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The cross of Jesus Christ has the power to do three things that nothing or no one else can accomplish. (John 12:32)
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)
There are many ways a person can lose their salvation once they've obtained it. In this lesson we look at the top 10 ways people lose this precious gift from God. (Matthew 16:24-26)
The Jewish peoples' wandering in the desert provides very modern lessons as to what God continually requires of His people in every age.
The resurrection of Jesus remains the single most volatile and important event of our age. (Romans 1:3-4)
As the title suggests, this lesson will not only name the excuses but also demonstrate the legitimacy of some and spiritual illness often disguised as simple reasons for non-attendance. (Hebrews 10:25)
Mike explains the nature and purpose of the three permanent resurrections described in the New Testament.
Getting to heaven requires more than wanting to go there. In this lesson, Mike takes a sobering look at the road to heaven and the many obstacles that make getting there a bumpy ride. (Matthew 24:9-13)
Why does God allow so much evil in this world especially if He is supposed to be a good and merciful God? Hopefully, the answers provided in this lesson will help bring to faith those who doubt there is a God because of the suffering that they see in the world.
Roman Catholics have a very distinctive view of Christianity. This lesson explores the best ways to engage and share, with a Catholic, a more Biblical approach to the Christian faith.
The Preaching of Jesus
Perhaps in examining Jesus' style and approach to this glorious work we can become more of what all of us seek to be, like Him.
This sermon examines the similarities between the making of bread with flour and yeast and the spiritual kingdom of heaven. A short parable with a wide application to our spiritual lives.
The two things that the Church of Christ is known for by those who are not members are the fact that we don't use instruments of music in our worship, and we require all to be baptized by immersion. Baptism is not a modern religious invention, it has a history as long as Christianity itself and in this lesson, I'd like to review that with you.
In this sermon Mike will review the most common reasons that people use to reject the message of the Bible, and provide answers to these arguments.
In this sermon, Mike reviews a spectacular failure in Aaron's life and how God used this to prepare him for one of the most important roles in Jewish history. (Exodus 32:1-24;40:12-16)
This sermon outlines some of the attitudes Christians need to cultivate in order to promote unity and peace within the church. (Ephesians 4:31-5:2)
In this lesson Mike reviews 5 things that every Christian must do in order to develop this virtue.
This lesson explores the character of Jesus in His role of Good Shepherd rather than His suffering as sacrificial lamb. (John 10:1-18)
The world's solutions to stress involve things like drugs, vacations or some type of therapy. As Christians, however, we believe that even if these methods might be helpful, the most satisfying and permanent solution to the problems of worry and stress can only be found through faith, and specifically through faith in Christ. (I Kings 19:1-18)
In this sermon, I want to examine this quality of courage and demonstrate the various elements that come together to produce it. I want to do this by reviewing the story of a man who found the courage to stand up for God when it wasn't a popular or safe thing to do.
In this lesson, Mike reviews the thinking and goals of the Politically Correct movement in America and how Christians can respond to and live in a nation that is heavily influenced by this cause. (I Samuel 40:8)
This sermon looks at the very real reasons why everyone, even the very good, suffers and what is ultimately gained by experiences of sorrow and pain.
Mike drills down into the Word and lays out what the New Testament actually says concerning the possibility of a Christian losing their salvation, once having been saved. (Hebrews 6:1-6)