upright, and one who feared God and shunned evil” (Job 1:1). Life was good for Job until one day, for no apparent reason, it was all stripped away.

The Book of Job has inspired readers for centuries with the story of a man with an unshakeable faith in and submission to the greatness of God. Join Pastor Kevin as we explore the limits of human suffering and faith.

Suggested Donation $20  4 DVDs – 15 Teachings