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  • Are You Religious? Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jan 10, 2017
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    Typically, a person's idea of being religious is just going through rituals and practices associated with the faith. In James 1:26-27 God defined what it means to be religious. So regardless of what we think it means we need to learn what God said it is.

    ARE YOU RELIGIOUS? (part one) James 1:26-27 INTRODUCTION: When people would ask me if I was religious I would say, no, because to me, being religious kind of had a negative connotation. Because typically, a person's idea of religious is going through rituals and practices associated with the ...read more

  • Eliphaz’s First Conversation With Job Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jun 27, 2017
     | 1,008 views

    In this first conversation, the more senior friend lays an accusation on heavily, and what it does it torment Job, instead of helping him recover. What Job needs is a comforter – but instead he receives condemnation.

    Eliphaz’s First Conversation with Job Job Sermon Series, Part 5 Introduction (Job Slide) - This morning and for the next few weeks, we will see several conversations -- These conversations involve Job and his friends who’ve come to visit - These friends have come to comfort friend, ...read more

  • Not Just Sticks And Stones Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Apr 4, 2016
     | 2,023 views

    Jesus continues the teaching of the Third Commandment by demonstrating that God's name and integrity is to be upheld, and we are to take the issue of swearing and blasphemy seriously by controlling our language.

    Message Matthew 12:22-32 “Not Just Sticks and Stones” Let’s do an “Eavesdropping Accuracy Test”. I’ll tell you a phrase and you try and think what sort of person would use such a phrase. • “We may refuse or reduce a claim, or cancel this ...read more