Is Your Marriage Pleasing To God?

Happy, fulfilling marriages are God-centered. In this lesson we examine Ephesians 5:22-33 and focus on the responsibilities God gives to husbands and wives and discuss why God wants spouses to treat each other in these ways. You can watch the sermon below, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel and ring the bell…

The Need for Honor

Our society finds less and less value in showing honor, respect, and simple human dignity to others. This sermon examines why the faithful Christian will be known for the honor and respect he or she gives to God and everyone else.  You can watch the sermon below.  Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel and ring…

Romans 7:1-6 Class

This class opens chapter 7 of Romans by discussing the first six verses and how Paul compares the Jewish Christians’ current relationship with the law of Moses to a marriage which has ended due to the death of a spouse.  You can watch the class below.  Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel and ring the…

Proverbs: A Godly Marriage (Lesson 2)

This is the second lesson on what Proverbs and other sections of Scripture teach about godly marriages.  This was taught by Jon Mitchell in the Wednesday Night Auditorium Class on April 24, 2019.  The camera split the lesson into two parts. You can view the first part of the lesson here. You can view the…

Proverbs: A Godly Marriage (Lesson 1)

This is Lesson 1 of a series on what the book of Proverbs and other sections of Scripture teach about having a godly marriage in the Wednesday Night Auditorium Class.  This class was taught by Jon Mitchell on April 10, 2019.

Colossians 3:18-19: “Wives…Husbands…”

“Wives, submit to your husbands, as is fitting in the Lord.  Husbands, love your wives, and do not be harsh with them.” Colossians 3:18-19 I’ve recently been asked to officiate a wedding, something which I consider an honor and privilege to do.  Weddings are always special times to me, because they signal the start of…

February 2017 Bible Questions & Answers

Who or what is the devil?  Who created the devil and why does God allow him to have so much power?  Is he an evil spirit?  Why is he always referred to in the male gender?  Was the serpent in Genesis 3 the devil? “Devil” comes from the Greek diabolos and literally means “slanderer” or…