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Presented by Andy Burnett - May 20, 2022
In this study, we’ll address an underlying question all of us who have been called to this way of life must answer. You and I can only answer for ourselves. An incorrect answer clouds and taints everything we think, say and do. The correct answer—a response we must continue to answer correctly throughout our Christian walk—will carry us through thick and thin! What is your answer?Watch ›
Presented by David Johnson - September 15, 2017
In 2000 crossover country star Lee Ann Womack won the Grammy Award for the best country song of the year with the song “I Hope You Dance.” The song wasn’t so much about dancing as it was about recognizing and seizing the opportunities life brings your way. The opportunities God brings to Christians are unique and have a purpose for our lives, but sometimes we, too, may overlook the special possibilities God sets before us. Sometimes the path that seems to lead where we want to go is not the one we need
Presented by Britton Taylor - September 15, 2017
If so, you have desired a good work. This modern era requires us to look to the future and prepare for the next generation of the Church. This FNL will examine the role, attitude and responsibility of the future leadership of the Church. The fields are ripe for harvest—are you prepared to be a tool in God’s hand?
Presented by Mark Winner - May 19, 2017
Jesus Christ’s sacrifice to pay the death penalty for our sins was the ultimate act of reconciliation. But reconciliation is also something we are to practice with one another when and as needed. We often refer to a few verses in Matthew 18 in regards to this concept, but sadly, people frequently find it difficult to practice, giving a variety of excuses. Our love for God and His truth are what will ultimately drive us to seek reconciliation when and where needed. Join Mark Winner at 8 p.m. Eastern time on Friday, May 19, for
Presented by Joel Meeker - May 1, 2017
Jesus stated in Matthew 16:18 that He would build His Church, and that it would never die. Thus there is an unbroken chain of Church members stretching from the day of Pentecost in A.D. 31 to the present time. What traces of that seamless line can we find in history? In this Friday Night Live, Joel Meeker will present an overview of the Church’s understanding of its history through the last nearly 2,000 years. Cicero said: “To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child.” We must understand our place
Presented by Jim Franks - April 14, 2017
After the Feast of Unleavened Bread we enter the countdown for Pentecost, which is also called the Feast of Firstfruits. We are to count 50 days from the Sunday during Unleavened Bread in order to establish the date for Pentecost. Over the years the dating of Pentecost has been controversial, and there has also been some controversy about the term “firstfruit.” This is an agricultural term that has a spiritual application. What does it really mean?
Presented by Doug Horchak - February 18, 2017
Who are the real ministers of Jesus Christ? So many claim to represent God and Christ, but who are the men that actually DO represent Jesus Christ and the Church He founded? By what tradition or authority do they exist, and what role does the Bible say they should have in the Church? By reading through God’s Word, we will answer these and other questions about the servants God has commissioned to help care for His Church.
Presented by Dave Myers - January 20, 2017
Our current culture is confused on the topic of men and women – masculinity and femininity. What is a man and what is a woman? What is a man supposed to be like? How is he supposed to act? What is a woman supposed to be like? How is she supposed to act? And how should gentlemen and ladies interact with each other? To clear the confusion and help us to sort through the conflicting opinions offered by our culture, we’ll look to God’s Word for His framework. By using God’s word we
Presented by Clyde Kilough - December 16, 2016
Truly forgiving other people for past hurts they have inflicted on us—some of them deep and scarring wounds—is one of the toughest challenges a Christian may face. This study will address a number of the questions and spiritual concepts about this issue, such as: Why is forgiveness so hard for humans? What about concepts “forgive and forget” or “forgiving yourself”? Can humans forgive sin? What do you do when you find you just cannot forgive someone? Oh, and about that title . . . well, you’ll just have to tune
Presented by Andy Burnett - September 16, 2016
Psalm 133:1 states, “…how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!” We tend to know it when we see it, but why is it sometimes extremely difficult to get along with certain people? Some chalk it up to personality differences while others cite character flaws as the culprit. We’ll examine God’s Word on these subjects while offering tools (e.g., discernment, understanding) on how to enhance our relationships with one another in the faith.
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