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The Lord’s Prayer – Part 2 – Matthew 6

Published on August 8, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 29, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. What does “give us this day our daily bread mean?” How does that apply to our lives today in 2012? Join pastor Cuenin as we look into the topic of prayer from Jesus’ famous sermon on the mount. Thanks for listening. If the player is not appearing […]

The Lord’s Prayer – Part1 – Matthew 6

Published on August 5, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 22, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. How many times have you recited the Lord’s prayer, or the disciple’s prayer as it is sometimes called? Is this a prayer Jesus gave us to repeat? If not, is it wrong to repeat it? What does this prayer teach us about our prayer life? Join pastor […]

Praying With The Right Heart – Matthew 6

Published on July 24, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 15, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. Just like when concerned with financial giving, the heart of the person praying is important in the eyes of God. Why are we praying? Why do we pray the way we do? What ways do men often pray which we ought avoid? Join pastor Cuenin as we […]

Giving With The Right Heart – Matthew 6

Published on July 22, 2012 By pastor

Presented July 15, 2012 by Pastor Eric Cuenin. What is the right attitude that a child of God should have toward giving? Join Pastor Cuenin as we deal with this often misunderstood and somewhat sensitive topic. Christian financial giving is an important topic which we do not shy away from, even though many people have […]

Ephesians 4:17-19

Published on March 1, 2011 By pastor

Pastor Eric Cuenin continues the verse by verse study of Ephesians. The text Ephesians 4:17-19. Where he talks about the christian walk taking us back to Ephesians 4:1 as a reminder.
Pastor Cuenin covers four points:
1. Unbelievers are intellectually unproductive. As far as spiritual and moral issues are concerned.Their life is empty vain and without meaning.

2. unbelievers are spiritually separated from God, thus ignorant of God’s truth. They are blind, or “hard” like a rock.

3. Unbelievers are morally insensitive. As they continue to sin and turn away from God, they become still more apathetic about moral and spiritual things.

4. Unbelievers are behaviorally depraved. As they willingly keep succumbing to sensuality and licentiousness, they increasingly lose moral restraint, especially in the area of sexual sins.

Listen as Pastor Cuenin explains what the Bible teaches concerning Christian maturity and growth.

Ephesians 4:15-16 Love

Published on February 22, 2011 By pastor

Pastor Eric Cuenin continues the verse by verse study of Ephesians. Is doctrine important or is it just something “churchy” people talk about? Are you a mature Christian? Should you be living a constantly up and down Christian life or should your life be marked by continuous growth with brief moments or seasons of immaturity?

Listen as Pastor Cuenin explains what the Bible teaches concerning Christian maturity and growth.

Ephesians 4:13-15 Maturity in the Christian Life

Published on February 7, 2011 By pastor

Pastor Eric Cuenin continues the verse by verse study of Ephesians. Is doctrine important or is it just something “churchy” people talk about? Are you a mature Christian? Should you be living a constantly up and down Christian life or should your life be marked by continuous growth with brief moments or seasons of immaturity?

Listen as Pastor Cuenin explains what the Bible teaches concerning Christian maturity and growth.

Ephesians 4:12-13 Purpose and Goal of Gifts

Published on January 31, 2011 By pastor

Pastor Eric Cuenin continues his Verse-by-verse study of Ephesians, where he continues in Ephesians 4:12-13.
Purpose of Gifts

  • For perfecting of the saints
  • For the work of the ministry
  • For the edifying of the body of Christ

Goal of the Gifts

  • We might have unity in the faith
  • We might have intimate knowledge of the Son of God
  • We might be perfect or, that is, mature
  • Strive to be like Christ

Join as we continue our study in the book of Ephesians!