Pastor Steve Mitchell and Pastor Mike Clapham continue their second hour Bible study with an in-depth message on what it is to be "born again". Repentance of sin is an ongoing process. While we are justified by faith alone, the process of sanctification is one filled with episodes where we fall short in our Christian walk. We then turn back to God, admit our failures, repent of our shortcomings and then we strive to be more like Him each day.
It is this process through which we become more like Christ each day, instead of being the believer who is not actively working their faith. Through repentance, we become stronger in our belief and in our witness to a lost and dying world.
Pastor Steve Mitchell and Pastor Mike Clapham continue their "Power to Stand"Teaching Series with a discussion focusing on 1 Cor 15, and the concept of Power and Love as two inseparable parts of God's willingness and His ability to save us. Love was represented in the crucifixion...and power in the resurrection.
Realizing a vision that has been 6 months in the making, we are introducing a brand new teaching series from Fellowship Bible Chapel. "Power to Stand" is designed to inform and encourage folks how to live a Christian life in the Last Days.
The class is team taught by Pastor Steve Mitchell and Pastor Mike Clapham of Fellowship Bible Chapel and is conducted in a classroom setting during the second hour of our morning worship services. We hope that you'll grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, take out your notepad and join us on this journey.
In this introductory lesson, Pastor Mike and Pastor Steve explore what it takes to live life with full anticipation of Christ's soon return but one that draws nearer and nearer to the heart of God with each passing day. Several pertinent passages of Scripture will be discussed, with some concentration on the meaning of specific original Greek words being used.
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As a compliment to last's week's message entitled "Stop Freakin' Out", John returns this week to warn us of the things to get ready to do. Starting off by taking a trip back to November of 1929, John shows us quotes by financial experts of the day who were painting a picture of an improving economic outlook in the spring of 1930. Clearly, they were wrong.
Those same headlines are repeating themselves today, because we have failed to learn from history to recognize the signs that judgments are coming. We must be prepared and we must stand firm. That is the battle cry for the remnant church as we move toward that final place in history where mankind comes face to face with a Holy God who will judge.
This message is to those who make up the true remnant church. It is time to be bold and take a stand.