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We are a Bible-centered church seeking to grow hearts toward God and reach our world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Latest Episodes

First Century Lessons for the Twenty First Century Church: Part 1

The Friends of Israel: Church Representative Paul Pierce

59 min2019 JUL 8
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First Century Lessons for the Twenty First Century Church: Part 1

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Idolatry

As we exercise our liberty, great care must be taken so that we don’t slip down the slope of idolatry. It is possible to be so carefree in our life that we become careless in our walk with the Lord. Liberty is a means to reach all people with the gospel, but if we don’s set up safeguards, we may find ourselves drawn towards them and not them toward the cross.

65 min2019 JUN 10
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Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Idolatry

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Liberty: Run Well

Liberty is an incredible gift given to us as a means of reaching more people with the gospel. It is not meant as a means of personal freedom to do whatever we want to do or to exploit the Grace of God. Liberty allows us to be all things to all people so that some may come to faith; however, it requires discipline so that we don’t walk over the line and become compromised ourselves.

63 min2019 JUN 3
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Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Liberty: Run Well

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Don't Create Stumbling Blocks

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Don't Create Stumbling Blocks

64 min2019 MAY 27
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Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Don't Create Stumbling Blocks

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Marriage

We not only struggle with living godly in an ungodly culture about sex, it also extends to marriages as well. God is the one who instituted marriage, He gives it definition and gives resources to help deal with problems in marriage. There is no perfect marriage, because it is always involves 2 sinners. We can strive to be godly and biblical in our marriages though and allow God’s grace to heal what is broken.

63 min2019 MAY 20
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Marriage

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Sex

Our culture is highly charged sexually. We try to navigate it and at times get it right but at times miss the mark horribly. Christians of all kinds from new believers to the most senior leaders have sinned greatly and there are countless books written to help us “overcome” sexual issues. It comes down to this though, do I believe what God says about sex and will I obey?

52 min2019 MAY 13
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Sex

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Lawsuits

We live in a day when anyone seemingly will sue someone for just about anything. From what appears to be frivolous issues like kids playing sports to serious issues involving life and property and freedom. What should be our attitude as believers when we have been wronged? Should we use the courts to settle our differences? Should we ignore issues when we have been wronged?

65 min2019 MAY 6
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Lawsuits

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Confronting Sin

One of the hardest things we are called to do as the church is to deal with each other’s brokenness and sinfulness. Often it will be ignored until it becomes a festering wound and the church is left wounded and hurting because it was not dealt with sooner. There is no such thing as a victimless sin, all sin involves tremendous consequences. We must covenant together to deal with sin sooner rather than later and take a stand against all forms of immorality and sin.

65 min2019 APR 29
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Confronting Sin

Easter Morning: Is He Worthy?

Easter, Resurrection Sunday, the Lord’s Day; all point to the reality that this day is all about remember what Jesus did in Jerusalem almost 2,000 years ago. What is the significance of that day? Was He simply a misunderstood wise teacher who paid for His truth with His life? Was He an example for His followers to emulate on living moral and loving each other? Was He a rebel who was duly punished for opposing the government and causing an uprising? No, He was the only truly innocent man who died in your place and mine. He alone is worthy of our worship and devotion; do you believe this?

55 min2019 APR 22
Comments
Easter Morning: Is He Worthy?

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You - Are Serve with a Proper Mindset

We are called to serve, but division can corrupt our service and cause us to serve with ulterior motives. From leadership down, we must think properly about ourselves. We tend to think highly of ourselves and judge our faults with extra grace; while thinking poorly of others and judging their faults with extra scrutiny. Ultimately God Himself will judge us and He is the only one who matters. It is expected of His servants to be found worthy of the trust He places us under. Will we be found faithful or deficient?

64 min2019 APR 15
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You - Are Serve with a Proper Mindset

Latest Episodes

First Century Lessons for the Twenty First Century Church: Part 1

The Friends of Israel: Church Representative Paul Pierce

59 min2019 JUL 8
Comments
First Century Lessons for the Twenty First Century Church: Part 1

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Idolatry

As we exercise our liberty, great care must be taken so that we don’t slip down the slope of idolatry. It is possible to be so carefree in our life that we become careless in our walk with the Lord. Liberty is a means to reach all people with the gospel, but if we don’s set up safeguards, we may find ourselves drawn towards them and not them toward the cross.

65 min2019 JUN 10
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Idolatry

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Liberty: Run Well

Liberty is an incredible gift given to us as a means of reaching more people with the gospel. It is not meant as a means of personal freedom to do whatever we want to do or to exploit the Grace of God. Liberty allows us to be all things to all people so that some may come to faith; however, it requires discipline so that we don’t walk over the line and become compromised ourselves.

63 min2019 JUN 3
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Liberty: Run Well

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Don't Create Stumbling Blocks

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Don't Create Stumbling Blocks

64 min2019 MAY 27
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are - Liberty: Don't Create Stumbling Blocks

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Marriage

We not only struggle with living godly in an ungodly culture about sex, it also extends to marriages as well. God is the one who instituted marriage, He gives it definition and gives resources to help deal with problems in marriage. There is no perfect marriage, because it is always involves 2 sinners. We can strive to be godly and biblical in our marriages though and allow God’s grace to heal what is broken.

63 min2019 MAY 20
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Marriage

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Sex

Our culture is highly charged sexually. We try to navigate it and at times get it right but at times miss the mark horribly. Christians of all kinds from new believers to the most senior leaders have sinned greatly and there are countless books written to help us “overcome” sexual issues. It comes down to this though, do I believe what God says about sex and will I obey?

52 min2019 MAY 13
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Sex

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Lawsuits

We live in a day when anyone seemingly will sue someone for just about anything. From what appears to be frivolous issues like kids playing sports to serious issues involving life and property and freedom. What should be our attitude as believers when we have been wronged? Should we use the courts to settle our differences? Should we ignore issues when we have been wronged?

65 min2019 MAY 6
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Morality: Lawsuits

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Confronting Sin

One of the hardest things we are called to do as the church is to deal with each other’s brokenness and sinfulness. Often it will be ignored until it becomes a festering wound and the church is left wounded and hurting because it was not dealt with sooner. There is no such thing as a victimless sin, all sin involves tremendous consequences. We must covenant together to deal with sin sooner rather than later and take a stand against all forms of immorality and sin.

65 min2019 APR 29
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You Are Confronting Sin

Easter Morning: Is He Worthy?

Easter, Resurrection Sunday, the Lord’s Day; all point to the reality that this day is all about remember what Jesus did in Jerusalem almost 2,000 years ago. What is the significance of that day? Was He simply a misunderstood wise teacher who paid for His truth with His life? Was He an example for His followers to emulate on living moral and loving each other? Was He a rebel who was duly punished for opposing the government and causing an uprising? No, He was the only truly innocent man who died in your place and mine. He alone is worthy of our worship and devotion; do you believe this?

55 min2019 APR 22
Comments
Easter Morning: Is He Worthy?

Letters to Corinth: Be Who You - Are Serve with a Proper Mindset

We are called to serve, but division can corrupt our service and cause us to serve with ulterior motives. From leadership down, we must think properly about ourselves. We tend to think highly of ourselves and judge our faults with extra grace; while thinking poorly of others and judging their faults with extra scrutiny. Ultimately God Himself will judge us and He is the only one who matters. It is expected of His servants to be found worthy of the trust He places us under. Will we be found faithful or deficient?

64 min2019 APR 15
Comments
Letters to Corinth: Be Who You - Are Serve with a Proper Mindset
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