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  • Standing In The Gap Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 4, 2016
    based on 9 ratings
     | 20,016 views

    The first 3 chapters of Revelation have often been seen as separate from the rest of the book. But that doesn't make any sense. Why would Jesus spend 3 chapters on local churches who were not part of the rest of the story?

    OPEN: This morning I’m going to teach you a little about something that’s called “Hermeneutics”. Hermeneutics is the description of how to read and understand your Bible. When I was in Bible College I had a professor who told us that whenever the Bible had a lot to say on ...read more

  • Baa Baa Black Sheep Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 29, 2011
    based on 94 ratings
     | 25,173 views

    Psychologists refer to the trait of not wanting someone to be part of their "flock" the "Black Sheep Effect". Jesus could have told His parable using a black sheep (because the sinners He worked with were that), but He didn’t. Were there reasons why He di

    OPEN: (This is a video of a 3 yr old girl “reading” the story of the lost sheep. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QIhNBzK6dQ Begin at 31 sec mark. Quit at 3 minutes) In keeping with this idea of children’s stories, I want to share with you a children’s song about sheep. Sing along is you know ...read more

  • The King And Lord Of All Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Feb 20, 2017
    based on 6 ratings
     | 11,480 views

    What does it mean that Jesus is King of Kings and Lord of Lords? It's not just a title. It's a powerful description of Who Jesus is and what He means to us.

    OPEN: You’ll notice up on stage here we have a Christian and an American flag. According to my research, the American flag on church stages became a prominent feature somewhere around WWI. And it especially came into prominence during WWII when (according to a Catholic resource) the flag was flown ...read more