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Today Jack revisits Luke 20:19-26 to talk about how we are marked by God, and God deserves our all. Giving oneself to God is a point-in-time decision, but that decision requires regular reapplication and regular reinterpretation.
Today Ashley addresses the difficulties in our nation and how a Godly view of authority is part of the gospel needed around us.
Today our dear brother James Himsworth does a fly over view of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation showing God’s view of race. Listen closely to hear about a girl selling drinks on the edge of a volcano! God cares about those across the world and across the street, and He has a role for each of us to play in sharing…
Today Jack talks about the Chief Cornerstone quotes by Jesus in both Luke 20 and Peter in 1 Peter 2. Then Ashley shares a response to the racial division in our nation.
The religious leaders were shocked that Jesus acted like He was in charge, so they challenged Him on the source of His authority. Have you accepted Jesus? Have you accepted His unconditional authority over your life?
Today Ashley helps us understand what was really going on when Jesus cleaned house at the temple.
Today we heard ten testimonies of God’s goodness in the lives of our folks and recognized graduates. This service was not recorded.
The rich man left a nobleman and returned a King! What are we doing while the king is away? What will our report be to the king? What will we do with him upon his return? Find these answers and more in today’s message.
Between these two godly couples they have 16 adult children following the Lord today. How did they do it?! Jack & Joan Stockdale and Mark & Linda Harger will share with you some practical tips to help you raise a Christian family in today’s culture. Not only that, you’ll hear the testimonies of their children as they share the impact their parents…
Luke 19:1-10. Zacchaeus was desperately seeking Jesus. Or was it the other way around? Listen to find out what Phil explains.