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October 31, 2008
Succeeding with others - How are you doing with your interpersonal relationships? If you are married, the relationship you have with your spouse is a great place to start the evaluation. Then consider how you relate to your children, parents and siblings and what about your co-workers? When relationships are difficult, we usually blame the other person. We find that we ar... Full Story

October 17, 2008
Succeeding with others - How are you doing with your interpersonal relationships? If you are married, the relationship you have with your spouse is a great place to start the evaluation. Then consider how you relate to your children, parents and siblings and what about your co-workers? When relationships are difficult, we usually blame the other person. We find that we ar... Full Story

October 10, 2008
The heavenly city - As great as the cities of the world are, they pale in comparison with the city God is building for believers in Christ. This city, the New Jerusalem, is mentioned almost a dozen times in Revelation 21-22. This incomparable city is not a metaphor; it is an actual city where God and His children will live forever. In Revelation 21:2 John writes, "I ... Full Story

October 2, 2008
The ultimate, extreme makeover - "Behold I tell you a mystery, we shall not all sleep, but we shall be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet, for the trumpet will sound and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed," says 1 Corinthians 15:51-52. In these verses, Paul is saying some of us will still be alive when Christ comes and ... Full Story

September 25, 2008
Heaven Boring? You've got to be kidding - By Pastor David Goode First, heaven will not be boring because God is not boring. In Psalm 16:11, David describes the excitement of being in God's presence. He says, "You will show me the path of life, in Your presence is fullness of joy, at Your right hand are pleasures forevermore." God's right hand is "the position of His favor." I can't im... Full Story

August 28, 2008
Glimpses of Heaven - By Pastor David Goode Let's travel back in time to the year AD 95. We exit our time machine just 16 years after Mount Vesuvius in Italy erupted and buried the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, and 20 years after construction began on the famous Coliseum in Rome. We look around and discover we are on a tiny windswept island lying off the coast ... Full Story

August 21, 2008
Glimpses of Heaven - By Pastor David Goode Let's travel back in time to the year AD 95. We exit our time machine just 16 years after Mount Vesuvius in Italy erupted and buried the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, and 20 years after construction began on the famous Coliseum in Rome. We look around and discover we are on a tiny windswept island lying off the coast ... Full Story

July 31, 2008
Paul's Letter to the Romans - By Pastor David Goode The event that split history into "before" and "after" the birth of Christ occurred some 62 years before Paul wrote this epistle (letter) to the Romans. The life, death and resurrection of Jesus took place in a remote corner of the extensive Roman Empire, in the province of Judea in Palestine. Those in the busy and power... Full Story

July 10, 2008
Why Paul's letter to Romans resonates - The event that split history into "before" and "after" the birth of Christ occurred some 62 years before Paul wrote this epistle (letter) to the Romans. The life, death and resurrection of Jesus took place in a remote corner of the extensive Roman Empire, in the province of Judea in Palestine. Those in the busy and powerful capital city of Rome h... Full Story

July 3, 2008
Paul's Letter to the Romans - By Pastor David Goode The event that split history into "before" and "after" the birth of Christ occurred some 62 years before Paul wrote this epistle (letter) to the Romans. The life, death and resurrection of Jesus took place in a remote corner of the extensive Roman Empire, in the province of Judea in Palestine. Those in the busy and power... Full Story

June 20, 2008
Philip and the Ethiopian - By Pastor David Goode This captivating story begins in Act 8:26. "Now an angel of the Lord said to Philip, 'go south to the road, the desert road that goes from Jerusalem to Gaza.' " Two roads connected these towns. The one the angel directed Philip to take leads through a district that was little inhabited. That is why Luke, the writer of Acts... Full Story

June 13, 2008
Philip and the Ethiopian - By Pastor David Goode This captivating story begins in Act 8:26. "Now an angel of the Lord said to Philip, 'go south to the road, the desert road that goes from Jerusalem to Gaza.' " Two roads connected these towns. The one the angel directed Philip to take leads through a district that was little inhabited. That is why Luke, the writer of Acts... Full Story

June 6, 2008
The Church is Born - By Pastor David Goode The book of Acts is a sequel to the Gospel of Luke; it picks up where the Gospel of Luke leaves off. Although Acts is the second book written by Luke, a Gentile physician and historian, it is full of "firsts." It contains the first sermon by a disciple and the first miracle performed by God through a disciple. Within the p... Full Story

May 30, 2008
The Church is Born - By Pastor David Goode The book of Acts is a sequel to the Gospel of Luke; it picks up where the Gospel of Luke leaves off. Although Acts is the second book written by Luke, a Gentile physician and historian, it is full of "firsts." It contains the first sermon by a disciple and the first miracle performed by God through a disciple. Within the p... Full Story

May 23, 2008
The Church is Born - By Pastor David Goode The book of Acts is a sequel to the Gospel of Luke; it picks up where the Gospel of Luke leaves off. Although Acts is the second book written by Luke, a Gentile physician and historian, it is full of "firsts." It contains the first sermon by a disciple and the first miracle performed by God through a disciple. Within the p... Full Story

May 16, 2008
Why should we read the Bible? - The Bible is the world's best selling book, but why should we read it? In Psalm 119:105, the psalmist addresses God when he says, "Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path." To walk safely in the forest at night, we need a light to guide us around tree roots, and other obstacles of danger. The Bible, God's guidebook to a purposeful ... Full Story

May 9, 2008
Why should we read the Bible? - - By Pastor David Goode The Bible is the world's best selling book, but why should we read it? In Psalm 119:105, the psalmist addresses God when he says, "Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path." To walk safely in the forest at night, we need a light to guide us around tree roots, and other obstacles of danger. The Bible, God's ... Full Story

May 2, 2008
Central message of the Bible: The Gospel - By Pastor David Goode The word "gospel" comes from two Anglo-Saxon words: "God (meaning "good"), and "spell" (meaning "tidings.") This is translated as "Good-Tidings" or "Good News." The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke are known as the "synoptic gospels" because they present a synopsis of Christ's life. The word "synopsis" is from a Greek w... Full Story

April 25, 2008
Ezekiel's vision opened his eyes - By Pastor David Goode In 597 B.C., King Jehoiachin of Judah surrendered Jerusalem, the capitol of Judah, to the Babylonians. Nebuchnezzer, King of Babylon, took King Jehoiachin into exile along with 10,000 of Judah's soldiers, statesmen, and craftsmen. Among them was 25-year-old Ezekiel, who was in training to be a priest and looking forward ... Full Story

April 18, 2008
Ezekiel's vision opened his eyes - By Pastor David Goode In 597 B.C., King Jehoiachin of Judah surrendered Jerusalem, the capitol of Judah, to the Babylonians. Nebuchnezzer, King of Babylon, took King Jehoiachin into exile along with 10,000 of Judah's soldiers, statesmen, and craftsmen. Among them was 25-year-old Ezekiel, who was in training to be a priest and looking forward ... Full Story


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