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The Greatest Gift

What is the greatest gift one could receive? In this sermon we will cover the requirements for receiving what the Bible calls the heavenly gift, the unspeakable gift and the gift of God.

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Changing Habits

We discuss habits and the impact that they have on our lives (for good and for bad).  We also take a look at some of the science behind our habits and how we can work with our body's natural habit-forming mechanisms to create good habits and break bad...

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Stone Heart Syndrome

All humans are born with a birth defect that will eventually be fatal. Learn what that defect is and how it can be cured.

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The Power of His Resurrection

Seemingly small occurrences can actually have very large consequences. What consequences came from a small rolled gravestone outside in a small city in a small part of the world?

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The Great Events of Unleavened Bread

Several stunning events took place during the Days of Unleavened Bread. What were these events and what can we learn from them?

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The Weeks of Unleavened Bread

The Days of Unleavened Bread represent the way we ought to live our entire lives - sin-free and full of Christ.  We look at the methods we use to stay physically unleavened throughout the Week and apply those as an analogy for how to stay spiritually unleavened throughout the...

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How Do I Know if I’m Asleep

We are admonished not to be spiritually asleep. Could I be asleep and not realize it? What might be some of the indicators that would help me analyze myself?

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Why I Need This Passover

The first commanded festival illustrating God’s great plan shows that the beginning of the plan is critical to its success. But why do Christians need the Passover?

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Warn, Comfort, and Uphold

We take a close look at 1 Thessalonians 5:14, and how it relates to strengthening the Church family.  In it, we are told to warn, comfort, and uphold the brethren.

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Christians and Self-Defense

People have varying perspectives on self-defense. Is it right or wrong? How should a Christian view self-defense? What does the Bible say?

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