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  • Hold On, There’s Hope Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 8, 2016
     | 1,340 views

    Most couples when they walk down the isle think that it’s going to be Happily ever after because that’s what’s portrayed for us on the screen. But it can be a few days, months or even year, you begin to realize that marriage isn’t all happily evert after

    “Hold on, There’s Hope!” 1 Cor. 13:1-7 Our Scripture today is Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth which was experiencing a lot of turmoil and infighting as a new body of Christ. Paul’s answer was simply one word: love. This was a prescription of how the body of ...read more

  • Overcoming Your Family Problems Series

    Contributed by Olu Omoasegun on May 31, 2016
     | 1,779 views

    As we all know that the entire world is a product of a family. Any problem in every society or a nation is a carry over of family problem. Overcoming family problems is one of the fundamental teachings to u[hold the family and the entire world as whole.

    INTRODUCTION As we all know that the entire world is a product of a family. Each man comes from a family, and society is a result of combination of families. Any problem in every society or a nation is a carry over of family problem. Overcoming family problems is one of the fundamental teachings ...read more

  • Help! I’ve Married The Wrong Person! Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 8, 2016
     | 1,928 views

    Jacob rolls over in the morning and the woman beside him is not the woman of his dreams. The same thing has happened to many couples. We wake up one day and think we’ve married the wrong person. What are you to do?

    Help! I’ve Married the Wrong Person! Genesis 29:15-30 Bob Moeller writes: "I never met my grandmother. She died on the dusty, lonely plains when my father was 17 years old. Yet my father credits her with pointing him toward God. A few summers ago, when I attended a large family reunion, I ...read more