Unity In Times of Disagreement Today we will reach the end of our study of Romans 12. This is our seventh study in this incredibly practical chapter. Romans 1-11 is known for its rich doctrinal teaching, its unparalleled theology. All
Love. We are bombarded by the word aren’t we? We talk about who we love, what we love, why we love, how much we love, and the nature of our love.
Our bodies are a marvelous, miraculous collection of cells, tissue, organs, and organized systems that cooperate and function together to make us the people that we are.
Have you thought about what it means to be able to think? “Thinking,” the ability to experience the world around us, assess what is happening within us, the thoughts and emotions of our minds and hearts, and process the meaning
Unity In Times of DisagreementGoogle the phrase, “Battle for the mind” and you will find 120,000,000 websites that you can visit. Must be an important topic. Needless to say I haven’t read all of the information that is available for
Unity In Times of DisagreementIt has taken us 57 lessons to get through the first eleven chapters of Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. I hope that you have taken advantage of these 57 lessons, all of which are
This week we reach the climax of the first eleven chapters of Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. For the past year we have been studying, line-by-line and verse-by-verse, the most remarkable theological document ever written. For the past
Unity In Times of Disagreement “Pride goes before a fall.” People who have never even read the Bible know that famous verse from Proverbs 16:18. We’ve heard it quoted in about every context possible. When a person achieves fame, fortune,
Today we will begin our study of the tenth chapter of Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. Paul begins the chapter with a prayer for his own people, people who are passionate, incredibly passionate, but misguided. Paul says that
He is risen! “Up from the grave He arose! With a mighty triumph o’er His foes!” This is our hope. This is our assurance that life has meaning, that death has lost its hold, and that our future is secure.