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Jude One

Jude One


Why a series on the Letter of Jude?

The New Testament Letter of Jude is a short read, but a powerful one. Jude wrote to encourage his readers to contend for the one true faith. God's people must press on following truth through all circumstances. When we feel helpless, Jesus is the One who keeps us. When we wander, God's mercy constantly pursues us. And when we fail, the Gospel restores us. Below are some other resources you might find helpful for our study in Jude.

What Do I Do With My Life?: Just Do Something (Deep Dive)

Each week, Calvary Teaching Pastors take a Deep Dive into the passage or focus of that week.

What Do I Do With My Life?: Just Do Something (Deep Dive)

Each week, Calvary Teaching Pastors take a Deep Dive into the passage or focus of that week.

Other Resources

Listed below are other resources to help us better understand Paul's Letter to the Galatians. 


Sacred Marriage

The Bible Project

The Bible Project's mission is to help people experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus. Check out their "Learn Jude" page for an overview of the book and some videos!



2 Peter & Jude For You

2 Peter & Jude For You: To Help You Stand Firm

Applied expository Bible-study guide to 2 Peter and Jude—two short letters written to help us stand firm in our faith.

When friends, family members, and even respected church leaders fall away from the faith, it is deeply sad and painful. But the reality is that we are all tempted to compromise our faith in one way or another. We all need to be careful not to fall. Peter and Jude knew that first-hand. They wrote with a sense of urgency, showing a deep concern for the believers they were addressing. Their aim? To help their readers stand firm.

Verse by verse, pastor Miguel Núñez unpacks these two short letters, showing how they are still utterly relevant to us today—warning us where we may be in danger of stumbling and equipping us to stand firm in our faith.This expository guide is less academic than a traditional commentary and includes lots of application. It can be read from cover to cover, used in personal devotions, or referred to as a resource for leading small groups or preparing sermons.