Your Word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path. Psalm 119:105
Your Word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You! Psalm 119:11

SUNDAY MORNING STUDIES – Exodus
Suffering in Egypt – 10/4/2020 Exodus 1
With or without God – 10/11/2020 Exodus 2
God of eternity – 10/18/2020 Exodus 3
Lame excuses we give to God – 10/25/2020 Exodus 4
Who is the Lord? – 11/1/2020 Exodus 5:1-6:9

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MIDWEEK BIBLE STUDIES – Daniel
Purpose in one’s heart – 10/15/2020 Daniel Introduction and chapter 1
Back to the future – 10/22/2020 Daniel 2
Courage under fire – 10/29/2020 Daniel 3

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TOPICAL TEACHING
The empty tomb and the bodily resurrection of Jesus – 4/12/2020 Selected Scriptures
What does Christmas mean to you? – 12/22/2019 Selected Scriptures
Blessed hope for the hurting Selected Scriptures
Is it really a silent and holy night? Selected Scriptures
Stop Wiggling Selected Scriptures
Resurrection Celebration 2017 – Empty = Life Selected Scripture
Christmas 2016 – Are You a Grinch Selected Scripture


GUEST SPEAKERS
The manifestation of worldliness James 4:1-6 Pastor Merrill Simon
It’s a life of love Galatians 5:24-25 and 1 Corinthians 13 Deacon Gary Hurley
Heavenly vs. demonic wisdom James 3:13-18 Pastor Merrill Simon
The untamable tongue James 3:1-12 Pastor Merrill Simon
True faith is manifested through our works James 2:14-26 Pastor Merrill Simon
Crucified Life Galatians 5:24 Deacon Gary Hurley
When we show partiality, we commit sin James 2 Pastor Merrill Simon
Learning contentment Philippians 4:10-13 Pastor Herb Perez
Living and Active and Sharp Hebrews 4:12 Deacon Gary Hurley
Practical advice for building Christian Character James 1 Pastor Merrill Simon
Don’t lose heart Selected Scriptures Deacon Gary Hurley
God loves us and seeks a relationship with us 1 John 4 Pastor Merrill Simon
Worship Selected Scriptures Deacon Gary Hurley
Devoted to Prayer Selected Scriptures Deacon Gary Hurley