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Encourage: God keeps His promise
Dec19

Encourage: God keeps His promise

Read again Mary’s song of praise in Luke 1:46-55: “And Mary said: ‘My soul exalts the Lord, and my spirit has rejoiced in God my Savior. For He has had regard for the humble state of His bondslave; for behold, from this time on all generations will count me blessed. For the Mighty One has done great things for me; and holy is His name. And His mercy is upon generation after generation toward those who fear Him. He has done mighty...

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La Escuela de Ministerio Cristiano Robert Haskins: Facultad Nacional, Currículo Único, Nuevos Costos, y Cursos Disponibles en Todo Área de Oklahoma
Dec16

La Escuela de Ministerio Cristiano Robert Haskins: Facultad Nacional, Currículo Único, Nuevos Costos, y Cursos Disponibles en Todo Área de Oklahoma

La Escuela Haskins añadió los nuevos cursos de: Panorama de la Biblia, Dr. Rudy Gonzalez; Creencias Bautistas, Dr. Mark McClellan; Adoración Bíblica, Jonathan Jerez; Ministerio a Mujeres II, Ana Melendez, en el Otoño 2018. El curso de Ministerio a Mujeres es de 7 semanas y es un inicio de varios cursos de 7 semanas que serán ofrecidos el próximo año. La Escuela anticipa finalizar el desarrollo de todos los cursos de ambos diplomas,...

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Powerful prayer: A covenant for a God-seeking 2019
Dec16

Powerful prayer: A covenant for a God-seeking 2019

As we approach the end of 2018 and enter 2019, what is it that God seeks most from His people? Two things we know for sure are to love Him with all our hearts and seek first His kingdom and righteousness (Matt. 6:33, 22:37; Rev. 2:1). But what could cause 2019 to truly be a year of sweeping personal, family and church renewal? How could the coming year be a turning point in our relationship with God? Throughout history, powerful moves...

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Strengthen: Encourage church-wide Bible reading
Dec02

Strengthen: Encourage church-wide Bible reading

As another year draws to a close, our thoughts naturally trend toward the celebration of the gift of God’s Son at Christmas. It’s a special time of the year that I pray will be blessed in your family and church. It is also a time of the year when we start to consider the New Year and what it has in store. In the life of the church, that often means new committees and budgets with new emphasis and initiatives. I want to challenge you...

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Bible Q&A: Spilled blood & falling towers
Nov25

Bible Q&A: Spilled blood & falling towers

I can’t think of any saying of Jesus that seems more relevant than His words in Luke 13:1-9, a somewhat forgotten parable about tragedy and its connection to sin. On His way to Jerusalem, it was reported to Jesus that some Jews from Galilee were murdered at the temple in Jerusalem while trying to worship. The image of the spilled blood of worshippers seems so today’s newspaper. We remember the nine murdered during a prayer service at...

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Bible Q&A: Is there a sin that cannot be forgiven? (Mark 3:28-29)
Oct28

Bible Q&A: Is there a sin that cannot be forgiven? (Mark 3:28-29)

One of the most difficult statements that Jesus utters is found in Mark 3:28-29 and involves Jesus warning against blasphemy against the Holy Spirit (see also the parallel in Matt. 12:31-32). Mark narrates a series of conflict stories between Jesus and the Pharisees. The conflict began when Jesus pronounced the paralytic’s sins forgiven. The Pharisees thought to themselves, “Why does He (Jesus) speak like this? He’s blaspheming! Who...

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