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Being Rich in a World of Poverty
Mike shares some observations as a rich person who has been exposed to and visited areas of extreme poverty and despair in this world. (Mark 10:23)
In this lesson Mike examines what type of rewards we should be receiving from the practice of public worship.
Mike looks at an old TV show that reflected a world where life was good because fathers in general knew what was best for their families.
In Romans chapters 6-7 Paul explains the apparent paradox that Christians who still struggle with sin are nevertheless saved. (Romans 6-7)
On Graduation Sunday, Mike honors not only this year's graduates but also speaks about graduating from the school of Christian life.
Mike provides 3 good reasons to motivate everyone to attend every service of the church. (Acts 2)
This Easter Sunday lesson focuses on the order and nature of the resurrection made possible by Jesus' resurrection - our own! (I Corinthians 15)
Mike reviews local stats as a basis to examine the type of actions taken by churches who experience significant numerical growth.
In the Philippian letter, Paul warns his readers of the various tactics used by Satan to rob Christians of the peace with God won for them at the cross. (Philippians 3:1-21)
Mike explains the many internal and external witnesses who claim that the Bible was written by God.
This lesson examines how God can and does punish modern nations in the same way He disciplined the Israelites for similar sins against Him. (Amos 8:11-14)
Mike compares the natural wisdom seen in the migration habits of Canadian Geese to the attitudes the Christian flock should cultivate to live together in harmony.
Despite the millions of books and articles written about Christianity, this faith can be summarized using three words that begin with the letter "C".
In this lesson, Mike compares the Aaronic priesthood of the Old Testament to the Royal priesthood of the New Testament. (Exodus 28:1-43)
In the book of Leviticus, we read about an amazing system of economics that God provided for the Jews called the Sabbatical year ordinances. A feature of this system was the year of Jubilee. In this lesson, Mike shows how Jubilee was a preview of not only an event in the future but a person who would fulfill all the wonderful promises of the Jubilee year. (Leviticus 24-26)
Mike compares today's popular teaching about the Holy Spirit to what the Bible specifically says about the third person in the Godhead. (Acts 19:1-7)
A study of the most unlikely passage to wear this title (hint: it is found in Luke). (Luke 6:27-38)
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. (Judges 6-8)
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.