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Pastor Dean Elliott teaches from Hebrews 1:1-2. Christmas isn’t always what it seems. It can be hard for those who are missing loved ones, who feel alone and are away from family. For believers, it is a great reminder of the hope we have through Jesus Christ and what He has done. This hope allows […]

David denHartog interacts with Steve and Ruth Porter, as they tell their story – of their call to the mission field, how they got there, and of their time and experiences on the mission field in Nigeria, Africa. Additional Scripture references: Isaiah 53:6; Hebrews 11:32-40

Kevin Bentley teaches from Hebrews 9 and Luke 2:22-38.  The Ark of the Covenant was a place of atonement and fellowship with the Father, and lived in the Holy of Holies in the Jewish temple.  It is no longer there, but there are theories where it could be now.  However, Jesus is now our place […]

David denHartog teaches from Hebrews 12:1-13 about endurance.  How do we endure through difficult circumstances and during hard times?  Why does God allow adversity?  What does endurance look like and how can we practice it? Additional Scripture references:  Hebrew 11; Philippians 4:13; Colossians 1:22-23; Isaiah 40:28-31; Philippians 2:14-15  

David denHartog shares a short devotional from Members of the Cleburne Bible Church family share testimonies of Thanksgiving and Praise. (The video recording is of the 10:45 AM service.  The audio recording is of the 9:00 AM service.)

Don Hunt teaches from Hebrews 12, during Youth Sunday.  In Hebrews 11, we are shown posters of people to emulate, and then Hebrews 12 is how we are to live a life of faith.  Don redefines endurance, joy and discipline to encourage and challenge us in our Christian walk. (There is no video recording of today’s sermon.)

Dean Elliott continues teaching about tithing; from Hebrews 7:1-10.  What is a tithe?  Why is the tithe 10%?

David denHartog teaches from Hebrews 10:19-39, explaining 5 factors that enter into exhortation.  Exhortation is a part of encouragement and means to build someone up to persevere and endure in their Christian walk.  We become a spiritual spotter to those who are spiritually body-building — spiritually growing into the likeness of Jesus Christ.

David denHartog teaches from Hebrews 11 about what the Christian can expect on the journey of faith.  What do we need to make sure we pack?  What does the Journey of Faith look like?