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About Church/Ministry
Christian Hills Church
9001 West 159th Street
Orland Hills, Illinois 60487
Phone: 708 349-0777
http://www.christianhills.org
Age
4 + years
Service Type
Contemporary
Weekly Attendance
250 - 499

Michael Mccartney

Christian Hills Church

Evangelical/non-denominational, Pastor/Minister

About me:
Non-denominational-evangelical-Associated with the Fellowship Of Christian Assemblies

11/’08 - present - Senior Pastor of Christian Hills ’97 - 11/’08 - Senior pastor New Life Community Church ’97 ... read more
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Gloria Green
September 12, 2013
Awesome and excellent information on this site. I appreciate this site. Amen!
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Lauro Lambayong,jr
September 15, 2011
to God be the glory!
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Michael Mccartney of Christian Hills Church
January 19, 2010
Thanks Colin for catching the error I will edit it.
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Michael Mccartney of Christian Hills Church
January 19, 2010
Hello Ray: I am responding to your comment about truth - from my research the comment is true. But I did remove it from the sermon - beside who checks out snopes.com - I did research on them and they are not a trustworthy source either. But for accuracy sake it has been removed. God bless and have a nice day!
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Robert Cravens
September 12, 2009
Thanks for including this sermon. We need to revisit this important issue again and again in our churches. Thanks
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Curt Courtenay
November 29, 2008
excellent job
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Ray Waldo of Chief Shepherd Blog
October 27, 2007
Unfortunately, the inaccurate "facts" included here place the entire sermon in question. The urban legend / hoax of P&G CEO and satan worship has been around for the past 25 years. However it has been shown to be false on many occasions. Brothers, it is ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL that we NOT repeat rumors or old wives tales and assume them to be accurate. We must make certain that what we speak - especially from the pulpit - is factually true and is truth. Check these things out at snopes.com or urbanlegends.about.com or hoaxbusters.ciac.org or any of many other sites before you repeat them or send them "to everyone in your address book."
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Romeo Fulga
December 9, 2006
Good sermon. Simple, yet practical. Shows good understanding of Biblical theology.
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