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- What Does it Mean To Honor Your Parents?
- What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 3)
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- Being Faithful in Little Things
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- God’s Ways Are Not Our Ways
- A Promise and Presence that Remains
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Worldview DefinitionWorldview: as defined by The Free Dictionary 1. The overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world. 2. A collection of beliefs about life and the universe held by an individual or a group.
The 4 Killer QuestionsWhat do you mean by that? How do you know that's true? What difference does it make? What if you are wrong?
Tag Archives: Jesus died for our sins
Many of the smaller books in the Bible written by prophets are addressing the sinful behavior of people and how God is asking them to repent (turn back to Him). These are often words that make clear where the people … Continue reading
I’ve often thought how interesting it is that God chose to send His Son as a baby and not just place Him on earth as an adult. Sending a child that will need to grow up seems like an inefficient … Continue reading
The year 2020 has been rough. I was contemplating this and Christmas coming, and I got to thinking about how Mary’s and Joseph’s lives leading up to Christ’s birth were probably pretty rough too. Israel had been without a true … Continue reading
Failure is something we face continually, whether we recognize it or not. Sometimes it’s failure in our endeavors, job, or hobbies. Other times its failure in our relationships or our own standards. It can even be the failure on our … Continue reading
There are subjects in the Bible that we take very seriously, but then there are those that feel so pervasive we kind of just find ourselves giving up on taking them seriously. Perhaps we’re asking ourselves the questions: If it … Continue reading
Jesus’s existence is not often debated. The fact that He was crucified by the Romans is also not usually a topic of debate. What is commonly debated though is whether or not Jesus was/is the Son of God and if … Continue reading
Last Sunday was Palm Sunday, a day we celebrate Jesus’s triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. A multitude is shouting His praises, and coats and branches are being laid down on the road for Him. It’s definitely a moment to be remembered, … Continue reading
Last week we talked about everyone’s need to be freed from sin, and this week we’re going to look at the reality of this freedom from sin. This subject has proven confusing to many people because there are sets of … Continue reading
What if the baptisms we think of in the Bible as being of water actually are’t water baptisms? I know, it’s kind of a crazy thought, but bear with me. We have the Holy Spirit baptism of the disciples (Acts … Continue reading