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  • Evangelism As A Lifestyle

    Contributed by Joshua Tilley on May 24, 2018
     | 1,578 views

    This is one portion of a study of evangelism focusing on naturally living a life of evangelism.

    Evangelism as a Lifestyle Col 4:3-4 At the same time, pray also for us that God may open a door to us for the message, to speak the mystery of the Messiah, for which I am in prison, so that I may reveal it as I am required to speak. Paul prays for opportunity to speak to his prison guards ...read more

  • Protecting The Boundary Markers Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jun 10, 2007
    based on 45 ratings
     | 13,645 views

    Uses a Supreme Court decision to illustrate the critical nature of Scripture in our lives.

  • The Greatest Intellect And The Most Influential Life Ever Lived Series

    Contributed by Bishop Lalachan Abraham on Dec 25, 2015
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,096 views

    Socrates taught for 40 years, Plato for 50, Aristotle for 40, and Jesus for only 3, Yet the influence of Christ's 3-year teaching infinitely transcends the impact left by the combined 130 years of teaching from these men who were among the greatest philosophers of all ancient times

    Socrates taught for 40 years, Plato for 50, Aristotle for 40, and Jesus for only 3, Yet the influence of Christ's 3-year teaching infinitely transcends the impact left by the combined 130 years of teaching from these men who were among the greatest philosophers of all ancient times. As the ...read more

  • An Obedient Heart - A Man After God's Own Heart Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Feb 28, 2005
    based on 87 ratings
     | 30,655 views

    Why did God strike Uzzah dead? Because he touched the ark... but why hadn’t they carried the ark the way God told them to? The answer may surprise you.

    OPEN: Several years ago, Reader’s Digest told of a young couple who had just bought a water bed. While assembling the bed, the couple realized they would need a hose to fill it with – and they didn’t own one. So, the husband went to the hardware store and bought one. They attached the hose to ...read more

  • God’s Idea Of Church Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 2, 2011
    based on 134 ratings
     | 42,279 views

    Church Consultants probably wouldn’t have started a church like God did... but His worked. How can we do Church today like He did back then?

    How many of you have ever read the magazine called “Reminisce”? Several years ago there was an article in that magazine by a woman who told of her father having returned from the war. He, like many men, wanted to buy tools for his worksho, and one of the tools he wanted was a drill press. But ...read more

  • The First Promise Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 20, 2014
    based on 28 ratings
     | 42,828 views

    What would you say to a man who was afraid of dying? A man who knew his death was just months away but couldn't handle that truth? Would you be able to turn his fear into hope?

    OPEN: I recently listened to a man named Chris tell of visiting his relatives in Kokomo, Indiana. One night his family took him out to and treated him to a special meal at the Texas Roadhouse restaurant. Sometime during the evening, Chris got up and went into the bathroom, and while he was there ...read more

  • Extreme Widows! Mark 12: 41-44

    Contributed by David Smith on Dec 14, 2006
    based on 6 ratings
     | 5,891 views

    My focus here is on three widows - Ruth, her mother-in-law Naomi, and a nameless pensioner who puts all her livelihood into the offertory plate! As ever, the characters the Bible brings before us as heroes of the faith are persons whom the community at

    A priest by the name of Wes Seeliger was shopping for a motorcycle. The Harley-Davidson salesperson bragged ‘this machine will go from 0 to 150 in 20 seconds. It will hug the road at 150 km/h. It will outrun anything on wheels. What do you do for a living, sir.’ ‘I’m a priest’ Seeliger said. ...read more

  • Extreme Widows! (Mark 12:41-44)

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 4, 2007
     | 2,255 views

    My focus here is on three widows - Ruth, her mother-in-law Naomi, and a nameless pensioner who puts all her livelihood into the offertory plate!

    A priest by the name of Wes Seeliger was shopping for a motorcycle. The Harley-Davidson salesperson bragged ‘this machine will go from 0 to 150 in 20 seconds. It will hug the road at 150 km/h. It will outrun anything on wheels. What do you do for a living, sir.’ ‘I’m a priest’ Seeliger said. ‘It’s ...read more

  • Ethics Must Be Integrated Into Economic Activity Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 26, 2009
     | 1,203 views

    Just as the action of Herod and of abortionists shows the divorce of economics and ethics, so we must reintegrate ethics into economic activity, if we are to reclaim society for Christ

    December 28, 2009 Feast of the Holy Innocents Caritas in Veritate The timeliness of the Pope’s encyclical, Charity in Truth, and its match to our Monday Scriptures is truly remarkable. Aristotle, himself an unbeliever, used mere reason to arrive at some remarkable truths. One of them is that ...read more

  • Saving Science From Itself Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 10, 2018
     | 625 views

    We should look to Albert the Great for inspiration for scientists to work within the divine plan for the real good of humans.

    Thursday of the 32nd Week in Course 2018 St. Albert the Great When is the kingdom of God coming? I’ve always been impressed by the number of Protestant preachers who speculate that we are literally in the last days, that Jesus is coming within the next year, or two years, or five years. It’s like ...read more

  • Natural Law And Christian Management Practices

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Jul 9, 2019
     | 620 views

    With the exception of those sections dealing with “natural law” and its relationship to Christianity, I am indebted to the lectures of Beth Cabrera, The Great Courses Plus.com regarding the contributions of "positive psychology" to the field of management.

    In Ephesians 6:5-9, we read that servants are to be obedient to masters. Presumably today this applies to employees and other workers. They are to be obedient to whatever authority is over them. Reading a little further we find that employers (masters) must be worthy of obedience, faithfully ...read more

  • Blessed Are The Meek Series

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Dec 26, 2004
    based on 17 ratings
     | 2,214 views

    The Beatitudes exhibit the natural progression of the transformation that comes only through Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit. Those who seek this transformation are "blessed" or "approved of God." True happiness in life comes when one r

    Blessed are the Meek Matthew 5:5 #3 of 8 in Series INTRODUCTION The Beatitudes exhibit the natural progression of the transformation that comes only through Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit. Those who seek this transformation are "blessed" or "approved of God." True ...read more

  • The Walking Billboard Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 9, 2017
    based on 7 ratings
     | 13,781 views

    Why would Jesus show up 4 days late for the funeral of one of His best friends? What was Jesus trying to teach and what can we learn from this miracle/"sign"?

  • Hope: Lost And Found Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 3, 2016
    based on 14 ratings
     | 29,554 views

    The dead don't come back. That's what the world believes, and that was what the men on the road to Emmaus thought. But is that true?

  • Jesus' Bff Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 26, 2020
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,509 views

    Jesus showed up 4 days late for Lazarus' funeral. Why? And what can that mean to us as Christians?