David Griffin – Dressing Modestly

davidgriffinThis sermon was presented at the Missouri Labor Day Meeting in 2017. David Griffin discusses modesty, what it means to us as Christians, and how we should choose to clothe ourselves.

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Jimmy Smith – The Days are Evil

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This sermon was presented at the Missouri Labor Day Meeting in 2017. Jimmy Smith reminds us that we are living in perilous times, and that we must remain distinct from the influences of the world around us.

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Brad Shockley – Is Faith Blind?

bradpicIn this sermon, Brad Shockley examines a question that many ask of us as Christians. Is our faith “blind?” Is faith outdated and backwards? Or is our faith in the Bible rational and based on evidence?

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Brad Shockley – When Jury Duty Calls

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What should a Christian do when called to serve on a jury? This is a question that many struggle to answer. Is it our civic duty to render judgment on our fellow citizens? Or would it be a violation of Scriptural teaching to do so? Brad details how he used the Bible when called in for jury duty.

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Billy Dickinson – God’s Jewels

billypicBilly bases this lesson on a passage from Malachi, the last book in the Old Testament. The analogy is made that we, as God’s children, are his jewels. This is a great benefit but also brings with it great responsibilities.

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Brad Shockley – Revelation

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The book of Revelation can be difficult to understand. Much false doctrine has been spread through the world due to misapplication of passages from the book. In this sermon, Brad Shockley gives an overview and details how to properly interpret the final writing in the New Testament.

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Brad Shockley – The Bible and Baptism

bradpicEphesians 4:5 states that there is “one baptism”. Brad Shockley presents this sermon asking the question, what exactly does the Bible have to say about this important, but oft-misunderstood topic?

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