Why We Exist

What if every church in America closed their doors tomorrow? What toll would that take on our country? How would society then define morality, truth, and ethics? Stephen reminds us that just as a lighthouse is a beacon for lost sailors, a local church is a beacon for lost citizens.

Setting Aside Superstition

"The popular view about fireflies was that they were the souls of deceased, unbaptized infants. Many thought ghosts manipulated human lives." Folks have many thoughts about the supernatural. Listen to Dr. Davey address this in our study today.

Why We Belong

Today there is a mass exodus from local churches. Two thousand years after Jesus Himself established the local church, Christians are beginning to question the relevance of it. Has it really become outdated? Stephen confronts that issue head on and reminds us why we belong.

In the Beginning

Isaac Newton wrote, "The arrangement and harmony of the universe could only have come from the...

How We Behave

Churches vary in so many different ways, don't they? They all have different musical preferences, forms of preaching, outreach ministries, and children's programs. Truly, local assemblies are as diverse as the people inhabiting them. But in this profound look at 1 Thessalonians 1, Stephen reminds us that amidst the diversity, there are a few characteristics every church should share in common.

Adam and Eve -- For Real!

The more you discover about God, the more you come to appreciate the fact that He not only is, but must be - in order to be God - omnipresent, omni...

Who Has the Final Word

In this eye-opening look at God's purpose for local churches, Stephen shows us why joining an assembly has always been a matter of covenant rather than convenience.

The Other Side of the Gospel

Why is it that Jesus spoke more often about torment and the wrath of God than about Heaven? What does God the Son say about it?

What Makes Us Different

Christ not only stood in stark contrast to his pagan Roman world, but he also stood in stark contrast to his pious Jewish world. He was utterly different in all of his teachings, practices, and motives. Are we?

Reconcilable Differences

Have you ever noticed a huge gap between the ideal world and the real world? the events, surprises, and situations of life aren’t usually ideal. That’s why we have to practice ...

Why We Matter to Each Other

If God wanted Christians to be isolated, He wouldn't have wired us for relationships. In fact, our need for relationship is part of how we are made in the image of God. So how does that relate to corporate worship? What is our God given responsibility to each other in the local church? Stephen tells us as he continues his series, “Upon This Rock".

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