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Change is very difficult. Whether it's changing a habit or attitude or job or city - change is always a challenge, and change is even more difficult when it's imposed on us suddenly or without our approval.
This sermon looks at the qualities of character that are appealing in the opposite sex from a Christian perspective.
In this lesson, Mike describes the relationships between three Mary's and how they ended up at the cross of Christ. (John 19:23-25)
Using only quotations from Jesus, this lesson outlines what the Lord Himself taught about salvation. (II John 1:9)
Christians are in a unique situation when called on to deal with their enemies. This lesson will outline the various strategies that the Bible provides when believers must face those who injure them in some way.
God's power is revealed and experienced in His Word. This lesson outlines seven of these specific powers. (Jeremiah 23:29)
Pride and self-centeredness are the topics of this lesson. How to combat this natural human tendency and cultivate an accurate sense of self are discussed.
This sermon compares the various ideas that exist about heaven with the Bible's description of this dimension.
In this lesson Mike examines six gifts we receive from God at our conversion and the one gift that powers all of them. (John 3:3-5)
Solomon sketches out the character of a woman who uses her sexual charm to seduce a foolish man. (Proverbs 7)
The secret to correcting bad behavior and becoming better people is to replace the elements of bad behavior with good and positive things in our lives. In this lesson we look at 3 changes that are necessary to become a better person.
The lesson review the 4 ingredients necessary to create a life (aroma) that is pleasing to God. (Ephesians 5:1-33)
The Bible refers to Jesus in ways that describe His sovereignty (e.g. Lord of the Harvest, Lord of the Sabbath, etc.). In this lesson Mike will explore Jesus' Lordship over the most hopeless of situations in our lives. (Matthew 9:36-38)
In this sermon Mike reviews the broader implications of stewardship beyond the simple giving of money. (Matthew 25:14-30)
In his letter to the Corinthian church Paul says that love is the greatest of all the virtues. This lesson gives some reasons why this is so.
In this sermon, we examine the portrait of an ideal woman designed by God and revealed some 3,000 years ago in Solomon's book of Proverbs. (Proverbs 31:10-31)
This lesson compares Job's response to death and dying with the famous five stage response originally stated by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. (Job 1:1-ff)
A faith building program that has been used to help Christians build up their faith muscle and protect them from poor spiritual health. (Mark 4:35-41)
The story of David and Bathsheba is used to illustrate the gracious nature of God's character and the power of His forgiveness.
Mike reviews the various ways that God calls each Christian at one time or another in life.
God tells us that Satan is actively trying to ruin us. In this lesson, Mike reveals the many tactics Satan uses to destroy God's church.
One of the overlooked factors that contribute to the mindless gun violence we have experienced in this nation is low self-esteem. In this lesson, Mike explores the roots and connection between this condition and the depraved acts recently committed by young shooters.
In the story of the prodigal son, we see the intimate, human ways that God, our Father, loves us. Ways that we as humans can understand and relate to ─ ways that a father loves a son. (Luke 15:11-32)