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Mike shows why mothers deserve honor not only on Mother's Day but every day for their special role in God's plan for life. (Ephesians 6:1-3)
In this lesson we look at the time in history around the arrival of Jesus and see what Christmas would have been like before Christ.
A summary of reasons why, despite the delay or doubt that God is hearing us, we must persevere in prayer. (Jeremiah 42:1-7)
In this lesson we examine 3 strategies Satan uses to steal your soul. We'll also give you 3 strategies to combat his attach and teach you how to fight back. (I Peter 5:8-11)
This lesson deals with the difficult issue concerning the possibility that a Christian could actually lose salvation. (Hebrews 6:4-6)
Mike looks at the joys and challenges that are part of the experience of knowing God more intimately. (Psalm 139)
This lesson highlights the idea that the way we share our faith (with power) is as important as the content of our message. (Acts 4:1-37)
Mike shares some of the priceless benefits awaiting those who remain together in Christ for a lifetime.
Of all the concepts and philosophies promoted throughout history, Christianity's main idea has, and continues to have, the greatest impact and ongoing influence in the world.
In this lesson we look at the many factors in building a successful Christian family. I'll describe how families are more than just a father, mother and some kids. We'll also examine the types of relationships needed to make a truly wonderful and Christian home possible.
In verse 8 Matthew says that the people, after hearing Jesus forgive the paralytic, and then heal him, praised God for giving authority (to heal and forgive) to men. They heard and saw what Jesus did and glorified God for giving to a man such authority and power. The people in this story gave honor to God but they "didn't get it".
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)
Paul the Apostle compares God's method of conveying wisdom and power to man-made methods of achieving these virtues. (I Corinthians 1:18-25)
A look at spiritual characteristics and virtues that cannot be developed simply by self-denial. (Isaiah 58:1-12)
In this sermon, Mike reviews the timeless spiritual truths that can buffer the storms of change that are challenging this nation.
Setting Our Spiritual Goals
This lesson looks at the goals that the church, which meets inside the building, should have.
This sermon traces out the various features of God's Kingdom that separate it from every other organized body here on this earth, and how it came to be this way. (John 18:33-36)
A psalm written by David goes through the phases that every victim of sin must go through (including the Modern Aids patient) in order to reach peace with self and God.
Money has a way of creating more worries and health is so fragile, youth is temporary and usually not appreciated by those who possess it, power corrupts and great intelligence leads to pride, but peace of mind is precious at every season in life, every position in society, every level of ability. (Philippians 4:4-9)
In order to motivate more people to experience the very special joy that comes with exercising this virtue, Mike will review what the Bible teaches concerning 'the love of strangers.' (Deuteronomy 10:17-19)