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Howdy, folks. I’m an old bastard on death’s door, here to tell you the gosh-damned truth about this horrid town, Christ The King. So who the hell cares? Go on and ignore me, friend - but when this bad stuff happens to you, you’re gonna wish you’d listened to ol’ Willard before the government cancer got him. Every month we post a new nightmare for ya, and I swear on the Sinners' Bible, every last one is 100% true. I wish they weren’t
 
The Christ Community Church Podcast features weekly teaching from Christ Community Church in Columbus, Georgia, where our mission is to awaken ordinary people to extraordinary life in Christ-centered community. CCC is part of the Free Methodist Church and shares that denomination’s vision of bringing wholeness to the world through healthy biblical communities of holy people multiplying disciples, leaders, groups and churches.
 
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Let’s turn in our Bibles today to Mark’s Gospel, Mark chapter 12, and we’ll be reading together verses 28 through 34. Mark chapter 12, verses 28 to 34. What a great song for us to help us approach God’s Word this morning and Jesus’ words to us. Mark 12, verse 28 to 34. Remember that […] The post Not Far From the Kingdom appeared first on Christ Cov…
 
In Episode 3 we travel the Mediterranean Sea with Paul and explore the history and context of Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians. Enjoy!You can submit questions for future episodes here: https://bit.ly/brc-questions.Join the Same Page Summer Bible Reading Challenge: https://samepagesummer.com.…
 
Wild Men: Esau by Bobby Wallace, Lead Minister 6/6/21 The Bible tells about some pretty wild men (and women) in it's pages. We will take a look at what we can learn about men in the Bible. Both from their success and failure. We kick off by looking at Esau and what kind of legacy he left. What kind of legacy are you leaving?…
 
As an outsider to the religious community, Zacchaeus was curious to meet Jesus and surprised when Jesus wanted to spend time with him. Over a meal, Jesus helped Zacchaeus get his priorities in order and steered him towards a generous lifestyle that would benefit him and others. In this message, we will examine how we spend our time and the changes …
 
This week I’m by the Indiana Jones of alcohol consumption, Zane Lamprey. We talk beer, beer, and more beer as Zane prepares to embark on his 90-stop cross country Laughs & Drafts Comedy Tour. A little known fact, Zane used to host a travel show that actually inspired Drinks With Johnny. We get into Zane’s time hosting & producing Three Sheets, and …
 
In which a conversation about Genesis 28 goes violently into different models of God and about how Ray's god hates you! McFague on Climate Theology: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjK4d8ci1e0&t=1s Spiritualist seed faith: https://www.msia.org/origins-of-tithing# Jew tithes: https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/tithing/https://www.myjewishlearn…
 
Service Video Sermon Audio Only Mark 10:1-16 Then Jesus left that place and went to the region of Judea and beyond the Jordan River. Again crowds gathered to him, and again, as was his custom, he taught them. Then some Pharisees came, and to test him they asked, “Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife?” He answered them, “What did Moses command…
 
This summer series will bring to mind and remind us of who it is that we are serving and how our will and choices are the sole determining factor in how near we walk with him as we travel home. This walk is intentional and directional, and is left up to us as to which road to follow.על ידי John C. Wood
 
Often, old can mean “out of date,” “out of touch,” or just “irrelevant.” But God’s living Word, even though it is old, has remained vital and meaningful over several millennia. And the clearest picture of the life and power that is found in God’s Word was seen when “the Word became flesh” in the person of Jesus Christ and lived among us. Even the e…
 
Romans is known for its encouraging and uplifting passages. Few texts are quite as faith building and theologically rich as 3:21-26; few can encourage us in good works as 6:15-19; few are as uplifting in suffering as 8:18-39. These are the bright lights that many consider the heart of the epistle. Yet, we are not in these bright lights, but in Paul…
 
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