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Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Thessalonians 3:6-18.  It is not the Day of the Lord yet, so what do we do while we wait?  Are you working?  Or, are you considered dead weight, and relying on someone else?  In this passage, we see a general principle that encompasses two commands.

Kevin Bentley teaches from II Thessalonians 3:1-5.  In this passage, Paul is really making a declaration of war of a different kind.  We as believers are fighting a spiritual war that underlies all of man’s wars.  There is a battle for the salvation of souls, for our eternal destiny.  In light of the persecution of […]

Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17.  God’s kingdom can be likened to a train that is barreling through history.  God has decided what the destination of the train will be, and the best place to be is on the train.  The way to get on the train is to believe that Jesus paid the […]

David denHartog teaches from 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12.  Our world is indeed falling apart.  God is setting the stage for “The Day of the Lord,” which commences with the tribulation period.  We are not there yet, but it could happen at any time.  What should be our response to all of this?  In this passage, we […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Thessalonians 1:6-12.  Life only makes sense when you have the correct and accurate information.  Being misguided leads to incorrect interpretations.

Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Thessalonians 1:1-5.

David denHartog teaches the first in a new series, What in the World is Happening?   We live in a changing world, and there is much misinformation that you and I are subject to.  When there is misinformation, there is often misapplication on we should live our life.  The Thessalonians didn’t know what was happening in […]

Dean Elliott concludes the Coming with His Saints series based in II Thessalonians.  He address one of most insidious and universal problems of humanity: laziness.  We look at the problem, as found in II Thessalonians 3:6-15.  We also look at how the church is supposed to respond it and take away specific applications to our own lives.

Dean Elliott continues the Coming with His Saints series, teaching from 2 Thessalonians 2:13 through 3:5.  What brings stability to our lives in this age?  What guards against distractions?  What do we need to hold on to?

Pastor David denHartog continues the Coming with His Saints series on end times.  When there are difficulties, trials and heartaches in our lives, the temptation is to give up and not keep battling.  We wonder if there really is a God.  How do we bear up when we feel hopeless?  Paul wrote 2 Thessalonians for people […]

Dean Elliott teaches about work – what work is and how we were made for it.  We can get satisfaction from our work, but it is not our the source of our satisfaction. Scripture references: Genesis 1:26-27, 2:1-17, 3:17b-19; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13; John 6:26-35