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John the Baptist’s “no holds barred” attacks on the unrighteous, including political and religious leaders, didn’t endear him to the unrepentant. But he did attract the attention of those searching for truth.  Individuals spiritually starving because for more than four hundred years, Papa had been silent. Religious leaders no longer imparting divine revelations, only rules …

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Renewing— transforming your mind will require the removal of unrighteous, ungodly thought patterns. Papa accomplishes this by intentionally allowing you to experience tribulation and temptation. So they are exposed and expunged.  Because many Christians are more concerned with self-preservation than transformation. They fail to use these experiences as opportunities for… Meditation and intimate, prolonged communion …

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In today’s American culture image is king. So it is in the American Church. Many have adopted a list of do’s and don’ts, rituals and social gatherings as their Christian image. Refusing to acknowledge the only image acceptable to Papa is the image of Christ. Many consider pursuing a biblical worldview and spiritual transformation not …

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Papa’s truth— His word is not simply words on the pages of a book that gathers dust on a bookshelf. OR Contained in sermons heard on Sunday morning but forgotten by Sunday afternoon.  Truth is the Spirit of the living God. Given to disciples of Christ so they can live holy, righteous lives.  Papa’s truth …

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  Hope in its purest form is a spiritual force. Empowering and sustaining you when the light at the end of the tunnel is invisible. Hope is the confident expectation that regardless of circumstances. Papa makes everything work out according to His plan. Jesus and the early Church lived amidst turmoil and unpredictability. Violent revolts, …

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