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On Sharing Jesus

On Sharing Jesus This Sunday we will complete our look at our new mission statement. By now it is our hope that this is sinking deep into your thinking pattern, and you are beginning to understand the inner logic of why we have presented it as we have. While it is true that there is …Read the full blog…

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On Transforming Lives

One of the great discoveries of my spiritual life did not come until I was nearly 30 years old. Through all of my youth, like most people, I struggled deeply against the habits of sin that had been formed in my mind and body as I sought ways to rid myself of unseemly habits. My …Read the full blog…

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Paul and the Problem of Evil

One of the dilemmas that has vexed humans beings since the beginning of our existence is the problem of evil.  Different cultures have had diverse ways of dealing with the problem, but most would admit that a fully satisfactory answer is often lacking.  For example, in the ancient world, there were four different ways of …Read the full blog…

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On Loving God

On Loving God By now you should be well informed of what the new mission statement is for the RiverWalk Church of Christ. We have done our best to make it so that this new statement will seep deep into your thinking. There were banners hung in the auditorium, signs posted in each classroom, blog …Read the full blog…

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RiverWalk’s New Mission Statement

RiverWalk’s New Mission Statement Well, the New Year has arrived. 2017 has said its final goodbyes and 2018 is now upon us. As we consider the new year together, and all the thoughts of new beginnings that inevitably go with it, I want to draw your mind to a new phase in the ministry of …Read the full blog…

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Can Christians Suffer from Depression?

Can a Christian Struggle with Depression? It is funny how certain events, which were very mundane and unmemorable at the time you experienced them, stand out in your mind as significant memories. For example, I remember a time when I was a child that my mother and I returned from a late night run to …Read the full blog…

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Act Six, Part Two: The Vocation Forever Realized

Act Six, Part Two: The Vocation Forever Realized Our study this week is going to bring us full circle in the Biblical story. Over the course of five different Acts, we have watched the story of the Bible unfold for us. That story has been filled with drama, beauty, adventure, and even danger–grave danger–but as …Read the full blog…

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Act Six, Part One: The Vocation Forever Lost

Act Six, Part One: The Vocation Forever Lost We are quickly coming near the end of our study of the Bible as if it were a Six-Act play. We have followed the story of God and the human vocation throughout all of the Old Testament, and now much of the New Testament. We have seen …Read the full blog…

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Act Five: The Church — The Vocation Shared

Act Five: The Church — The Vocation Shared  As we continue on with our examination of the Bible in the form of a six Act play, this week we now come to the fifth Act of our story. This act is very important to us, not just because of the role it plays in the overall story, …Read the full blog…

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Act Four, Part Two: Jesus – The Fulfillment of the Human Vocation

Act Four, Part 2: Jesus – The Fulfillment of the Human Vocation  Several weeks ago, as we were looking at the end of Israel’s story in the Old Testament, we noted how the Old Testament drew to a close with the expectation that Israel would have to be delivered from the consequences of her sin …Read the full blog…

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