Throughout this remarkable study of the local church, Stephen has exposed the self-serving mentality that has permeated American churches over the past few decades. In this final message, he challenges us to stop asking the question, "What can the church do for me?" and instead ask the question, "What can I do for the church?"
Dr. Davey says the problem didn’t start with us, or, our culture. It actually began at the beginning of human history. What in the world is he talking about which impacts and plagues your world daily?
How does the world perceive the church? How does your world perceive the church?
Instead of complaining for the ways people never come through – or the way things didn’t work out as expected – or trails that never got snow plowed – these people will find a way to .... What type of people is Dr. Davey speaking of in today's study?
What does it mean to be a Christian? Going public with our Christianity, means that we are making a ...
One of the primary reasons behind Paul’s very personal letter to the believers in Philippi, was to remind them of their true identity; to remind them of who they were and to Whom they belonged. Dr. Davey tells us who and to Whom in today's episode.
If we wish to be true to the scriptures, what is our responsibility to our community? What does it mean to authenticate and community the gospel?
Josh Harris shares the encouragement he finds in the midst of Elijah's exhaustion and discouragement.
Trouble is ahead. What does it take to have peace in the midst of it?
How is your knowledge of God coming along? Are you spending much (any) time with Him? What exactly is the study of God?
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 Has it really become outdated?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.
There are two defining characteristics that separate the universal Church from every other organization, religion, and social group in the entire world. Stephen brings them to us in part 1 of his brand new series, “Upon This Rock".
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.
"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.
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...