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Matthew 7 - Part A

Jesus called His followers to live differently from the world—a kingdom lifestyle. In our study of Matthew 7, Skip considers what kingdom living looks like in both our relationships with others and our relationship with God.

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Happy - Part B

To the believer, the Bible is the way God speaks to us about Himself. Through God’s Word, we get in touch with Him and encounter Him. Skip shares how happiness can be found in this pursuit of God as he wraps up the message “Happy.”


Matthew 6:9-34 - Part C

Jesus instructed believers to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness.” So how can we redirect our energy from worrying to working for God’s kingdom? Skip answers that question as he continues our study in Matthew 6.


Matthew 6:9-34 - Part B

Whatever you’re going through in life, God promises to care for your needs; He doesn’t promise to care for your greed. Skip explains how we ought to pray as he continues our study through Matthew 6.


Matthew 6:9-34 - Part A

Jesus taught His disciples to pray, “Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” As Skip continues our study in Matthew 6, we learn that when we make God’s kingdom our focus, He provides what we need.


Matthew 5:33-6:8 - Part C

No amount of good works will score points with God on judgment day; it’s about the relationship you have with Him through Jesus. In our study of Matthew 6, Skip challenges us to examine our motives for doing good works.


Matthew 5:33-6:8 - Part B

Jesus’ followers are called to a righteousness that’s based on our relationship with Him, rather than outward obedience. As Skip continues our study in Matthew 5, he points out the new level of love that Christ called us to.


Happy - Part A

The US Constitution assures you can pursue happiness, but it doesn’t promise you’ll find it. Join us for the message “Happy” as Skip explains that happiness is a by-product of a different pursuit.


Matthew 5:33-6:8 - Part A

This sermon preached by Jesus helps us understand the contrasts between the world and the kingdom of heaven. Skip examines these contrasts concerning promises and revenge as he begins studying Matthew 5:33-6:8.


Matthew 5:17-32 - Part C

Jesus offered six different comparative statements of truth to His disciples: things they heard growing up versus what Jesus declared as truth. In this study of Matthew 5, Skip examines several of these statements from Jesus.


Matthew 5:17-32 - Part B

Teaching others to keep the Scriptures isn’t a spiritual gift for only certain people; we're all called to have this influence on others. Skip explains how we can be a spiritual catalyst as he continues our study in Matthew 5.


Matthew 5:17-32 - Part A

When Jesus gave this sermon, He had gained popularity for His miracles. But the people had questions: What did Jesus say about the law of Moses? What was His relationship to Scripture?


Matthew 5:5-16 - Part B

Kingdom dwellers should live different from the world. As Skip continues our study in Mathew 5, we see how Jesus went from teaching about what a kingdom dweller is like to the kind of influence they should have.


Living Between Two Worlds - Part B

After studying about the believer's death, resurrection and heaven for four months now, maybe you can relate to these words by Puritan author, Thomas Watson, "Spiritual things satisfy; the more of heaven is in us, the less earth will content us." Knowing what we know now about the believer's future world, how can life be different in this present world?


Matthew 5:5-16 - Part A

The economy in God’s kingdom is different from the world’s: it’s paradoxical and progressive. As we study Matthew 5, Skip considers the Beatitudes, and we discover what kingdom living looks like and how it impacts those around us.


Matthew 5:4

Leaving life as they knew it, the disciples followed Jesus and became intimate witnesses of His teaching, preaching, and healing. As Skip dives into Matthew 5, we listen in as Jesus begins the greatest sermon ever preached.


Destination: Revelation 12-22

When the Antichrist is revealed during the Great Tribulation, at first, he will be seen as a peacemaker. But later he will set himself up to be worshiped. Find out more as Skip continues his short flight over Revelation.


Revelation 1-11

In Revelation, Jesus addressed seven churches about their works, both good and bad. In a quick flight over this book, Skip shows us there are historical and timeless applications for Jesus’ statements.


Destination: 2, 3 John and Jude

The little book of 2 John is one of the most neglected in the New Testament. In this message, Skip shows us how John warned believers to guard against false teachers, specifically those who say that Jesus didn’t come in the flesh.


Living Between Two Worlds - Part A

After studying about the believer's death, resurrection and heaven for four months now, maybe you can relate to these words by Puritan author, Thomas Watson, "Spiritual things satisfy; the more of heaven is in us, the less earth will content us." Knowing what we know now about the believer's future world, how can life be different in this present world?


Destination: 1 John

First John has a very tender tone, as John called the believers “little children” and “beloved.” In this short study, we learn that John boiled all of life down to two levels: horizontal (between people) and vertical (between us and God).


Destination: 1 and 2 Peter

First Peter was written to a group of Christians who were suffering for their faith. In this message, we see how Peter taught that believers are secure in Christ and that we must be submissive both to men and to God’s will.


Destination: James

James isn’t really a book of doctrine; it’s a very practical book. It teaches how to be a mature Christian and how to live what you know and practice your faith. Join Skip for a quick flight over the book of James.


Destination: Hebrews

The theme of Hebrews is that Christ is the perfect expression of God. In this short study of Hebrews, Skip explains that Jesus has a better ministry than the old covenant.


Destination: Titus and Philemon

In the book of Titus, Paul gave a list of qualities that church leaders should have. In this teaching, Skip points out that Paul also explained what it means to follow Christ and how we should conduct ourselves in the world.


Future-Town – Part 2 - Part B

Today we will conduct a walk-through of your ultimate destination as a believer. We will walk with John as he describes what he saw as he was shown the New Jerusalem. It will be a social environment with such unique features, you'll have to bend and stretch your imagination just a bit. I will sum up this future cityscape by describing five conditions that will exist in God's Town


Destination: 1 and 2 Timothy

The apostle Paul wrote 1 and 2 Timothy to his spiritual “son in the faith” (1 Timothy 1:2). In this brief study, Skip points out some instructions from Paul on how the church should operate.


Destination: 1 and 2 Thessalonians

First and Second Thessalonians deal more with the end times than any of Paul’s other writings. In this short study, Skip explains how we can live in expectation of Jesus’ imminent return.


Destination: Colossians

The book of Colossians has truths that are desperately needed today. In this message, Skip explains that the dominant theme is to keep Jesus Christ at the center of your life so you don’t swerve away from God’s truth.


Destination: Philippians

Paul wrote his uplifting letter to the Philippians while he was imprisoned for his faith. In this message, we’ll see that throughout this epistle, Paul wrote about the joy he had and that all Christians should have.


Destination: Ephesians

One of the major themes of Ephesians is who we are as Christians. The apostle Paul often said that believers are “in Christ.” Find out more about what that means when you join Skip for a quick flight over Ephesians.


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