Today Don Kinser examines Proverbs 6:6 and encourages us to take the time and actually consider the any and her ways. Join us for a short expository on this seemingly simple creature and discover just how it can help us to be wise.
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What are we here for? Have you ever seriously considered this question? Today Pastor Doss shares not only his vision for our church, but God's vision for THE church. Think you already know what it is? Listen and find out.
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Most of us walking around professing to love and serve Christ are pretty quick to say we have faith. After all, we know Jesus is the Son of God, walked this earth, died on the cross and rose again. We are confident that He died for our sins. Many would be surprised to discover that a closer look at scripture may reveal that we don't have the faith we think we have. Today Pastor Doss explains why real faith is so important, how we can determine if we truly have the faith we say we have, and how to grow it.
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Join Evangelist Josh Harless in a discussion of what worship is and what it should look like in our lives. He examines several Hebrew words to describe the various aspects of worship and then walks us through several Biblical examples of lives spent in worship.
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It's a disease you may not even realize that you have and yet if you are infected it is hugely detrimental to your spiritual health? What is it? Thanklessitus. Listen as Pastor Doss explains just what it is, the symptoms, and how you can remedy the problem.
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