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The #1 Reason People Go Apostate

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Scripture: Hebrews 3:12
Topics: Gospel,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Those who fall away from the Faith almost always have this in common.

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The Effeminate, Minimalist, Pagan Church In America

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Scripture: Hebrews 3:12
Topics: Doctrine of Ecclesiology, False Doctrine, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Churches in America are falling all around us. From Mars Hill to Hillsong, it’s all crumbling down. But at the same time, the True Church in America, and all around the world, is thriving. So what’s the difference? In this sermon, Pastor Joel Webbon emphasizes some of the key distinctions between churches that fall and churches that thrive.

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5 Lessons Every Christian Should Have Learned Over The Past 2 Years

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 3:5Ephesians 6:4Hebrews 3:12Hebrews 3:13Matthew 12:30
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Faith & Hope, Biblical Manhood, Culture & Politics, Doctrine of Ecclesiology, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Eschatology,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this second lecture from our recent conference, Pastor Joel Webbon shares 5 vital lessons that all Christians should have learned over these past two years: 1) Postmillennialism, 2) Patriarchy, 3) Presuppositionalism, 4) Proper Ecclesiology, & 5) Protestant Resistance Theory.

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Are Churches That Only ‘Live-Stream’ In Sin?

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:24-25Hebrews 3:12Hebrews 3:13Matthew 18:17-20Revelation 1:10-16
Topics: Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Church Polity, Corporate Prayer, Lord's Supper, Worship, Doctrine of Ecclesiology, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Worship,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Even among Christians who are convinced that the saints’ weekly gathering is “essential,” many remain suspicious of the church’s true necessity. This suspicion is likely due to the fact that many Christians fail to understand precisely how the church is “unique.” In our day, there appears to be an alarming amount of Christians who are simply unaware of what actually …

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Why is it Often Easier to Criticize Than Encourage?

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Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 5:11Hebrews 3:13
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Faith & Hope, Biblical Manhood, Culture & Politics, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Church Polity, Corporate Prayer, Lord's Supper, Worship, Loving the Saints,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

When we offer criticism we express that something is lacking and requires our contribution. However, when we offer encouragement we acknowledge that success is present apart from our contribution. This often requires a great deal more humility.