Shema

April 30, 2017 by  
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Listen Up! Shema is a very important Hebrew word that has great ramifications to Christians today. So, pay attention and apply this word to your walk with Christ!

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God’s Plan for the Home – Parents & Children, by Mitch Davis (8/30/2015)

August 30, 2015 by  
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God’s Plan for the Home Series
Parents & Children

Just as the husband and wife have God ordained roles that reveal our imperfections, so it is with the roles and relationships between parents and their children. A gracious relationship is needed! Ephesians 6:1-4

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God’s Plan for the Home – Husbands and Wives, by Mitch Davis (8/16/2015)

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God’s Plan for the Home Series
Husbands & Wives

The godly foundation of any home is that of a healthy relationship between a husband and his wife, just as God’s word parallels between it and the church of Jesus Christ. Ephesians 5:22-33

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God’s Plan for the Home – God First, by Mitch Davis (8/9/2015)

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God First

It is easy for proclaimed Christians to stray away from the explicit teachings that please our God, including His plan for the home. This year’s series on the home focuses on the fundamentals. It’s up to us to live out God’s teachings by faith and love.

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Our Secret Sins, by Mitch Davis (7/19/2015)

July 19, 2015 by  
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Fellow Christian, we do not need look far to see secret sins…its right here in the Lord’s church…most likely in your local congregation.

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Meaning of Life, by Mitch Davis (7/12/2015)

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Humanist Stephen Fry, in an interview in which he shares what he’d say if he met God, for all his blasphemous words does provide questions for which a number of Christians have difficulty answering. Worse is when Christians stray from the Word of God to answer such questions.

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Spiritual Citizenship, by Mitch Davis (6/28/2015)

June 28, 2015 by  
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Fellow Christian say these words aloud, “this world is NOT my home”. You see, no matter what laws or practices affect our society in or seemingly are against Christian values and principles have a spiritual citizenship. We have got to see this big picture if we’re going to be able to lovingly reach the Good News to a broken world.

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Father to the Fatherless, by Mitch Davis (6/21/2015)

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So many children are growing up without their fathers today – 20 million of them – let alone our heavenly Father. Our children need true men of God to step forward and be like Him…a father to the fatherless!

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Transform – by Mitch Davis (6/14/2015)

June 14, 2015 by  
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 Being transformed from one worldview to another is very difficult to say the least. But with a good and honest heart coupled with your faith in our Almighty God your mind and behavior will be transformed!

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The Fragrance of Forgiveness, by Mitch Davis (06/7/2015)

June 7, 2015 by  
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Fragrance of Forgiveness, by Mitch Davis (6/7/2015)

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So, what does a person’s life look like when he or she is forgiven. It depends! How much have you been forgiven will permeate in like fashion, just ask Jesus (Lk. 7:36-50).

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