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Jesus Said, “Follow Me”

Jesus Said, “Follow Me”

Most people like the comfort of having rules to follow. Rules give us a clear understanding of what is expected. Obey the rules and we feel safe, confident in our actions, and assured of positive outcomes. However, excessive focus on rules can make us arrogant and judgmental. Jesus did not give us a rulebook. Instead

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You Can Move On!

Watch the Move On Trailer “I don’t make messes. I make catastrophes!” To some degree, we can all agree with this statement. Jesus lived a perfect life. The rest of us miss the mark. This is why God’s grace and mercy is so important. Sadly, though, we hold on to our messes, trying to hide

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Are You A Christian Atheist?

Watch the Trailer for The Christian Atheist “If you were to be put on trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?” Many believers have been challenged by this question. Do we know Christ well enough to walk in His footsteps? Perhaps the problem is that we believe in Him,

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Are You Wild At Heart?

Watch the Wild at Heart Trailer Where does a man go to develop his full potential? Does he find it in college? Will his adventures lead him to greatness? Will the opinion of others give a complete picture of who he is and can become? We can learn some things about ourselves in each of these

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Beyond Boundaries: Learning to Trust Again in Relationships

Dr. John Townsend introduces Beyond Boundaries The Draw To Relationship You and I are “drawn” to seek out relationships with others. We have an internal drive that propels us toward others. In fact, we have lots of other drives as well: we go online when we are information-driven. We walk to the kitchen when we

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You Can Have The Life You’ve Always Wanted

Success in any field requires work, practice, dedication, and the ability to learn from setbacks. When something is worth our effort, we throw ourselves into the task. What makes us think becoming spiritually mature is any different? The Apostle Paul used terms borrowed from the sporting world. “Work out your salvation,” “run to win,” “buffet

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The Faith: Given Once, For All

Watch the Preview for The Faith Video Bible Study There are believers who know the scripture well but fall short in the emotional connection of relationship. There are also those who feel deeply about God with very little biblical knowledge. Scripture isn’t dusty doctrine but rather a love letter straight from God Himself, and Christianity isn’t a

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Love and War in Marriage

Marriage is hard. But, it is also meant to be beautiful. Building and maintaining a successful marriage requires more work, grace, patience, forgiveness, and sacrifice than any bride or groom who walks down the aisle can begin to comprehend. But, for those who make that life-long commitment and see it through, the rewards are powerful and

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The Case for Grace: You Are Not A Mistake

Earthly relationships shape our understanding of heavenly relationships. We view the Heavenly Father through the filter of our earthly father. Confusion created through relationships in our family translate into the way we view God and how we interact with the family of God. Lee Strobel uses his own history along with several other ordinary stories of

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Captivating The Real You

Watch the Trailer for The Captivating Bible Study For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known. — 1 Corinthians 13:12 This verse illustrates an important issue we face on a daily.

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