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Dean Elliott teaches the fourth sermon in the “Get Your Hopes Up” series. Are you in control of your appetites or do they control you? Do they effect your big decisions? Do they govern small, daily decisions? If you can answer this question, then you can understand your vulnerability to false teachers. In 2 Peter […]

David denHartog teaches from 2 Peter 2:1-10a. Around every bend in the road there is danger. Satan prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. One danger in life is false teaching. The propaganda is all around us from without, but also within Christianity we find false teaching. In our world of […]

Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Peter 1:12-21, continuing the Get Your Hopes Up series. This section of Second Peter helps us to remember WHAT to keep our focus on, WHY we must remind ourselves, and HOW we do this. As Christians, we have a lot to look forward to – with Jesus as our Savior. […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Peter 1:1-11; the first in the “Get Your Hopes Up” series. We want you to get your hopes up, as opposed to “don’t get your hopes up.” Second Peter is about living life today in the light of prophetic truth. We often have to reassess things in our life – […]

David denHartog teaches from 1 Peter 1:3-13. In a culture where the ethics of the Bible are being challenged, how do we stand strong in truth when we may have to suffer for it?

Kevin Bentley teaches from Isaiah 6 on free speech. One definition of free speech is the right to express information, ideas or opinions, free of government restriction based on content, and subject only to reasonable limitations, especially as guaranteed by the 1st and 114th amendments. The 1st amendment says that Congress shall make no law […]

David denHartog teaches from 1 Peter 3:8-17, 4:1. Suffering for our beliefs is on the horizon in American, and issues separating those within families is becoming more prevalent. There are two questions we must ask and must answer: How do we respond to those with whom we greatly differ? If we follow God’s prescription for […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Psalm 52 and Proverbs 26 on propaganda. The Bible doesn’t use the word ‘propaganda,’ but it does say a lot about foolish, futile, and/or unrighteous speech. What is propaganda and how can we recognize it? What can we do to gain “heard” immunity? What does the Bible say about our speech, […]

On Youth Sunday, Kevin Sale teaches from Deuteronomy 6:1-9. In general, we as a christian culture have been passive in our training the next generation to follow the ways of the Lord. We have let others train our kids because we are not intentional about training them, or perhaps are fearful or not confident in […]

Kevin Bentley continues the Fault Lines series by teaching the Biblical perspective on government. Should believers ever resist the government? What is God’s role in appointing political leaders? What’s the spiritual purpose of government? Should Christians participate in politics? The answers lie in an understanding of God’s authority. Believers must respect the government. Main Scripture […]

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