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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)
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)
This sermon outlines the process one must undertake to move from unbelief to belief in anything including Christianity.
This lesson helps us to get beyond the turkey and sports to find a deeper meaning for true thanks and giving from a Christian perspective.
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.
This lesson dispels the popular notions about God and focuses on the description of God's nature which is revealed only through the Bible.
This sermon explores the two approaches that have been tried in the effort to improve or save this world.
This lesson examines the ways and reasons God limits our opportunities and results in ministry.
This lesson warns against the easy complacency Christians become used to when living in peaceful and prosperous times. (Luke 14:25-35)
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.
We don't know much about angels but the little information the Bible does give yields some very important life lessons.
In this sermon Mike describes the normal pattern of growth necessary for a healthy Christian life.
In this lesson Mike demonstrates the superior way man can devote himself to God through Christ in comparison to the Old Testament's system of sacrifice and giving. (Leviticus 27:1-34)
This sermon examines the Biblical basis for the tradition in most Churches of Christ to extend an "invitation" at the end of each sermon.