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Keep In Full Flame--Stoke The Fire (2 Timothy 1:6)

April 24, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 44:11 (40.6 MB)

Are you okay with faith without fire? We are told to stoke the fire of out faith, to make it alive again. This can be accomplished by exercising the gifts of the spirit that we have been given by His grace.

Call to Trust (Pr 3:5,6)

April 17, 2016

Patrick Spieler   Length: 46:26 (42.7 MB)

The Bible is filled with examples of saints who trusted God in one instance and doubted Him in the next. Abraham, Asa, and Elijah are among those examples. When we are anxious, our witness if weak, but He can still use us when we put out trust in Him.

Unfeigned Faith (2 Timothy 2:1-5)

April 10, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 42:48 (39.3 MB)

Our sincere faith is often a great encouragement to others when it is demonstrated without hypocrisy. This type of faith in Timothy encouraged Paul, as Timothy had been encouraged when he observed it in his grandmother and mother.

Famous Last Words (2 Timothy 4:6-8)

April 03, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 37:08 (34.1 MB)

Paul knew his end was near and this book is his last known writing. If you were in the same situation, what words would you leave? Paul's final reflections include having fought the good fight, finished the race, and kept the faith. Don't Quit!

Now is a Good Time (Easter Sunday)

March 27, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 45:00 (41.4 MB)

The resurrection is important for two primary reasons: to prove who Jesus is, and to conquer sin and death. Now is a good time to examine yourself. Are you in the faith? If not, then now is a good time to turn to Him.

From Triumph to Tears (Luke 19:28-45)

March 20, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 41:06 (37.8 MB)

In contrast to Jonah, who looked over the city of Nineveh in anger that they had turned TO God, Jesus, as He rode into Jerusalem in triumph, wept because He knew that the people would turn AWAY from Him.

Jonah's Heart Attitude (Jonah 4)

March 13, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 42:34 (39.3 MB)

Although Jonah was shown mercy in being saved by the fish, he did not want to see mercy applied to Nineveh. Jonah had a heart problem. If such a great prophet of God can be afflicted, so can we. Let us rejoice in God's grace and mercy towards others.

Greatest Revival in History! (Jonah 3)

March 06, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 36:42 (33.8 MB)

When Jonah finally became obedient, it led to the greatest revival or awakening in history. Nineveh was a very large and important city and it took seriously God's warning to repent and put its faith in God. All true revival does the same.

Second Chances (Jonah 3)

February 28, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 43:16 (39.8 MB)

God often gives us a second chance, but it is better to do it His way the first time. Although the devil wants us to think we're done after we fall, the victorious Christian life is a series of new beginnings, starting with being born again.

In the Belly, Prayer (Jonah 1:17-2:10)

February 21, 2016

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 35:38 (32.8 MB)

Although we often pray for things that we want, sometimes God provides things we don't want, but that we need. Such was the case with Jonah. His disobedience brought about his trouble, his trouble led to his prayer, and his prayer led to salvation.

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