The Christian Family: Practical Issues



The Bible is a book which teaches one how to be saved from sin and right with God. Additionally, the Bible gives insight into how Christians are to live their everyday lives. This is especially true in matters of the home. In this sermon, Roger Boone shares some practical council from Scripture and his experience on raising children.
The Christian Family: Practical Issues MP3 Link

Congregational Cooperation in Missionary Efforts Q&A


Today we present the Q&A session that followed evangelist Ronny Wade’s presentation on Congregational Cooperation in Missionary Efforts.

Congregational Cooperation in Missionary Efforts Q&A MP3 Link

Congregational Cooperation in Missionary Efforts



For many years, churches who believe in congregational autonomy, or self-governance, have struggled with the extant to which one congregation can and should work with other congregations, especially in evangelistic efforts. This issue especially pertains to funding missional efforts. In this sermon, Ronny Wade ably tackles the issue.
Congregational Cooperation in Missionary Efforts MP3 Link

John’s Baptism vs. Christian Baptism Q&A



Today we post the question and answer session that followed Clint De France’s illuminating sermon on the similarities and differences between the baptism of John and the baptism of the New Covenant church of Christ.
John’s Baptism vs. Christian Baptism Q&A MP3 Link

John’s Baptism vs. Christian Baptism


Mark bookends his gospel with messages concerning baptism. At the beginning: “John came baptizing in the wilderness and preaching a baptism of repentance for the remission of sins” (Mark 1:4). At the end: “He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned” (Mark 16:16). What do these two baptisms, one practiced by John and the other commanded by Jesus, have in common, and also how are they different? Find out in this exciting sermon from Clint De France!

John’s Baptism vs. Christian Baptism MP3 Link

Blood Sacrifice


Modern sensibilities take offense at the notion that blood is efficacious for sin, however the inspired author of Hebrews wrote: “…without shedding of blood there is no remission.” In today’s post, evangelist Billy Dickinson demonstrates that a sanguineous thread leads from the opening chapters of scripture until the concluding words of Revelation.

Blood Sacrifice MP3 Link

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