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A look at spiritual characteristics and virtues that cannot be developed simply by self-denial. (Isaiah 58:1-12)
The second part of this Kingdom theme examines the timeless role that the Kingdom plays here on earth and the source of its power to affect the lives of both the people who are in the kingdom and those who are outside of it. (Matthew 28:1-20)
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)
This sermon examines the circumstances that led Paul to write this beautiful ode to Christian love. (I Corinthians 12:31-13:13)
In this sermon, Mike reviews the timeless spiritual truths that can buffer the storms of change that are challenging this nation.
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.
In this sermon, Mike tackles one of the Christian's greatest challenges - how can Christians who live and engage in the human experience avoid becoming worldly? (I Corinthians 5:9-13)
Mike reviews the repeated claims that America's best days are in the past and offers a plan for our nation's renewal.
In this lesson, Mike discusses the ways Christians can maintain their spiritual momentum as they journey onward to their heavenly home. (Hebrews 6:1-12)
In this sermon, Mike traces out the various stops on the journey of faith that begins in a person's head but must travel to the heart for that believer to become a true disciple of Jesus. (Matthew 28:16-20)
Mike reviews Paul's teaching in I Corinthians that establishes the difference between the wisdom of God and the wisdom of the world when it comes to death and dying. (I Corinthians 1:18-25)
Mike reviews past initiatives that have brought the congregation to this point and what will be needed to maintain our growth and development into the future. (I Chronicles 22:1-19)
This sermon summarizes all the instructions given by Moses to the Israelites in the thirty-four chapters of Deuteronomy down to a single word. (Deut. 4:1-41)
In this sermon, Mike draws a picture of the ideal father with the references to fatherhood in both the Old and New Testaments.
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)
Mike outlines the rewards obtained by those who exercise the non-miraculous but very dynamic spiritual gift of liberality. (II Corinthians 8-9)
In this sermon, Mike reviews the factors that go into both making and ultimately breaking the many bad habits we acquire as sinful human beings.
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.
In this lesson, Mike describes the words of Jesus that changed the world in 4 important ways. (Mark 16:15-16)
This lesson explores the character of Jesus in His role of Good Shepherd rather than His suffering as sacrificial lamb. (John 10:1-18)
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 lesson deals with the difficult issue concerning the possibility that a Christian could actually lose salvation. (Hebrews 6:4-6)