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Preaching and Evangelism

February 22, 2018

Preaching and Evangelism One snowy Sunday, a 15-year-old boy ducked into a church to get warm. While there, he heard a sermon from Isaiah 45:22, “Look unto me and be ye saved,” and he trusted Christ that day. The boy was Charles Spurgeon; over his lifetime, he would preach to more than 10 million people and baptize more than 14,000 converts.

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  • Evangelism February 22, 2018

Preaching in Thessalonica and Berea

August 18, 2014

Preaching in Thessalonica and Berea It has become popular among many academics to speak of a divide between the “Jesus of history” and the “Christ of faith.” According to this thinking, the Jesus of history was simply a great rabbi or prophetic figure, while the picture of Christ in Scripture is the later church’s projection of their own...

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The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached: Part 1

October 15, 2015

The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached: Part 1 What was the best sermon you have ever heard? Sermons are like meals. A handful stand out, but most provide some spiritual sustenance for that moment and then fade from memory. But the biblical sermon we will be considering for the next three days is considered the greatest ever preached. Much of...

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The Life and Preaching of Charles Spurgeon

December 2, 2020

Chris Fabry Live

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He only lived 57 years. He taught and spoke in England in the 1800s. So why are we still talking about a man named Spurgeon? You’ll find out as we welcome Dr. Thomas Breimaier. He’s written what has been called the most important scholarly study of Charles Spurgeon to date. Why did he have such an impact and what can...

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  • The Church December 2, 2020
MoneyWise Live

Jesus and Economics, Part 1

October 14, 2020

MoneyWise Live

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During His earthly ministry, Jesus talked about love, repentance and salvation. But you may be surprised to learn that He also talked about economics. On the next MoneyWise Live, hosts Rob West and Steve Moore welcome economist Jerry Bowyer to help us gain a fuller understanding of this facet of Christian doctrine. It’s Jesus...

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  • Finances October 14, 2020

“Free and Focused” Part 1

April 25, 2021

Living a Legacy

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Titus 3:1-11 | Our country is experiencing serious division. There are strong feelings about policies and positions. There is a temptation for some followers of Christ to speak loudly and rudely about these issues. But how does that benefit the cause of Christ? Crawford Loritts reminds us that having convictions on issues is fine, but expressing...

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  • Christian Living and Discipleship April 25, 2021

Our Great Salvation: 1 and 2 Peter

October 1, 2016

Our Great Salvation: 1 and 2 Peter Detective stories enjoy great popularity among readers, probably because we all like a little mystery. We are intrigued by the unknown. A good detective story leaves the reader guessing about the outcome of the investigation and the detective’s train of thought. Finally, the clues are pieced together and...

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Faith and Failure - Part 1

January 29, 2021

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe

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This week on Bold Steps we started a new series on Speaking to the Heart of Doubt … and every one of us know what it’s like to fail at something.  We’ve all experienced it … but often times our sense of failure leads to feeling shame.  Pastor Mark Jobe leads us as we look at a powerful story in John, chapter... January 29, 2021

Pharaoh and His Dream: Part 1

August 9, 2018

In his biography of Douglas MacArthur, William Manchester describes him in this way: “His belief in . . . God was genuine, yet he seemed to worship only at the altar of himself. He never went to church, but regarded himself as one of the world’s two great defenders of Christendom (the other was the pope).” Powerful leaders often succumb to...

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Living in Hope: 1 and 2 Thessalonians

July 1, 2015

Living in Hope: 1 and 2 Thessalonians In 1976, well-known theologian, pastor, and philosopher Francis Schaeffer published a book with a title, How Should We Then Live? that resonated with many Christians of the day. The book pondered the development of Western culture from ancient Rome to the present and searched to answer existential questions...

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