The Rescue Project

The Rescue Project

9 Episodes

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We passionately believe that the most urgent task is the compelling proclamation of the gospel, one that not only shares it in an attractive – and concentrated – way, but that also offers people a way of seeing reality, and of making sense of the world, history, and life that is vastly different from the story our modern culture tells.

Until this happens, the Christian faith is often experienced as a mere set of rules and disciplines, and simply going to Church isn’t likely to lead a person to embark on the great adventure that is following Jesus and continuing His mission of the rescuing of this world.

Created. Captured. Rescued. Response.
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The Rescue Project
  • Ch 1 Why stories are important

    Episode 1

    Everyone sees reality through a particular worldview, a set of lenses, if you will. In this introduction, we offer a set of lenses that brings hope.

    “This is how stories work. They invite listeners into a new world, and encourage them to make it their own, to see their ordinary world from now on...

  • Ch 2 Why is there something rather than nothing?

    Episode 2

    Chapter Two examines Scipture’s answer to this profound question and the impact it can have on our lives right now.

    “Either all individual things are the product of evolution, including man. Or else they are not…Of course, the question remains open whether being … has a meaning and it cannot be ...

  • Ch 3 The Enemy is the enemy

    Episode 3

    Why is everything so obviously messed up? Chapter Three shines light on why things are not as they should be, and identifies the one and only enemy of the human race.

    “The sight of these happy creatures filled the devil and his fallen angels with anger and envy. They took thought as to how they ...

  • Ch 4 It gets worse

    Episode 4

    Chapter Four helps us to understand what the dire predicament every single human person is in and why we need someone to rescue us.

    “The controlling metaphor of this section is slavery and freedom. Paul paints a black-or- white picture of the human situation: either one lives in service to sin a...

  • Ch 5 What if anything has God done about it?

    Episode 5

    We turn our gaze to Jesus and ask, “Was he simply a wise, kind, and good man – or did He come to rescue us from powers against which we could never compete on our own?”

    “Lord God Almighty, who sent your Only Begotten Son to endow humankind, imprisoned in slavery to Sin, with the freedom of Your ...

  • Ch 6 What difference does it make?

    Episode 6

    Chapter Six delves into the many ways a person’s life can be changed right now because of the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.

    “Let no one fear death, for the Death of our Savior has set us free. He has destroyed it by enduring it. He destroyed Hades when He descended into it. He put it into...

  • Ch 7 Words are not enough

    Episode 7

    Chapter Seven reminds us that as important as a compelling argument can be, there is something — Someone — necessary to move me to surrender.

    “It is the Holy Spirit, therefore, who instills the sentiment of divine sonship into the heart, who makes us feel (not just know!) that we are children of...

  • Ch 8 What does God want from me?

    Episode 8

    Does God have a preferred way to be thanked? We think He does and Chapter Eight breaks open the unexpected answer.

    “…When the Son of Man comes, will He find faith on earth?” – Luke 18:8

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  • Ch 9 Getting Clarity on the Mission

    Episode 9

    What are we supposed to be doing with our lives right now? Chapter Nine breaks open 6 answers to this question.

    “In the high-stakes drama all around us, we have each been given a part to play, one that bears our name and no one else’s. We each have the mercy of God to receive, a self put to de...