Dan Rudge expounds 1 Corinthians 14 and outlines 5 key New Testament principles that govern participation in the assembly gatherings of God’s people. (Message preached in Sarnia Gospel Hall, 16th Sept 2022).
Dan Rudge preaches on the resurrection of Christ from the key New Testament chapter of 1 Corinthians Ch 15, expounding all the key themes of Paul’s argument. (Message preached in Sarnia Gospel Hall, 17th Sept 2022).
Albert Hull (1936-2015) preaches on the challenging topic of legacy. In his final epistle, written in jail to Timothy, Paul urges him to be a devoted soldier, a disciplined athlete, a diligent farmer and a dedicated workman. What legacy are you leaving behind? Readings: 2 Tim 2:1-15, 19-26. (Message preached in Stark Road Gospel hall, Livonia, Michigan, USA, 21 Oct 1995).
David Vallance asks “How did we get here?” in reference to the morally corrupt state of affairs in Western culture. He traces history from pre-modern, through modern, to the postmodern/woke era, examining the lives and philosophies of Rousseau, Marx, Darwin, Nietzsche and Freud along the way. He covers issues such as tolerance, identity politics, intersectionality, gender dysphoria, homosexuality and transgenderism, bringing biblical teaching to bear on each. Reading: Gen 1:26-28 (Message given 13th July 2022 in Stark Road Gospel Hall,…
Norman Crawford (1927-2017) reminds his audience of the basic doctrines of the gospel, including human depravity, the resurrection of Christ, eternal punishment, propitiation, justification and redemption. Essential listening. (Message preached in Stark Road Gospel Hall, Michigan, March 2001) For other messages by Norman Crawford, click here.
Harold Paisley (1924-2015) preaches on the second coming of Christ. He outlines a “9-point programme”, from the rapture of the Church to the Kingdom age, in a wide-ranging message. This video was recorded in October 1997 at the Stark Road Gospel Hall in Livonia, Michigan, USA.
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