Home: Failures (Genesis 3)

Our Home series continues. Those wishing to change society wisely focus attention on the home. By influencing the home, the larger society will be impacted. Today we look at the tactics used to dissolve unity and cohesiveness in the home. This old, effective tactic has not changed from the beginning. Homes fail when God’s Word […]

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Greater Love (John 15:12 – 17)

The commandment to love others is one of the greatest obligations we have, according to Jesus’ own testimony. Today, Deacon Mike Beyelia shares how that love is lived out in the lives of those who follow Jesus.

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Every trip needs to carefully consider its fueling needs – both for passengers and vehicles! You can know where you are going and how to get there, but still need the power to move forward. God’s people have always needed to find the source of strength and power to follow and obey. Today’s passage from […]

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Our series in 1 Thessalonians continues. This first letter written by the apostle Paul encouraged a young church to build spiritual stamina, the ability to maintain effort while withstanding deterioration. After establishing a strong foundation, a solid pattern of behavior must be developed. Pastor shows from God’s Word how the good news of the gospel […]

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We begin a series in 1 Thessalonians. This first letter written by the apostle Paul encouraged a young church to build spiritual stamina, the ability to maintain effort while withstanding deterioration. A strong foundation is vital for establishing this stamina; and Paul shares the three key ingredients to this foundation: faith, love, and hope.

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Good News (Mark 16)

Pastor shares the good news discovered by many just three days after Jesus’ death: He came back to life. This is the event that changed everything, and continues to make a life-changing difference in the lives of those who follow Jesus. Discover how Jesus’ resurrection changes expectations, perception, and motivation.

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