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Bear Creek Bible Church is a local, non-denominational, caring community of Christians who worship and follow the Lord Jesus Christ. We believe that instruction from God's Word, evangelism world missions, personal discipleship, fellowship, and service are essential to the Church's purpose. The involvement of every believer and the discovery and exercise of his or her spiritual gifts are core to the Church's success. BCBC is located in Keller, Texas, USA.
 
Every great Jonathan Creek episode consists of three parts or acts: The Effect, The Method, and The Reveal. There’s also a fair amount of grot, things that really shouldn’t be said anymore, and one of television’s most enduring romances. Join Gav Murphy and Daniel Krupa as they break down all 32 episodes of Jonathan Creek, the classic British TV show about a magician’s assistant who solves impossible crimes, which they watched religiously as kids (and now, as adults). Up The Creek is the def ...
 
The Creek Church is a place where people who don't like church love to attend—both online and at campuses across the state of Kentucky. We exist to love God, love people, and make disciples. Our weekend services feature dynamic, relevant, high energy music, coupled with practical, Biblical teaching you can understand. Follow this podcast to stay up-to-date on recent messages from our Sunday morning environments.
 
Est.1893 and Located at 1338 Barnett's Creek Rd Columbia, Ky 42728. We are Nested in the foothills of the Pellyton Community of Adair County. Pastor Steven Janes and Congregation Welcome all to Attend our Worship Services. Worship times are as Follows: Sunday Morning, Sunday School 10:00 A.M. To 11:00A.M. And Service from 11:00A.M. To 12:00P.M. all Times Are C.S.T.
 
Sager Creek Community Church is a Bible-believing, Bible-teaching church in Siloam Springs, Arkansas that desires to see God glorified in our community and around the world. We teach verse-by-verse expository sermons emphasizing God’s grace. See our complete archive and listen to full series here: http://sagercreek.com/sermons/ Or download our app: http://subsplash.com/scccsermons/app
 
Out of town and missed a sermon? Don't worry, you can listen to many of the teachings from our weekly services right here on the website. If you have a portable audio player, download the files to listen. You can also follow the link to iTunes and have it automatically download the sermons as soon as we upload them.
 
We’re all becoming something. What are you becoming? It's our goal for you to intentionally become the person God has called you to be. We'll release an episode each week with answers to real questions that college students and young adults are asking us. Listen in as Jonathan Pokluda, Nate Hilgenkamp, and Kathy Davidson help you navigate life in your 20's and 30's! 921758
 
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Put it away, Ted. This week, we got bugs. Alexis finds out that she got head lice from school, which leads to much hijinks as the rest of the family deals with the fallout, except Moira who pretty much just ignores it and deals with her own stuff. David flirts with the idea of flirting with Patrick while Stevie encourages him. And Johnny tries to d…
 
Beck Miller preaches about the phenomenal sign in John 11 - the raising of Lazarus - & about letting Jesus be the hero of our story. Is Jesus heroic? Well, he is powerful to give life, he is compassionate - weeping with Mary even though he can see the good he is going to do - and he acts even though it leads to his own persecution and death. Do you…
 
In the final sermon of this series, Pastor Clark looks at the message Jeremiah brought to God's people. Even though they broke their covenant, God promised to create a new covenant with the people and forgive them. And you'll discover the second chances God has in store for you when you listen!By Pastor Clark Frailey
 
Sermon Direct Link 11/22/20 Rev. Clint Smith Saying Goodbye for the Sake of the Gospel – Acts 18:18-23 Paul established deep bonds with his fellow brothers and sisters in Corinth. Although the Church at Corinth had many problems, Paul loved them and offered godly, corrective instruction to them. See 1 & 2 Corinthians. God allowed Paul and his team …
 
Jeremiah was called to do something unconventional in his day and the story of it in Jeremiah 13:1-11 sounds even more peculiar and confusing to us today. Yet, as we dig into the symbolism behind the strangeness, we learn the difference between being useless and useful, being buried or blessed, and being covered with mold or covered by gold.…
 
Rising Above Hard Times. Part 4 – How Prayer Changes Things (James 5:13-18) Prayer helps to align us with God’s will and purpose. It activates the power of God. It is intended to be the language that gets through to God. This Sunday Pastor Mark will take us through what James was the earthly brother of Jesus. After he had come to faith in Christ, h…
 
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