Sermon Series
  • 1. Scripture Memorization 101

    Contributed on Aug 27, 2013
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    In Memorizing God’s word, we can obtain: 1) Encouragement from God’s Commission (Joshua 1:1–2). 2) Encouragement from God’s Promises (Joshua 1:3–6), and 3) Encouragement from God’s Written Word (Joshua 1:7–9)

    As summer winds down, kids become anxious about going back to school. Besides the prospect of tests and assignments, one factor that tends to provoke dread, is rote memorization. Memorizing dates, names, equations, chemicals etc. is generally viewed as tedious. Many associate all memorization with more

  • 2. Rest 101

    Contributed on Sep 1, 2013
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    God’s rest is based on three things: 1) Personal faith (Hebrews 4:2–3), 2) Sovereign decree (Hebrews 4:5–6), and 3) Immediate action (Hebrews 4:7).

    One of the most difficult times to be working is when many other people have the day off. For people in the general or emergency services, there are social or critical services that people avail themselves of, even on holidays. Although it can often mean earning a higher wage, it also can have a more

  • 3. Prayer 101

    Contributed on Sep 8, 2013
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    In Mark 1 Jesus gives us a critical lesson on the timing, manner and necessity of prayer. In it, He shows us the: Preparation by Prayer (Mark 1:35) 2) Expectations through Prayer (Mark 1:36-37), 3) Actions from Prayer (Mark 1:38-39)

    In the ongoing roller coaster called Blackberry, sources familiar with the company announced this week that BlackBerry board hopes to run a “fast” auction process that could result in a sale of the company by November. Analysts have noted problems with product releases, lackluster more

  • 4. Fasting 101

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2013

    1) A Critical Accusation (Mark 2:18), 2) A Corrective Answer (Mark 2:19-20), 3) The Clarifying Analogies (Mark 2:21-22)

    The Jewish New Year 5774 began this year on the evening of September 4th. Ten days later, just before sundown on September 13th, Jews worldwide gather in their homes to eat a final meal together before they embark upon a 25-hour period of fasting and prayer on the holiest, most solemn day of the more