Getting to the Root

David denHartog continues the series on the re:gen ministry, covering steps 7, 8, and 9.  When you pull weeds from the garden bed, you must also get the root – or the weed will grow right back.  The same is true of our sins and struggles – they must be dealt with at the root […]

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4 to 6 of 12

Dean Elliott explains steps 4, 5, and 6 of the re:generation ministry.  He helps us understand the idea behind and the Biblical foundation of each step.

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Foundations: 1 to 3 of 12

Dean Elliott begins to explain the ministry of “re:generation.”  What does regeneration mean?  re:generation is a 12-step program designed to bring God back into the 12-step process, and give the church an opportunity to speak the healing of Jesus Christ into the lives of people.  What are the first three steps of the program?  What […]

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The Engine

Pride is the engine that drives all (or nearly all) sin.  David denHartog teaches us how and when pride entered the universe, and then how it moved into the world of men and women.  Pride and sin is now part of our lives.  We also learn some of the symptoms of pride and how to […]

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The Way Up

David denHartog teaches through Mark 10:35-52.  Jesus asks a pair of brothers in this text, and he also asks a blind beggar: What do you want out of life?  We can learn much from their answers, and from Jesus’ responses to them.  How would you answer Jesus?  What do you want?

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Cut, Reconnect, Redirect

Dean Elliott teaches from James 5:7-17, a continuation from last week.  We are all capable of being ticking time bomb – exploding when our wants are not met in the way we want them.  But God has provided a way for us to disarm the bomb of our flesh and to reconnect with Him.  Will […]

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Disarm the Bomb!

Dean Elliott continues the Disagreements Without Division series by teaching from James 4:1-6.  Do you remember that you are always capable of being the bad guy?  Why do we forget to be slow to speak and slow to anger?  If we don’t disarm our broken hearts from the issue at hand, whatever the conflict is, and […]

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Termites or Trouble?

David denhartog wraps up “Disagreements Without Division,” with part three focusing on how best to approach disagreements that are about the gray areas of how we are to live out the Christian life.  He teaches us five major principles of Scripture through which we must think as we make decisions about the little things in […]

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Equations for Solution

David denHartog continues the series, “Disagreements Without Division,” by looking at three vignettes in the book of Acts.  There were disagreements in the growing church and we can see the solutions that maintained the unity of the Spirit and the bond of peace.  We can use these equations for solution in our own lives and […]

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Fear The Lord

Tom Worthley teaches on Father’s Day on one of the greatest gifts a father can give to his kids is to fear the Lord himself.  To fear the Lord brings joy, peace, and security to our lives.  Tom uses Proverbs 14:26-27 to help us better understand what it means to fear the Lord.  He also […]

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