Phillip Brookman visited with us for the sixth lesson in the Summer Series and delivered a great sermon about how stealing and hoarding material possessions isn't in God's plan for us.
Dalton Shumate and Matthew Reeves demonstrate skills they've learned from the Kerusso Experience, a preaching camp at Harding University.
One of the hardest things a follower of the Lord is commanded to do is to forgive others. In this lesson we highlight the difficulty, possibility and necessity of forgiving others with a backdrop of one of the Lord's most challenging parables.
Ever heard someone say "That's a Romans 14 issue?" What did they mean? Unfortunately, sometimes Romans 14 is misused to sweep doctrinal disagreements under the rug in order to promote unity in diversity. Is this how God wants us to use Romans 14? In this lesson we discuss what Romans 14 means and show some ways it's often misused.
Why do some Christians have no trouble anwering the question "Are you saved?" but struggle to answer the question "Do you feel saved?" The reason is sometimes Christians struggle to forgive self even though they believe God has forgiven them. If this is happening to you, there is a terrible, heavy burden of guilt that you carry with you every day. In this lesson, we discuss steps to lay aside this burden of guilt.
Romans 12:1-2 is a message that is special to Christians. Understanding its placement in the book of Romans as Paul transitions from matters of doctrine to duty is why this passage has been compared to a halftime speech. The message is simple in these two verses. Paul tells us one thing to do and two ways to do it.
So many people live their lives hitched to their past with regret and remorse. What if it was possible to live free of that? It is and it's called "forgiveness." In this lesson, we explore the wonderful possibility of a God who is willing to forgive. We ask three fundamental questions to help us understand how to enjoy the peace of forgiveness.
Dr. Stan Reid visited with us for the third lesson in the Summer Series and delivered a great sermon about the valuing all life that God has created.
Some people think they are too bad for God. That's because man uses an insufficient scale of sin. Some are better and some are worse. We all see ourselves on the "better" side. But God sees it in black and white.
Life hands challenges, trials, tribulations. Why doesn't God do something? Why doesn't he give us an easier life. Abraham had many tests but one was the supreme test. God asked him to sacrifice his son. He complied and God stopped the knife at the last moment. Why?