We all struggle with understanding grace in our lives. We don't really want grace, we want to earn it, we want to live by our own merit. But we have no merit before God, but must rely entirely on his grace, and be washed by the waters of baptism to be forgiven for sin through Jesus Christ. Even in the Old Testament we see this when Naaman must wash in the Jordan in order to be washed of leprosy by the grace of God, and by His grace alone. Guest speaker Rev. Mike Biggs shows us how this story of Naaman points us to the washing from Jesus Christ in his message from 2 Kings 5 to the Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Oklahoma.
Entries from February 2011
February 24th, 2011 · Comments
February 17th, 2011 · Comments
The world is broken. There is war, and rape, and family struggles. There is pain, and addictions, and hate. There often just doesn't look like a lot of hope. So where do we go? Where do we go to find hope? We go to a man. Campus minister Doug Serven shows how the prophet Isaiah points to Jesus Christ as the man who brings hope in his message from the book of Isaiah to the Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Oklahoma.
February 10th, 2011 · Comments
The snow may continue to stop RUF, but it can never stop this week's podcast of Rev. Doug Serven interviewing OURUF alum, Dr. Collin Barnes.
February 4th, 2011 · Comments
The snow may have stopped us from RUF this week, but it doesn't stop us from podcasting a brand new OURUF short. This week campus minister Doug Serven interviews the campus minister from The Wesley, the Methodist campus ministry at OU.