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As we enter the second week of Advent, Pastor Ronnie Meek focuses specifically on the meaning of Christ's coming. As he does, he points out the primary things Jesus came to show us.
In considering Advent, it's important to think about the signs of Christ's return. However, as Pastor Ronnie Points out, seeing a sign isn't as important as knowing what to do about it.
In order to spur one another on to good works with an eye on the Promised Land, it's important to be firmly rooted. Listen as Pastor Ronnie Meek shares three keys to moving forward.
In a success-oriented culture, it can be hard to receive gifts. As Pastor Kevin O'Dea points out, not being able to receive also means we don't know how to give freely. Listen to discover more.
Community is incredibly important in the Kingdom but it's not always what we think it is. Listen as Justin Beshearse and Pastor Barbie Loflin share about love, hurt, sacrifice, and transformed lives.
Drawing from 2 Samuel, Pastor Ronnie points out the need for wisdom and God's direction rather than our own ideas or adrenaline. Listen to discover the difference and what's better than “feeling” it.
As Pastor Bruce Coble leaves the staff at Springhouse, Pastors Ronnie Meek, Robert Stofel, and John McLendon talk about how they've seen him walk a life of true discipleship. Listen to be inspired!
It's easy to look around or look through Scripture and wonder why we're not more like other people. But as Pastor Ronnie Meek shares, our destinies in Christ are unique and good, though maybe not easy. – http://springhousesmyrna.com/20171022
One of the primary things that can hold us back in our faith is fear. Pastor Barbie Loflin takes a focused look at fear and points out strategies from Scripture to overcome it.
If every day is one that God has made, then nothing surprises Him. Pastor Bruce Coble shares how knowing that God is unchanging can help us to approach our days with flexibility and eager expectation of what God is doing and will do.