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Don’t Waste Your Suffering – Part 3

Published on August 6, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 29, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. The suffering of believers isn’t strange, 1 Peter 4:12-19, but you must understand; it may be God’s will and your godly response is vital. Remember the Psalmist in Ps 119:65-72, suffering gets our attention and can produce Godly responses. Godliness is a tremendous benefit of suffering, 1 […]

Don’t Waste Your Suffering – Part 2

Published on July 23, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 22, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. Do you suffer? In a sense, it is the plight of everyone. We all suffer at some point (see Job 5:7, Romans 8:22). In what ways do we suffer? Why do we suffer? Join us in the second part of a series about suffering. If you want […]

Don’t Waste Your Suffering

Published on July 8, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 8, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. Do you suffer? In a sense, it is the plight of everyone. We all suffer at some point (see Job 5:7, Romans 8:22). In what ways do we suffer? Why do we suffer? Join us in the first part of a series about suffering. If you want […]

Anger and Relationships – From Matthew 5

Published on July 4, 2012 By pastor

Presented May 6, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. Continuing in his series through Matthew. Pastor Cuenin takes a closer look at how anger affects our relationships. This is an important sermon for our day as it seems our closest relationships, the ones in the home are suffering. Where do we look for advice on how […]

Radical Families – Father’s Day 2012

Published on July 2, 2012 By pastor

Presented June 17, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. Defining Radical From a Christian Worldview: Join pastor Cuenin as he discusses Radical Love, Radical Respect, & Radical Responsibility on this Father’s Day. Thanks for listening. If the player is not appearing or you prefer to download the mp3, Click here. You can also subscribe to a […]

Discipleship Taught And Caught

Published on June 5, 2012 By pastor

Presented May 6, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. We generally think of discipling as something orally instructed, one on one, from a teacher, or from the pulpit, etc. Also, we are imitators, 1 Cor 11:1; 2 Cor 3:2 A large part of the discipling process is caught by our imitating the person that is discipling […]

The Discipline of Discipleship

Published on June 3, 2012 By pastor

Presented April 29, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. Ever notice the closeness or similarity of (disciple/discipline) the terms? It’s not an accident that they are similar; They are related words meaning to learn. If you are a disciple, it means you are a learner and if you are a learner it will take discipline on […]