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11/20/2010God, if You’re So Loving, How Can You Send People to Hell?
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7 Questions for GodPat McBride
That God would send people to hell seems unthinkable to many today. But, if God is truly good, he must judge.
11/13/2010God, if You’re So Good, How Can You Allow So Much Suffering?
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7 Questions for GodPat McBride
The world is filled suffering, and this causes many to question God’s existence, power and goodness. We are also prone to ask “Why?” when we suffer.
11/6/2010God, Are You Really There?
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7 Questions for GodPat McBride
Some people think science makes God obsolete, and sometimes even the faithful have doubts. How do we know God is real and not just a product of our imagination?
10/30/2010The Conditions of Contentment
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 4:10-23
Paul had learned to be content in both enjoyable and difficult circumstances. The secret of contentment in our lives is finding our strength in Christ.
10/24/2010Cultivating the Christian Mind
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 4:8-9
Our thoughts shape our minds. As followers of Christ, it’s essential that we cultivate the Christian mind.
10/17/2010MN Teen Challenge
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10/9/2010Peace in the Pressure Cooker
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 4:2-9
We can have peace even as we face the stresses and pressures of life.
10/3/2010Got Maturity ?
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 3:14-4:1
Paul called the Philippians to cultivate maturity in their thinking.
9/26/2010Life's Greatest Goal
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 3:2-24
Paul's greatest goal in life was to know Christ. No aspiration is more important for us.
9/18/2010Upbeat People in a Beat Up World
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 0
Joy is essential for Christian living. Joy is not only a response to life’s circumstances but also a resolve to face life with faith in Christ.
9/11/2010Salvation’s Implications
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 2:12-20
God is the one who’s at work as we seek to “work out” the implications of salvation in our lives.
9/4/2010Attitudes that Make All the Difference
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 2:1-11
We need to build unity, love, and shared purpose in our relationships with other believers. This is possible only as we adopt the attitude of Christ.
8/28/2010Believable Living
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 1:27-30
Like the Philippians, we should live in a way that is “worthy” of the Gospel.
8/21/2010There’s Promise In Your Circumstances
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 1:12-26
Although he was in difficult circumstances, Paul rejoiced that Christ was proclaimed. There’s promise in our circumstances, too.
8/14/2010Your Beginning and Your Becoming
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Joy for the Journey - Studies in PhilippiansPat McBridePhilippians 1:1-11
Paul was confident God was working in what the believers were becoming as he had worked in their beginning.
8/8/2010Guest Speaker: Pastor Amos Caceres
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Guest Speaker2Corinthians 5:1-21Romans 8:22-23
Pastor Amos Caceres is from the Dominican Republic. Pastor Amos speak this message to us in Spanish while his daughter Betsy translates to English.
7/31/2010God of Compassion
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Pat McBridePsalm 103
We serve a God of compassion and Grace.
7/24/2010Mutual Service
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Body BuildingPat McBride
As we serve one another in the church, we build people and help the church to be healthy and effective.
7/17/2010Mutual Care
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Body BuildingPat McBride
We are, in many senses, our brother’s keeper.
7/10/2010Mutual Honor
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Body BuildingPat McBride
The Church should be a place of mutual honor, where each person feels valued by God.