Why the BIBLE must be studied and understood
Ecclesiology / April 2, 2014

Pastor Conrad Mbewe has been referred to by many as the African Spurgeon. Here he is addressing the Strange Fire conference held at John MacArthur’s Grace To You church about the imported “charasmatic” infuence in Africa and how it has become more mainstream than real Chirstianity. If you weren’t concerned before, you will be afterward.

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Video: Growth in and of the Church
Ecclesiology / February 4, 2014

Gerry Brinkman discusses what we need to do to see growth in and of the Church, the body of Christ. FYI: There are some issues with the sound in the middle of the video.

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Evangelism and Discipleship
Anthropology , Ecclesiology , Soteriology , Theology / November 17, 2013

This is a presentation I made for my place of fellowship when one of the Sunday School teachers accused the Sunday School Director of getting too “Evangelical.” I figured I had better explain that “Evangeleo” is the Greek word that means “Good News” and that “Disciple” comes from the Greek “Mathetes,” meaning a pupil, in this case of Jesus and why it is so critical for any gathering to be involved in evangelism and Discipleship.

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“Natural” Church Development
Ecclesiology / October 19, 2013

There has always been a battle taking place between the natural and spiritual realms. If we are to be real followers of Jesus, we MUST recognize this in every area of our lives. At a personal level, this is certainly true. Anyone that has even tried to follow Jesus will tell you that in our own strength, is just isn’t possible. Jesus even told us that a number of times. We need His divine strength…

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