SGIG e098 “Ananias & Sapphira” Pt 1

Perspectives with Richard Murray & Bill Thrasher

The story of Ananias & Sapphira has left many believers confused about God being a ‘loving God’.  Did God kill them?  Is this God’s way of showing folks he still can get angry at us for our sin?  Enjoy this two part discussion as we explore different ways to interpret the story found in Acts chapter 5. 


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Parking Lot Theology with Richard Murray: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKfv-9uArQHKCXZQPsLeEVYe-bt4YN5lj

“Thanksgiving” – An Attitude Of Gratitude

It is amazing how many places in the Old and New Testaments express the importance of being thankful!  Not only is it great advice, but it really good for you!  Enjoy today’s message as we sift through some of the best reminders to ‘give thanks’.

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SGIG e097 “Growing Deeper” Pt 2– A Discussion with Andre & Mary-Anne Rabe

Maybe there is more to learn and grow in!  Maybe there is a deeper way of knowing God, ourselves, and others!  Enjoy part two of two as we have a conversation with Andre & Mary-Anne Rabe.


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“The Shepherd” – New Testament perspectives Pt 4

Psalm 23 is one of the most well known Biblical texts, sometimes read at weddings but most often at funerals.  Having heard this over and over again, many tend to just ‘tune out’ and not contemplate the depth and meaning of this endearing ancient text.  Join us as we explore the layered expression of love written by the author, and see if you can pray this ‘psalm’ as your own. 

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