Righteous — Romans, Part 3

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People can be distinguished according to race, politics, age, sex, and countless other factors. Sometimes these harden into divisions, and that seems to be taking place increasingly today. Is it possible for people to get along? Should we even try? Why? In the first century, the Apostle Paul said we can and we should. Pastor Luke preaches from Romans 3:21–30 in “Righteous,” part 3 of his 4-part series “Romans.”

Faith, Part 2: Where Faith Comes From, and How (Buzzwords, Part 2)

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Last time, we discussed what faith means to Christians, and why it’s so important. Today we talk about where faith comes from, and how. What if our faith is weak? What if we have doubts? Can our faith grow? What are we supposed to do with our faith? Pastor Luke looks at Ephesians 2:8 in “Faith, Part 2: Where Faith Comes From, and How,” part 2 of his 4-part series “Buzzwords.”

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Note: this recording’s sound quality is still listenable but not as good as we had hoped. We appreciate your patience as we work on the problem.

Faith: Part 1: What It Is (Buzzwords, Part 1)

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People who talk in buzzwords can be really irritating. Christians have plenty of our own buzzwords. How can we avoid being irritating? One of the buzzwords that non-Christians find most irritating is “Faith.” What do we mean by it, and is there a way to get the same idea across without using buzzwords that irritate our listeners? Pastor Luke preaches from Hebrews 11:1 in “Faith: Part 1: What It Is,” the first message in a new series “Buzzwords.”

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