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1 Corinthians: To the Church of God #7 - Boundaries, Part 2

Slander can take the form of reviling those in authority. Reviling is so prevalent in our Western world that we’ve forgotten that it should not be the norm. We revile politicians, teachers, doctors…and pastors. Instead, we need to speak in a way that is honoring to God.

A Special Message about Faith During Crisis

This Week's Video Message from Pastor Josh Moody

The situation that many of us are facing is one where we are asking questions about our own worldview, our own faith. We all have some kind of faith. Some of us put our trust in our bank accounts or in science and knowledge or in our families and country. This Bible passage touches on the faith of the apostles and the faith of one crippled man.

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Meet Josh Moody

Pastor, Teacher, and Author

Josh Moody (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is the senior pastor of College Church in Wheaton, IL., president and founder of God Centered Life Ministries, and author of several books including How the Bible Can Change Your Life and John 1-12 For You.



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In my prized possession is a letter from John Stott. He was replying to say that he supported me, as the new president of the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union, in my desire to revitalize the daily Bible reading and prayer life of the Union. Hardly radical stuff. Or is it? Then, and again now, I…

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