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8 Things that Make a Marriage Work
If you are trying to build a strong marriage, where should you look for direction? To the one who invented this important relationship - God. Whether your marriage is in a good place or a long way from how you would like it to be, you'll want to listen to Jill's thought-provoking series.
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Brave Enough to Follow
He was full of himself, and always the first to talk. He was also passionate, loyal, and hungry to learn. He wasn't perfect - far from it. In other words, Simon Peter was just like us. Only when he abandoned his old life to follow Jesus did he begin to be transformed.
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How would you describe your marriage? Would you say that there is one spouse who is more "in charge" than the other? Or would you say that both spouses graciously serve each other? Colossians 3:16-19
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End Times: What's Going On?
In the book of Revelation, God invited the apostle John to come into heaven and record what he saw. That alone should intrigue us enough to read it - an eyewitness account of heaven! Yet we shy away from Revelation because it's mysterious and many parts are hard to understand.
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Are marriage and family divinely ordained institutions that need to be honored and cherished, or are they nothing more than human innovations subject to evolutionary changes that could eventually make them redundant and lead to their total irrelevance? Ephesians 5:15-6:4.
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Where can we turn when tragedy strikes? How can we deal with the grief and shock that follows? In this special message in response to the murder of a missionary couple sent from Elmbrook Church, Stuart leads us through I Peter 4 to show us that there is nothing strange about Christians, as agents of change in a fallen world, experiencing Fiery Trials.
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Finding God's Will for Me
"What is God's will for my life?" It's a serious question that is asked by believers of all ages facing all kinds of decisions and uncertainty. As Jill Briscoe explains, you cannot know the will of God until you find God and get to know Him personally – or at least slow down long enough for Him to find you!
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How does the biblical teaching of grace fit in today's performance driven society? We tell our children, if you want to do well, work hard. We tell ourselves there is no such thing as a free lunch. Nothing ever comes free, and if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. While these sayings are true in many situations, such a mindset about grace can steal joy from the Christian life.
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Keep the Faith
Before departing for heaven and promising to return for them, Jesus warned His followers that life in the interim would not be easy. But they were to stand firm. Thirty years later, Hebrews was written to some Jewish believers who were finding out He was right. They were not doing well. The epistle identified their problems and gave warm encouragement to the struggling disciples.
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If you only talked to your spouse for a minute or two a few times a week, what would your relationship be like? Disconnected? Distant? A lot of us have a prayer life like that. We don't spend much time in conversation with God, and when we make the effort, we do all the talking!
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Making Marriage Work
Marriage is a hot topic precisely because it's so challenging. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we were given an instruction manual with directions on how to live with and love our spouse? Well, the Song of Solomon in the Old Testament is that manual! Poetic and romantic, it's also extremely practical.
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Never Give Up!
A casual reading of the parable of the widow and the judge might suggest that Jesus was saying if we go on asking God to do what we want, He will give in eventually and we will get our own way! A careful study of Luke 18:1-14 presents a very different picture.
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