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The Scariest Passage in the Bible
A study of the most unlikely passage to wear this title (hint: it is found in Luke).
The Gideon Principles
Mike reviews the life and times of one of the Old Testament's reluctant heroes and demonstrates how his rise to greatness sets a course for our own spiritual development today.
In this lesson, Mike explains why Jesus is uniquely qualified to be the head of the church. (Colossians 1)
In this lesson, Mike articulates the advantages of the Christian faith not found in other major religions in the world.
This lesson expands Jesus' brief teaching parable by revealing the unique features that give the Pearl of Great Price its value. (Colossians 1:9-14)
In this lesson, Mike cuts through the many human and cultural views of John the Baptist in order to reveal the true character and mission of this important Bible personage.
Mike discusses the newest religion of the 21st Century and its impact on society as well as the Christian response to society's latest attempt to replace God with a deity of its choosing.
Mike calls on Christian women to revolutionize how they are seen by themselves and secular society.
Mike provides a practical strategy for Christian parents struggling with children who have lost their way. (Proverbs 22:6)
Mike looks at the joys and challenges that are part of the experience of knowing God more intimately. (Psalm 139)
In this lesson, Mike reviews the system of ministry established by the Apostles in the early church and how it can be adapted for modern church use. (Acts 2:1-47)
Mike recalls the spiritual steps he took in his journey from hearing the call to conversion to hearing the call to ministry. (Matthew 16:24-25)
In this sermon, Mike reviews the various ways that the church has dealt with the pressure of contemporary culture, and how it can maintain the culture of Christ as an ever-present response to the forces of cultural change in every generation. (Romans 12:1-2)
Mike answers some of the major objections that many believers have concerning the celebration of Christmas.
In this sermon, Mike reviews the various ways Jesus uses to remove and renew Christians in order to save or strengthen His church. (John 15:1-2)
Mike shares two primary lessons that he has learned on this his 40th anniversary of full-time preaching ministry.
In this lesson, Mike summarizes the great contribution made by the Restoration Movement to the world of religion.
This lesson gives the parents of unfaithful children some practical things they can do to encourage their prodigals to return home. (Luke 15:11-14)
Four letter expletives are common occurrences in public discourse and are teaching today's young people that this is somehow normal. Mike counters this trend by suggesting that parents become proactive in teaching their children four-letter words that will bless their lives.
Mike shares some of the priceless benefits awaiting those who remain together in Christ for a lifetime.
Mike demonstrates the parallels between the broken society in Israel during the time of the Judges and American in the present time. (Judges 21:25)