It's Still Called Stealing
The recent arrest of Kim Dotcom, CEO of the website Megaupload, for copyright crimes reminds us that stealing is still stealing...
Mike demonstrates the many ways this command can be violated, and how we can build a defense against dishonest tendencies.
Prime 17m Class
This lesson reviews the section in Luke that provides information on John the Baptist, Jesus' early life and the beginning of His ministry in Galilee. (Luke 1:1-3:38)
Prime 38m Class
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
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
Matthew 19 contains key information about Jesus' teaching concerning marriage and divorce. This study tries to correct certain misunderstandings about what Jesus is actually saying about who is guilty or innocent in these situations. (Matthew 19)
Prime 43m Class
In this lesson, Paul deals with the delicate issue of Christian liberty and how to deal with situations that required discretion. (I Corinthians 8:1-13)
Prime 40m Class
In this lesson we review the role deacons play in the church and also examine I Timothy 3:8-13 which gives some of the qualifications necessary to be considered for the role.
Prime 38m Class
The section on church leadership continues with an examination of the qualifications Paul describes for those men who would serve as deacons. (I Timothy 3:8-13)
Prime 36m Class
In this sermon, Mike examines the things we must actually do in order to forgive completely.
In this lesson, Mike will look closely at the events surrounding Jesus' resurrection and describe His twelve recorded appearances in Chronological order.
Prime 27m Class
This lesson examines other mistaken images used to explain the concept of grace and reviews the stories of King David and Paul the Apostle to demonstrate how God's grace actually worked in producing their forgiveness.
Prime 35m Class
There are many ways a person can lose their salvation once they've obtained it. In this lesson we look at the top 10 ways people lose this precious gift from God. (Matthew 16:24-26)
This lesson deals with the difficult issue concerning the possibility that a Christian could actually lose salvation. (Hebrews 6:4-6)
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)
This sermon explores the things God truly desires from us beyond the rituals of public worship. (Psalm 50:13-15;23)
The majority of us have an employer or supervisor of some kind who oversees our work. In this passage, Paul reminds us that we have a specific responsibility to provide a witness of our faith to this person.
This sermon outlines the process one must undertake to move from unbelief to belief in anything including Christianity.
This lesson dispels the popular notions about God and focuses on the description of God's nature which is revealed only through the Bible.
How to Avoid Materialism
Materialism is a very subtle attack against our faith, against our soul. It creeps into your life because we have to deal every day with material. In this lesson, we will look at ways to beat it.
9. Answering Pro-Gay Theology
No one is better equipped for the rapid-fire response to the pro-gay arguments than Joe DaIIas, former president of Exodus International and director of the ex-gay ministry, Genesis Counselling. In his book, Desires in Conflict, he lists and answers the most common arguments for the gay lifestyle.