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Today it is our privilege to have guests speakers Dr. Greg and Erin Smalley deliver the message at Bethany. Marriage and Family Ministry Directors at Focus on the Family, the Smalleys share powerful truths about love, the myths we’ve been led to believe, and how to best demonstrate love in our marriage and other relationships.
Becoming the Best Version of Yourself Part 10 – Going Against the Crowd (The Power of Perspective Part II)
In life, every one of us faces similar circumstances, situations, and trials. What makes the difference in your life is not what you are looking at, but how you are looking at it. You can choose to have a depressed life, or a joy-filled life, based on your perspective. This enlightening and inspiring teaching will empower you to receive God's mercy, and see everything from God's perspective so you can experience God's presence, joy, and peace no matter what is happening around you, or to you!
Mrs. Pastor shares insights and offers what we all really need in this day and age. 40 minutes.
In the story from Genesis, Jacob wrestles with a "man" when crossing the Jabbok river. In the process, Jacob realizes he is confronting more than mere mortal--he is in the presence of God. This sermon asks the question, do we REALLY want to get close to God? Jacob usually relied on his own wit and cunning. But when faced with his mortality, he prayed and faced God. Are we willing to face God who might ask us to be uncomfortable?
We're looking at John 15:12-17 and exploring Jesus' command to love each other. What does that mean and what does that look like?
Why do we want the gifts of the Spirit? The gifts are given to deepen each other's love for God and reveal God's love to unbelievers.
Today, Pastor Scott Gordon continues his exploration of 1 Cor. with Worship Matters - Part 1 - "in The Spirit." Part of the "LOVE & TRUTH" series of sermons
A series on relationships, examining the state of our unions, and offer wisdom from God's Word.
Are you going through a difficult or seemingly impossible situation? Whatever you are facing can either be an opportunity for you to succeed, or an excuse for you to fail. Your experience of it depends on your choice of which perspective you are going to focus on and believe. This eye-opening and practical teaching will give you the understanding you need to see that your destiny is not determined by the "facts" of life, but by your perspective, and how you see and react to the "facts" of life.
In this sermon, Pastor Casey Hough concludes our series through First John by considering John's goal in writing his letter and the implications it has for our life as faithful Christians. This sermon is an exposition of 1 John 5:13-21.