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Sunday, October 06, 2019
Moses' life was divided up into 3 phases, each lasting 40 years. This was no accident--God had it all planned out. These 3 phases provide a pattern for us because we too, like Moses, have been given a mission to accomplish. We must leave the world (pictured by Egypt) which is not our friend, get trained up in ministry, then go back to the world (Egypt), but not as our home, or source of satisfaction, but as our mission field.
Sunday, September 08, 2019
The Creation to Christ story sets tell about God and His plan. This is better than simply presenting the gospel, because it is more about God's will and plan than it is our wills and plans. This is week 3 in a series about C2C as the Living Well Class begins launching Bible studies.
Sunday, September 01, 2019
Creation to Christ contextualizes the gospel so that when people hear it it makes sense to them.
Sunday, August 04, 2019
Passage: Proverbs 9:19-5
This week continues the topic of how to lead a Bible study. After a review focused on the primacy of charity, this week's study cover 4 key points, then the very practical ways to prepare for and lead a Discovery Method Bible Study. At the end there are questions that conclude this week's message.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
Week 2 of our series covers, "What is Discovery Bible Study?". This week introduces this method of Bible study which is what we are going to be using to start Bible studies in our communities. Listen to understand how this approach is different from our traditional "S.O.T." Bible studies.
Sunday, July 07, 2019
Passage: Matthew 28:16-20
Catch the vision for why we should be extending MBT by planting supported Bible studies in our communities.
Sunday, June 23, 2019
Passage: Romans 12:1
Finally we are given the thing God would have us to do. Many Christians miss the most crucial step of all, and the key to walking in the Spirit. Check it out here.
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Passage: Romans 8:8-11
To walk after the flesh is to be carnally minded. This leads to frustration and ultimately death. People who walk after the flesh are not necessarily trying to do evil things, however, they have confidence in themselves , that is, in their ability and performance to achieve what they want to. To walk after the Spirit is to be spiritually minded. It leads to life and peace. To walk in the Spirit, we must have no confidence in the flesh, but rather a willingness to trust God to be in control of our lives.
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