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Author: Josh Hawkins
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Posted on: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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This 1-page document lists fifty questions to help aid anyone in prayerfully pondering the Gospels and the life of Christ. These questions were referenced in Episode 6 of Opening Up the...

Author: Stephen Venable
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Audio teaching: Watch and Pray
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Posted on: Sunday, August 25, 2013
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Mention of the “end-times” can evoke many different ideas, ranging from images of charts with artists renderings of very odd apocalyptic creatures to doomsday nuclear scenarios. In these notes from a message at Forerunner Christian Fellowship in Kansas City in August 2013, Stephen first...

Author: Matt Candler
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Posted on: Sunday, August 12, 2012
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Psalm 23 is perhaps the most widely known psalm among both believers and unbelievers. Many find strength through knowing that the LORD, our Shepherd, leads us well and never leaves us. Others have highlighted this psalm for its historic truths as seen in the life of King David. While these...

Author: Josh Hawkins
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The same question Jesus asked His disciples 2,000 years ago is the same one He is posing to us today. "Who do you say that I am?" Answering this question correctly is essential for the believer, especially because of the hour that we live in.

In these notes, Josh highlights the identity...

Author: John Harrigan
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In light of the Day of the LORD being near, patient, enduring faith in God, His Messiah, and the restoration of all things is the foundation of the church's mission in this age. The church is also called to faithfully witness to Jesus and the judgment to come, which is essentially amnestic in...

Author: John Harrigan
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Audio teaching: The Gospel of the Kingdom
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Posted on: Friday, December 23, 2011
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Jesus said that the "gospel of the kingdom" would be preached before the end of the age (Matthew 24:14), but in the West, "the kingdom" is ambiguous, spiritual, "supernatural", and "invading".

Most modern believers base their understanding of "the kingdom" on an unbiblical worldview,...

Author: John Harrigan
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Posted on: Friday, December 23, 2011
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The resurrection of the body is a doctrine held by the normal churchgoer in the West, but is mostly retained in rhetoric and not believed with unyielding certainty as it was in the early church. Most believe in a resurrection, but believe in an ethereal, "heavenward" resurrection where we will...

Author: John Harrigan
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In modernity, "Christ" has been used as an expletive. Christians often perceive it simply as Jesus' "last name". However, a right understanding of "the Christ" is rooted in Genesis 3:15 and the promise of the "seed". The Messiah is one who would restore humanity's relationship to God and...

Author: John Harrigan
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Modern Western Christian theology has developed in tandem with the Western worldview, which incorrectly divides existence into two distinct realms - "natural" and "supernatural". Because of this unbiblical dichotomy, two streams of thought have developed regarding salvation and sovereignty -...

Author: John Harrigan
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Categories: Biblical worldview
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Posted on: Friday, December 23, 2011
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A worldview is the way we look at the world, how we interpret the events that happen within the world, and what our function in the world is. Modern Western Christians have a worldview that is significantly different from the worldview described in the Bible and understood by the biblical...

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