Posts Tagged with: 2 timothy

It was so encouraging to hear from some of the students who went on the Guatemala Missions Trip this year as they shared their experiences with seeing poverty, teaching The Gospel and growing together as a team! The YOUTH does a missions trip every year and we would love for you to consider joining us   

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Part 2 of our mini series breaking down 2 of the most important verses in 2 Timothy (16-16). We talk more about The Bible and its historical and personal significance to us. Where did we get the cannon, who decided what books are good or bad are just a couple questions that we tackle in   

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We slow down in 2 Timothy to talk about one of the “capstone verses in the bible” to shed light on the importance of The Bible. Where does it come from, who wrote it, how does it have authority over our lives are just some of the questions about The Bible and some that we   

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Paul warns Timothy of the “perilous times” that are coming where people will have a “form of godliness, but denying its power”, Timothy has to be prepared to stand for Christ against these people and this time. We need to be aware of these times and people and also be on guard and stand strong   

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Listen to Pastor Ryan teach from the book of 2 Timothy! You can listen to all of our sermons and subscribe on iTunes here! Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Lets talk about endurance, what is it and how do we do it? Paul gives Timothy some encouragement for bring strong for Christ in times that are hard or confusing. We have to be like a soldier who stands strong for his army, and like a athlete who competes to win a prize and finishes the   

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We continue to look at the awesome letter written to a young church leader Timothy from his fatherly figure Paul, encouraging Timothy to lead well and how to do that. One thing that Paul reminds Timothy of is that “God did not give us a spirit of fear but of fear and timidity but of   

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