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If anyone serves me, he must follow me; and where I am, there will be my servant also (John 12:26).
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another (1 Peter 4:10).
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Speaker: Jose Troche
Text: Galatians 1:6-10
All people, even Christians, tend to turn to fake gospels. Paul has strong warnings for those who preach and embrace them.
Questions asked: 1) Is alcohol and wine the same thing? 2) Expanding on honorable and dishonorable jobs, 3) Difference between careers and non traditional jobs, 4) Expanding on gossip, 5) Difference between critique and gossip, 6) Single or Married, which one is married?
Addressing the themes of decision making, laziness, and anger.
Addressing the themes of money, our relationship with the authorities, our speech, and our friendships.
Addressing the themes of living for pleasure, lust, and living in the unbelieving world.
Speaker: Scott Redd
Text: Deuteronomy 6:4-9
In the Shema, God calls his people to an integrated life of covenantal affection.
Speaker: Pat Ennis
As disciples of Jesus, we have the blessed assurance that he is alive, present, powerful and committed to pursuing and keeping us. Having given us these assurances, he continues to say, “Follow me” even when we’ve failed him.
Speaker: Kevin Rogers
Text: Galatians 1:1-5
In the first five verses of Galatians, Paul introduces us not only to himself and his original readers, he introduces us to the main theme of the entire book. Paul is compelled to assert the truth that Christians are free from the tyranny of sin through faith in Christ and through faith in Christ alone.
Speaker: Mike Crawford
God is right in the middle of every trauma and predisposed to rescue those who have been traumatized.
Speaker: Philip Martin
Text: Ephesians 3:1-13
Believing in the church can be hard, but it is worth it.
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