The Problem of Immaturity

The PowerPoint presentation takes a careful look at specific attitudes and behaviors manifested by the immature (babies and youngsters), and then applies these same attributes to marriages and local church membership/fellowship to show how destructive immaturity can be to these relationships.

 

“How Old Are You?”

This PowerPoint presentation considers the title question in light of the admonition in Ephesians 4:22, to "lay aside the old self" by examining the characteristics of the "old" and "new" man given in the context.

 

Circumstantial Faith

Faith is defined as “the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen,” Hebrews 11:1.  This means, at least in part, that those of faith have trustable guarantees regarding their future hope of heaven, and convictions regarding events not personally witnessed from the past.   For instance...

 

Do We Really Understand ‘Sacrifice’?

This Word file outline seeks to illustrate the question to make the concept of "sacrifice" clearer, as well as considering our modern concepts of "sacrifice" in light of these things. 

 

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VIDEO LESSONS Now Available!

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Men’s One-Day Study: “The Selection, Appoinment, and Duties of Elders”

This material was presented as a part of our twice a year Men's One-Day Study.  The study was originally designed for preachers, but is open to any men interested in men interested in study God's word in a more advanced way.  This particular study was presented in hopes of meeting three objectives: 1) to provide a clear view of the qualifications as a whole, and their overall purpose;  2)to help alleviate some of the controversy centered around the understanding and application of the "family" qualifications; and, 3) to address the often neglected aspects of the duties and responsibilities of serving as an Elder.  As such, the class did not go through the qualifications one by one.  The material is about 35 pages in Word format.

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