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Time for the Bible

How To Find Time For The Bible

August 12, 2020

In a fast-paced world, how does anyone find time for reading the Bible? Even with good intentions and a desire to get into God's Word, reading the Bible can easily fall to the side with the hustle of a modern day life.

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Jesus, a Woman, and a Well

July 31, 2020

Text: John 4There is a woman at a well with a story. Her story gives us another glimpse into this man, Jesus, and how He reached out to people during His season of ministry on the earth.Here are a few dynamics we see

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Your Wilderness Has Purpose

June 15, 2020

Your season of transition has PURPOSE; actually, more than likely, it has more than one purpose. The Israelites went through transition in the wilderness. They weren't just wandering. They weren't just waiting. They

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The Dangers of Wrongful Stereotyping

May 24, 2020

A stereotype is a standardized mental picture that is held in common by members of a group and that represents an oversimplified opinion, prejudiced attitude, or uncritical judgment.[1] It’s a classification

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Trusting or Testing

May 22, 2020

Jesus understood that we shouldn't tempt God, or try to manipulate Him. In Psalm 91 God promises that His angels will protect us. In Luke 4 the enemy quotes Psalm 91 and dares Jesus to jump from a high

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5 Ways a Church Can Help In a Crisis

April 23, 2020

Our world often faces crisis situations. Hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, famine, wars, pestilence and such. Now we are facing Covid-19. God has delegated the care of the hurting and the poor to the church. God has

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