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In this lesson we examine how we conduct worship and determine which elements are God's teachings and which are just traditions passed on through the years.
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.
This lesson compares the wisdom that has been developed by thinkers and philosophers throughout history with the wisdom revealed by God in the Bible. (James 3:13-18)
This lesson focuses on three important reasons why Christians should devote themselves to the spiritual exercise of prayer.
This lesson motivates Christians to attend Worship and Bible Study regularly and answers questions like, do I need to come every week and is it a sin to not attend church? Stop dreading going to church and enjoy it! (Psalm 122:1-9)
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)
The cross of Jesus Christ has the power to do three things that nothing or no one else can accomplish. (John 12:32)
In this lesson we look at the history of miracles and try to determine if there is evidence that miracles can still be performed today?
Every generation finds a way to distinguish itself from the previous one, whether it's by social custom, new philosophies or advancing technology.
In this lesson we compare some similarities between how Google the company functions and how churches should function. It is based off the book by Jeff Jarvis entitled 'What Would Google Do?'
Finding the balance between the Biblical pattern for public worship and the on-going changes in culture and technology. (Acts 17:10-12)
Practical ways to overcome the reality of failure, injustice, and adversity in our present lives. (Hebrews 12:14-15)
This sermon digs into the life of Jonah the prophet beyond the story of his experience of being swallowed by a whale. We'll examine the power of his spiritual gifts and the nature of his weaknesses in order to get a more complete understanding of this important figure in Bible history.
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". (Matthe 9:1-38)
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. (Matthew 13:33)
Among Satan's various strategies to destroy us morally, physically, and spiritually, words and how he uses them are his deadliest weapons.
In this world of spin doctors and fake advocacy one Person stands out as reliable and trustworthy in every way, every day!
Peter the Apostle describes the Public Relations plan that all churches should have to witness Christ to their communities. (I Peter)
Paul the Apostle compares God's method of conveying wisdom and power to man-made methods of achieving these virtues. (I Corinthians 1:18-31)
One of the main objectives people who do not believe in God use is the argument of pain. If God is good and kind why is there pain in the world? This lesson will discuss the reasons why people suffer and offer some solutions as to how we can deal with the pain in our lives and maintain faith.
The witness of Mike Mazzalongo and the many lessons we can learn from it. Follow his Spiritual Journey towards finding a true Biblical church.