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Of Interest

How Does Willpower Work, My Time in Cleveland, & PP 3.5

This week, I share some more of my testimony, an interesting article about willpower, and then we’ll be continuing our interesting study of John Bunyan’s classic, Pilgrims Progress by exploring the middle of the third chapter, where Interpreter takes Christian to meet Passion and Patience. Interesting Links: I have a new Rumble Channel: https://rumble.com/c/c-658037 I’m also on Twitch Now: https://www.twitch.tv/xtianninja Join […]

Discipleship 1

How Do I Experience The Power of God? (HC:LD18c)

  Imagine following in the footsteps of Moses – how huge a task that would be. Moses is probably the most important person in the Old Testament. It was through Moses that the nation of Israel was delivered from Egypt. It was Moses that led and judged the people for decades. It was Moses that climbed Mount Sinai to meet […]

Heidelberg Catechism

The Gift of the Holy Spirit (HC:LD18b)

Turn with me to Luke 24:50-53 and then we’ll be headed into Acts 1. Luke and Acts are actually two parts of the same work, both written in about 60-70AD by Luke, a gentile, Christian doctor who travelled with the Apostle Paul and was commissioned by someone named Theophilus to write a history of the life of Jesus and the […]

Heidelberg Catechism

The Nature of Christ (HD:LD6)

Audio: Text: I heard an ad on the radio for the Canadian Legion that started with something like, “Think of all the things you enjoy in life, like summer fun, going out with your family, kissing your kids goodnight. We can take these things for granted because a veteran didn’t. They fought so we could have the freedoms we enjoy […]

1st Corinthians

Church Relationships Can Get Complicated

Audio: Text: Welcome to the 60th sermon in of our study of the Apostle Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians! We started this series in April of 2016 and we’ve covered a lot of ground over the past couple years, but after long last, we’ve reached the final section where Paul is wrapping up the letter with his final greetings […]