About this Series
The story of Jonah is familiar to many of us, but we often miss its point. The significance of Jonah isn’t in the belly of a whale, but in God’s profound love. Through this series we’ll unveil a beautiful love story about God, his people, and his city; a story that points us to God’s radical love for us in Jesus Christ.
Primary Sources for this Series
This list contains some of the resources that were used to prepare this series. Along with other resources for you to dig a little deeper.
- Music Playlist – Apple Music | Spotify
- Arthur Bennett (ed.), The Valley of Vision
- Ed Clowney, Preaching Christ in All of Scripture
- Richard Coekin, The Reluctant Evangelist
- Ray Cortese, Jonah: God’s Unrelenting Pursuit of You
- Bryan Estelle, Salvation Through Judgment and Mercy: The Gospel According to Jonah
- Sinclair Ferguson, Man Overboard! The Story of Jonah
- J. D. Greear, Castaway: The Book of Jonah
- Sidney Greidanu, Preaching Christ from the Old Testament
- Paul R. House, Old Testament Theology
- Timothy Keller, The Prodigal Prophet
- Timothy Keller, Counterfeit Gods
- Timothy Keller, The Timothy Keller Sermon Archive.
- Logos Bible Software.
- Adam Jones, Jonah: Compassion
- C. S. Lewis, The Problem of Pain
- Ryan Long, If It Hadn’t Rained.
- Tim Mackie, Read Scripture: Illustrated Summaries of Biblical Books.
- Tom Tarrants, Consumed By Hate, Redeemed By Love
- Tullian Tchividjian, Surprised by Grace: God’s Relentless Pursuit of Rebels
- Pete Nicholas and Helen Thorne, 5 Things to Pray for Your City
- Daniel Timmer, A Gracious and Compassionate God
- Mark Trayler, Radicalizing Peace: How Your Good, Small, Faithful Steps Can Change The World
Our preachers thoroughly cite all sources in their written sermon notes. Due to the extemporaneous nature of oral communication, delivery may occasionally contain material not fully cited or original to the particular preacher. In such situations, neither the preacher nor the church asserts ownership to such material.