The Lord's Prayer Part V (Forgive Our Sins as We Forgive Others)
 

Let's Pray / August 28, 2019

Do you know the most famous prayer on the planet is the Lord’s Prayer? It’s found in the Bible in the book of Matthew chapter 6. It’s a prayer millions of Christians of every background recite regularly, but many times people don’t really understand its meaning. That’s why we’ve been reviewing it for the past few weeks. Today we’ll continue with the verse that speaks about forgiveness.

 
The Church of Ephesus - Episode 1
 

Disclosure / September 13, 2012

In a world of uncertainty, it's nice to know that some of life's important events were actually disclosed to us.

 
Episode for August 12, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / August 12, 2020

Will a baby born dead go to heaven? Did Mary have other children after Jesus? Is Satan locked up for 1000 years or a day? When does our probation close? Explain 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12.

 
Recommended links we used today
 

Hope at Home / July 18, 2020

Gracelink video "Did You Hear?" and "Amazing Grace" from LifeLong, Orlando.

 
Lifestyle Seminar
 

Celebration of Hope / December 08, 2018

Gain tips of living a healthier and happier life!

 
Fitness
 

Go Healthy For Good! / September 21, 2017

Physical inactivity is a major risk factor for the development of cardiometabolic diseases like heart disease, cancer, stroke, & diabetes. But so is being overweight! Find out how to turn that around.

 
Episode for May 13, 2020
 

Bible HelpDesk / May 13, 2020

To love like Jesus? Demon possession real? 10 commandments in the New Testament? Why is God's name I AM? The last shall be first? Doing all God wants you to do?

 
Majoring in Minors: Part II | Episode 5
 

Cross Connection / October 13, 2017

The Church sends an encouraging letter to the Gentile believers; Paul and Barnabas reach a missionary fork in the road.

 
LP: Jonathan Moore | Moore Than Life
 

Let's Pray / September 30, 2016

At the age of 19, he was facing a life sentence in prison. Today, he lives as a free man. Find out why Jonathan Moore believes God redeemed the time that he spent serving time.