The letter to the Romans has been labeled the most powerful piece of theological literature ever written! Perhaps more than any other book in the Bible, Romans has shaped Christian theology, local church mission, and individual lives for over 2000 years.
We are thrilled to finally be preaching through Romans at Hope Community Church and studying this gem of a book together as a church. May God richly transform us in the light of his glory and grace displayed in this timeless treasure!
On this page, we’ve listed several helpful resources to help you dig a little deeper into this book of the Bible.
If you have more questions about the book of Romans, or would like to talk to someone about what it means to be in a relationship with God please reach out to a staff member, your location pastor, or visit our Get Connected page.
What, exactly, is the book of Romans about? In the first three chapters of Romans, Paul builds the foundation that the rest of the letter relies on. Namely, the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
In chapters 4-8, Paul answers the question of “How do we live then?” In this, Paul does not leave the Good News behind but rather draws out its implications for the Church. This gospel now fills our lives with hope, freedom, assurance, and the Holy Spirit. May God continue to transform us individually and collectively as we encounter him through his Word and Gospel!
Romans Untangled is a weekly podcast that takes a seemingly complicated book of the Bible and untangles it so we can see its beauty.
Pastor Steve Treichler is our host as we make this wonderful book of the apostle Paul accessible to all – those who are new to the Bible, as well as those who have been a follower of Christ for years and years.
Resources by Passage
What resources does Hope have for specific passages in the book of Romans? We’ve created an interactive resource that allows you to see related articles, sermons, podcast episodes, and topics from Hope for specific passages in the book of Romans. Updated weekly. Best used on a desktop or tablet.