CANT STOP LYING (18)
People use different methods to fulfill their needs. In this lesson, we will see that the way we use to see to our needs largely determines how well they are met.
Revival At The Flying "J"
She won us over in a minute. We staggered into the truck stop after an 800 mile drive. We were hungry, tired, and in no mood for polite talk. Our waitress had her own problems, having to cover two separate seating sections since she was obviously the only server on the floor. This did not defeat her good humor and attentiveness however.
In this lesson Jesus teaches that the essence of faith is believing God based on His Word and not relying on "signs" or miracles. (John 4:42-54)
Prime 34m Class
In the final session, Mike will profile the ministry of Stephen as the template for effective service in Acts Chapters 6 and 7.
Prime 23m Class
Mike explores the everyday requirements demanded by this command beyond its primary application in a court of law.
Prime 18m Class
Every election produces a catch phrase that summarizes the political objectives of one party or the other. FDR's "New Deal" or Lyndon Johnson with the "Great Society" are examples to which it seems President Clinton has added the term "Common Ground" as this year's great rallying cry.
The Religious Agenda of Muslims
There have always been difficulties in integrating immigrants into mainstream Canadian society. The underlying fear of Muslim immigrants, however, might be the suspicion that as an aggressive, proselytizing religion, they might have a religious agenda that has at its core the eventual overtaking of the Christian majority.
In this section Matthew describes 3 amazing days in Jesus' busy life. (Matthew 8:1-9:38)
Paul begins to explore another area where Christ is first or preeminent and that is in the determination of what is ultimately right or wrong. (Colossians 3:1-11)
Prime 26m Class
From the opening verse, we immediately see Mark's goal of presenting Jesus as a divine being through the witness of His teaching and miracles. (Mark 1:1-45)
Paul continues to describe his own conversion to Christianity from Judaism and his early contact with the Apostles at Jerusalem as a way of establishing his legitimacy as a teacher and Apostle. (Galatians 1:10–2:10)
Prime 33m Class
Luke describes the many miracles and teaching sessions by Jesus performed in and around his home town and neighboring area. (Luke 4:1-6:16)
In this lesson, we get an overview of how Mark sets out to prove his opening declaration that Jesus is the Son of God. (Mark 2:1-4:34)
Prime 41m Class
Sin is everybody's problem and in this lesson Mike reviews the true tested method that James provides to successfully deal with the everyday temptations to sin. (James 1:13-15)
Prime 42m Class
A lesson reviewing key Bible ideas about sexual immorality and Paul's warning about this subject to the Corinthians and by extension, to us today. (I Corinthians 6:18)
Prime 39m Class
In this section of Mark's gospel, the writer uses the miracles where Jesus heals the blind and deaf as a preview of the opening of the Apostles' unbelieving eyes and ears. (Mark 7:1-8:38)
Prime 42m Class