DISCOVERY CLASS: Join Bishop Murray in the continuing study of the Book of Exodus. This week we look at God the Protector. God protected Jochebed, Mariam and the baby Moses. Understand how this applies to the way God protects us today!
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Dissatisfied with the Normal? Join Bishop Murray as he challenges you through the Word of God. When you consider where you are right now, you realize this is not what you imagined. You are not happy, in fact you are dissatisfied. Learn How the power of being dissatisfied with your current situation can be a good thing.
Have you ever had a time when you gave up on something or someone and later wish you stuck it out? Join Bishop Murray as he guides you through the Word of God to learn how to get that second wind to push through.
DISCOVERY CLASS: As Bishop Murray continues the journey in studying the Book of Exodus with an application for today, you will see how God was in control of the situation the israelite’s were in, and He is in control of our situation as well.
DISCOVERY CLASS: Join Bishop Murray as he begins an exploration in the Book of Exodus. In the opening of this Book, God knew the situation the Israelite’s were in and in turn see how God knows the situation you are in.
As the chant, “Black Lives Matter” holds center stage across our nation, there is this growing counter call, “All Lives Matter”. This response derives from those who want to retain their own sense of value and not be excluded from the equation. Does one life hold more value over another life . . . Whose lives matter? This is a question which comes up more often than we may think. We have come to that place where we question the value of a life. Does my life matter more than yours? Does the life of an unborn child matter more than the life of the mother? Does the life of a teenaged Leukemia patient matter more than the life of a cancer-stricken senior? Do Black Lives matter more than All Lives?
Bishop Murray shares how Christ speaks to the churches in Revelations. In the first letter was sent to the church located in Ephesus. That letter accused the church of having left her first love. In effect, Jesus said to this congregation, “You are a furnace with no fire.”
Bishop Murray shares Acts 20:7-12 and speaks from, the window Seat. There certainly is no such place from a natural perspective, because the window is not made for sitting in, it is a very uncomfortable place, it is a place through which light and fresh air enters the room.
Bishop Murray asks us to consider in this Bible Study, what did Jesus mean when He told Nicodemus, “You must be born again”? And what does His comment about being, “born of the water and the Spirit” mean to us today?