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Slam Dunk

Slam Dunk

The Bible has a few books that are very short and to the point. This doesn't take away from the power of the lessons taught, in fact, the message probably has more impact because it is right there. In the month of July, we'll take a look at four "slam dunks" in the Bible: four short letters with powerful, to-the-point winning truths that we need to put into action in our personal lives and in our church.

In this series (4 messages):

Philemon: After the Foul July 8, 2012

Paul wrote a letter to his friend Philemon about a very sensitive topic: forgiveness. When we forgive one another as God has forgiven us in Christ, we change from being useless and painful to useful and encouraging. More info »

2 John: Winning Attitude July 15, 2012

How do we really show our love to God? By obeying Him. This obedience has nothing to do with keeping the rules, it has to do with a heart that is "all-in" for Jesus and others. This means everyone wins. More info »

3 John: Great Practice = Great Game July 22, 2012

Champions are made. If we want to win in life we must constantly be building up our knowledge of the Bible and the new life we have in Jesus. Good practice means learning those plays we need to win and then putting them into action in our everyday game of life. More info »

Jude: Winning Defense July 29, 2012

A team can't win a game just by scoring points, they have to keep the other team from scoring as well. A good defense is as necessary as a good offense. In life we are faced by attacks from all sides which can drag us down: temptation to sin, anger, laziness, challenges to our faith, financial pressures and relationship issues. Learning and putting into play a strong defense can help us win at life. More info »