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We conclude our, "Will You Grow?", series by talking about generosity.

Too many people never experience the freedom of generosity. Generosity does not happen by magic...it takes investment.  God has blessed each of us to the point that we can actually do something to become generous, not just with the money he gives us to manage, but with our time, emotions, etc. 
We trust as you listen to Dr. McCormick speak you will hear Holy Spirit encouraging you to a new level of growth.  As you do, we will praise God for his faithfulness which allows us to be faithful with others.
May God bless you as you respond to His Word!
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We continue in our "Will You Grow?" Series as Dr. McCormick encourages to choose growth through studying God's Word and using the gifts God has given you in service.

As you listen to this important and challenging message, may God bless you as you respond to His Word.
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We take a break from our study of the Book of Acts to ask the question, "Will You Grow?"

So often Christians become lethargic, even lazy. We rest in our past activities when God still has so much for us to do and experience.  Someone once said, "If you aren't growing, you are dying."  We want to be a growing people, so how can we grow?
In this message, Dr. McCormick lays the foundation for a three-week series to help us to grow.  As you listen, may the Lord bless you as you respond to His Word.
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As we reengage our systematic study of the Book of Acts, Dr. Warner offers a review of where we have been, including a recap of the main themes we are witnessing in this history of the early church's evangelism ministry led by the Apostle Paul.

As you listen, may God bless you, and may you respond by faith to His Word.
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After an inspiring Christmas season, we return to our systematic study of the Book of Acts.

In this message, Dr. McCormick opens Acts 17 as Paul and his entourage ministry in Macedonia.  Though Paul was well-versed in the Greek culture - and, therefore, could have ministered effectively in the Acropolis or Marketplace - he chose to minister to the Jews, first.
This passage is a good model for Christians to follow as it yields a Tactical approach to evangelism. As you listen, may the Lord inspire you to ask Him for the courage to share the Gospel.
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In the post-Christmas reading of the Magi, Dr. Warner unfolds the miraculous way that God worked to lead the Magi to Jesus through the glowing star in the skies.  As you listen, stand amazed at the power of God, the complexity of the plan, and the simplicity of the Magi's response.

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