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Mike examines the problem of evil and how the Bible responds to the irony of evil's existence, even at Christmas.
Mike compares the science of the knock-out in boxing with the way sin can destroy us if we don't properly defend ourselves. (Mark 6:14-29)
In this lesson, Mike focuses on the invitation part of every sermon and examines its Biblical purpose and relevance in preaching to today's church. (Hosea 14)
In this lesson, Mike monitors the type of things that go in and out of our mouths and offers some basic rules to avoid mouth-traffic 'accidents.'
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 sermon, Mike examines the things we must actually do in order to forgive completely.
In this lesson, Mike will talk about sexual immorality and what God's word says about today's attitude and practice in this area of human behavior.
This sermon attempts to separate the various legends and false ideas about these spiritual beings found in pop culture, and establish a more accurate picture of them based solely on Biblical information.
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.
In this sermon, Mike briefly reviews the major belief systems of Western Civilization throughout history and how the acceptance or rejection of God in each of these has impacted society.
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.'
Mike compares the 6 elements found in every sporting event to the challenge of living as a Christian in today's world.
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)