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Audio Library

One-Minute Message
Proverbs 4

Be All There

Jan 17, 2012
Growing Deep in the Christian Life: Returning to Our Roots
Romans 3:9–31

Mr. Smith, Meet Your Substitute

Jan 17, 2012 - Jan 18, 2012

A substitute is someone who takes the place of or acts instead of another. In education substitute teachers stand before a class usually taught by someone else. In the game of baseball a substitute hitter or runner is commonly used to take another player's place. Even the prime minister, if necessary, appoints a substitute and gives him or her the full authority of leadership.

One-Minute Message
Romans 6:4

Christ Arose!

Jan 16, 2012
Romans 12:9

Do Others See You Differently?

Jan 16, 2012

Do you make yourself out to be someone different than who you really are? That's a nice way of asking if you're a hypocrite.

Others may see you as someone you’re not but God is never fooled. He notices everything and knows if you're a fake. When you stop trying to be someone else, you free yourself up to be who you are.

One-Minute Message
Galatians 5:1


Jan 13, 2012
Growing Deep in the Christian Life: Returning to Our Roots
Genesis 6:5; Psalm 51:1–5

Exposing the Dark Side

Jan 13, 2012 - Jan 16, 2012

The path of humanity is littered with the trash of depravity. Instead of being shining examples of beauty, righteousness, and perfection, we have darkened the world with hostility, hatred, and unrest. War and brutality score the history of humankind. Deceit and wickedness make up our story. Even our best—courageous warriors, heroes of humanity, graceful artists—fall embarrassingly short of perfection. From one life to another the theme repeats itself: no one measures up…with one beautiful, righteous, perfect exception.

One-Minute Message
Isaiah 53:6

The Shepherd

Jan 12, 2012
Philippians 3:12-14

Unrealistic Expectations

Jan 12, 2012

Unrealistic expectations are nothing more than the temptation to be perfect and to expect it from others. Rather than looking at what isn't done perfectly, focus instead on what has been accomplished.

Growing Deep in the Christian Life: Returning to Our Roots
Genesis 1:26-28; 2:15-17; 3:6-13; Romans 3:9-18

From Creation to Corruption

Jan 11, 2012 - Jan 12, 2012

Many scholars scoff at the thought that the world was created by God in six days. But this is exactly how Scripture reveals the beginning of the universe and of humankind. In fact, God’s creation of the first man and woman is one of the earliest truths recorded in the Bible. Regrettably, following directly on its heels is the sad account of Adam and Eve’s fall into sin. Four simple words say it all…from creation to corruption.

One-Minute Message
2 Timothy 3:16-17


Jan 11, 2012


Why do we ask for money? Here’s reason four of five.