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The Early Christians Were Intensely Christ-Centered

June 10, 2013


The Early Christians Were Intensely Christ-Centered by Ray Spellbrink The early Christians were intensely Christ-centered. Jesus Christ was their pulse beat. He was their life, their breath, and their central point of reference. He was the object of their worship, the subject of their songs, and the content of their discussion and vocabulary. The New […]

A New and Living Way

June 6, 2013


A New and Living Way by Steve Dines Origin of the church system. In Matthew 13, Jesus told a parable about a woman who secretly introduced yeast into three measures of fine flour. In scripture, yeast is always linked with corruption. I believe the fine flour here represents the person of the Lord Jesus Christ […]