The quest to conquer our inner space starts at the cross.
Have you ever noticed that all throughout your life, the moon has been staring at
you? Its presence in the sky is constant yet impossible to fully grasp. The wonder of
it caused David to write, “When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the
moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is mankind that you are mindful
of them?” (Psalm 8:3–4).
Centuries later, the pull of the moon led John F. Kennedy to make a declaration that
the United States would send men to walk on its surface—a goal realized with the
historic Apollo 11 mission. What’s lesser known is that moments before leaving the
lander, Buzz Aldrin partook of a special meal—the Last Supper on the moon. The
lunar Last Supper was full of meaning, just as it had been when Jesus first took of the
elements with his disciples.
In this five-session Bible study, bestselling author and pastor Levi Lusko journeys
back in time and forward in hope, using the 1969 lunar mission as an analogy of God’s
mission of salvation. Along the way, he explores the wonder of God’s love in sending
Jesus from “outer space” to die for your sins—and how that incredible love has the
power to transform your “inner space.”
This study guide includes:
• Individual access to five streaming video sessions
• A guide to best practices for leading a group
• Video notes and a comprehensive structure for group discussion time
• Personal study for deeper reflection between sessions