Summary: God ordained ministers of the Gospel present a high level of integrity in conduct of life, in proclamation of Biblical truth, and loyalty to the calling God has placed upon those who serve Him.
Summary: Like Timothy, one can overcome the world’s perception that attaining holiness is an impossibility by being an example in one’s speech, conduct, love, faith and purity. By living a holy life, dad, you can point your child to our Creator!
Summary: The ministry of the Church must consist of individuals who possess a genuine divine call and direction, as well as adequate preparation, and they must have the undivided support of their congregations and church leadership.
Summary: We live in a mixed up world. People are so untrained in the Bible and mixed up about what a Christian is, that nearly anything can be labelled “Christian” and they’ll believe it. Let's look at what one is.
Summary: The child of God who has a true Christian mindset checks everything he hears, reads and experiences to God’s Word. This message show how Biblical truth is the foundation of faith, hope and love.
Summary: The early church dealt with false teachers telling the church that certain foods and even marriage and sexual relations within marriage were sinful and should be avoided. This message deals with Paul's approach in coaching Timothy to deal with this.
Summary: Beyond the shores of time and the kingdoms of this world there is a heavenly kingdom. It is the place where God has His great white throne, around which the angels play upon their golden harps and shout, “praise, and glory, and wisdom, and thanks and hono
Summary: Command and teach things that affect our lives.
1- Don’t let others look down on you
2- Devote yourself to ministry
3- Don’t neglect your gift
4- Diligence will pay off
5- Doctrine is important
Summary: God is keenly interested in children and in family life. God wants the family to be the true laboratory of life, where family members ... regardless of age ... live, learn, love and grow in the Christian graces.
Summary: Christians have all kinds of opinions about what preachers should do in their congregations. But what does God want those who enter the pulpit ministry to focus on? What is the "main thing" that these men should devote themselves to?