Jim L. Wilson • Illustration • • 246 views
Many studies have shown the benefits for those growing up in good strong families. Two Australian philosophers have a somewhat different take on good families. They believe that happy families contribute to social inequality. When children grow up in a loving family it gives them an unfair advantage.…
Kenneth Dalessandro • Sermon • • 188 views • 35:02
Endure Hardships You therefore must endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus Christ. In writing to Timothy, the apostle Paul makes an astounding claim “endure hardships” At first glance one might think in terms of persecution Kako pa thao The translators have inserted the word hardship to complete…
The Book of Esther
THE POINT: Stories matter as they are part of ours and not part of ours. This morning I was reminding of a parable from the Talmud (Rabbi Lau-Lavie from On Being in 2017). There’s a ship that sailing, and it has many cabins. And one of the people in the cabins on the lower floor decides to dig a hole…
Path to Wholeness
D. Clements • Triumph Family • Sermon • • 5 views • 1:06:35
At times we are stuck in a rut. Our past pain and sin seem invade our thoughts and pull us back down in to the muck and mire of guilt. The freedom, deliverance, wholeness or shalom on the other side of the completed work of Yeshua (the one called Jesus) .
Jim L. Wilson • Illustration • • 2 views
In a video presentation, Dr. Hanna Fry, author of the “The Mathematics of Love,” said research suggests that being free to complain might actually create a healthier marriage relationship. Fry says couples who end up doing best really low negativity threshold. They tend to speak up when things bother…
Truth and Love
Brad Reid • Zion Baptist Church • Sermon • • 0 views • 41:43
In 2 John we discover that followers of Jesus must walk in His commands as they love the truth of His teaching. Truth and love are the twin rails taht our faith runs on. We are to love the truth, look for truth, and long for the truth.