Reaching IN – Growing from Within

Galatians 5:22-23 lists the fruit of the Spirit. What we learn from this lesson is that God had set a plan in motion before the foundations of the world. This plan includes you and I being shaped by God and becoming more and more like him each day.

Reaching IN – Completing the Work

God wants to continue the work he started in you. In this lesson, we will be looking at Philippians 4:8, and addressing matters of the mind. Our actions and everything we say are dictated by our thoughts. We need to take captive every thought and allow God to begin to shape us.

A Ministry that Can Change the World

Last week, we looked at Luke 4:18-19, and learned that this was the ministry Christ came to fulfill. However, this week we will learn that he was our forerunner, and we, as ambassadors of Christ, have the same ministry.


Have you ever wondered how one man could have such an impact on the world? With only ministering for a mere three and a half years, he was able to start something that has changed the face of the world even to now. Please listen to find out how.

Saving Mercy

Numbers 16 gives us a horrible story of how many people were punished for their actions. However, the story is also one of mercy. God is a merciful God and he desires us to show mercy to those around us as well. Please listen to see what we can learn about mercy from Numbers 16.

Doing Good

The key text for this lesson is Galatians 6:9-10. Paul encourages them not to become weary in doing good. As we read through the New Testament, we will see quickly that it was becoming of a Christian to be busy doing good. I believe even today, for the world to see the love of God …

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Troubling Waters

This video is recorded from the U.P. of Michigan looking over the Whitefish Bay where many ships have been lost. We are going to look at Acts 27 and see how God pushes the ship Paul is on out to the open waters of the Mediterranean Sea. What God was doing was the mystery; but …

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