It's the end of the world as we know it

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Want to know the four keys to success as a Christian and in a church? Paul lays them out in abbreviated fashion at the end of 1 Thessalonians. Get ready to be encouraged and challenged!

What’s the state of the world today? Are we moving towards peace and security or what? And what should Christians do in light of current events. Pastor Tom explores this as we study Paul’s letter to anxious Thessalonians.

What happens after death? Do you know? Do you care? If you have ever experienced the death of a loved one you have thought about it. Today Pastor Tom Fuller brings us an insightful message on what to expect if you are a Christian, and what to dread if you have not trusted Jesus.

Having restrain - doing only the things you want to do - is something we’d all like to aspire to. The problem is that this is easier said than done. Today Pastor Tom Fuller offers some theological as well as practical advice on how to be the person you want to be.

You might not be aware of it (in fact you probably are not) but there are three plots against every Christian being hatched against you. In this study we identify what those tactics are of Satan, and what to do about them.

The most common experience for a follower of Jesus might not be what you’d think at first. In reality it’s pressure. Pressure to conform to the culture and pressure to stop trusting Jesus. That struggle is at the heart of Paul’s message in 1 Thessalonians 2.

How can you tell whether you have good motivations for entering into a ministry experience? How can you tell whether someone else is acting with good motives? The Apostle Paul uses his experience in Thessalonica to give us some great ways to know good motivation from not so good.

We all have choices - turn right or left, buy Coke or Pepsi. When it comes to eternal life there are choices as well. But it seems we like to hedge our bets and not have to choose one way over another. Today Pastor Tom discusses that decision and the consequences.

Why is the gospel so powerful that it can pierce a hard heart and withstand intense persecution? Find out as we study Paul's letter to this nascent church in trouble, yet thriving.