Antidote

Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 18:21-35.  The Box Jellyfish is the most venomous animal on earth.  One needs the antidote in fifteen minutes in order to avoid permanent and life-threatening damage.  The same is true in our lives – we need an antidote to avoid the permanent and life-threatening damage that occurs when we come […]

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The One Thing We Lack

David denHartog teaches from 2 Chronicles 34-35.  In this passage, we see how King Josiah brings about revival because of his humility.  Do we have humility?  Will we humble ourselves, or will God humble us? Additional Scriptures: Matthew 5:3-4; James 4:6-10; Isaiah 66:2; 2 Chronicles 7:14

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WWW.CBC.Revival

Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Chronicles 17:1-6, with selected verses through chapter 20.  King Jehoshaphat was devoted to the ways of the Lord in the midst of a pagan society.  This is what we need as a church today.  Pastor Kevin points out three aspects of his reign – the Word, the world and worship […]

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The Perfect Storm

America is in the midst of the perfect storm.  The problems in our nation are not political, but are spiritual.  Is there any hope? Our only hope is repentance and revival within the church.  This starts with revival in our hearts. David denHartog teaches from select verses in 2 Chronicles 14:2 to 16:14, where we […]

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Risk

Kevin Bentley teaches from Matthew 25:13-30 on the Parable of the Talents.  In the game of Risk, if you risk nothing then you’re probably going to gain nothing.  There is also an element of risk in our spiritual lives as well.  This parable is about how saving faith manifests itself in practical terms and eternal […]

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Do I Have What It Will Take?

David denHartog teaches from Matthew 25:1-13.  In this passage, Jesus uses the Parable of the Ten Virgins to explain to his disciples what it will be like during the end times for Jewish believers.  Pastor David helps us to understand who each of the characters in the parable represent, what the parable means, and how […]

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A Preview of Things to Come

David denHartog teaches from 2 Peter 3:1-13.  There are two extreme responses we could take as we look at world events and think about the Day of the Lord approaching.  But, what should our response be to the return of Christ?  Pastor David gives us two major points and two principles for application from this […]

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Its a Matter of the Heart

David denHartog continues the Behold the King series from Matthew.  If the check engine light comes on in your car, then you know that there is a problem with the engine of the car.  At the end of Matthew 12:15-37, Jesus says, “for out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks.”  The check […]

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Great Expectations

David denHartog begins again the Behold the King series with Matthew 11:1-19.  We all live with expectations – in  marriage, with our family, in our community, for our church, of God.  They often show up in what we pray about.  And often, our expectations are dashed or broken.  This can bring doubt – about God or […]

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Hooked

David denHartog explains the last three steps of the re:generation ministry.  Its what you’re hooked to in life that makes all the difference.  Some are hooked to an addiction; some to the American dream; some to the daily treadmill of everyday living; some to sports.  The problem is that most of us won’t admit that […]

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