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The Danger of Tolerance

Tolerance has become a buzzword in both the political and religious spheres of this world. Similarly

February 8, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

Tolerance has become a buzzword in both the political and religious spheres of this world. Similarly, the word "intolerance" has become a weapon used against those who disagree with the popular thinking of the time. But are we truly commanded by God to be "tolerant?" In this lesson, Dr. Mark Lantz examines Jesus' reaction to the popular beliefs of His time to help us determine the proper definition of Biblical tolerance and what it means to stand up for what we know to be right.

When Your Praise Is Not Enough

April 14, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

This Palm Sunday, we look back at Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem. Crowds surrounded Him and honored him with praises and palm branches. But was something missing? The same people who shouted Hosanna this day were the same ones who shouted "Crucify Him!" a few days later. How did this show of worship turn to the Garden of Gethsemane and the cross itself? Are there times that praise can be misused? What does praise truly require of us? Join Dr. Mark Lantz as he examines the concept of praise in our relationship with God this Palm Sunday in his sermon, "When Your Praise Is Not Enough."

2019 Prophecy Conference

April 6, 2019 • Pastor Paul Begley

Originally recorded on April 6, 2019. If you have questions about world events and how they relate to Biblical prophecy, then join Pastor Paul Begley as he looks into the Scriptures and shows how these ancient words are unfolding before our very eyes. Pastor Begley was the guest speaker at the 2019 Christian Center Church Prophecy Conference

The King Is Coming

April 7, 2019 • Pastor Paul Begley

Pastor Paul Begley, a leading figure in prophetic revelation, joins us to preach about Christ's coming and the signs that will precede His coming. There are signs we as the church should recognize, but more than that, we need to be reminded of the hope we have in His return. Our King is coming, and we, as His bride, must be ready.