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Moses made several trips up the Holy Mountain of Sinai to commune with God. It so radically changed him the Word says that "rays of light shot out from his face" (Exodus 34:29).That's pretty radical. That's a genuine "God Encounter." But, Moses never stayed on the mountain. Moses went up the mountain to commune with God but he always came back down…
 
Richard Blain was a dedicated husband, father, friend and follower of Jesus. He was also a faithful member of First Baptist Church of Thousand Oaks and he will forever be missed. This short video gives us a glimpse of his life and allows his memory to carry on for years to come.Oleh First Baptist Church of Thousand Oaks
 
The Psalms give us a broad pattern for preaching: beginning with the ugly realities of life and moving to glorious promises of God. Psalm 22 is a good example. It begins with the ultimate cry of despair--repeated on the cross by the Lord, in fact--but ends with "all the ends of the earth turning to the Lord" (vss 27-31).Ichabod has been stamped upo…
 
I think of some maximum men and women who have changed the world. Men like Ghandi and Reagan. Women like Mother Teresa. Maximum disciples like the Apostle Paul, Charles Spurgeon, John Wesley, and of course, Billy Graham have made a huge contribution to our world.They were "maximum" men and women--nothing "moderate" about their passions and pursuits…
 
On Sunday, Matt Larson continued in our series on the Book of John through chapter 3. In the passage, we see that some of John the Baptist’s disciples came to him with the concern that people were now following Jesus instead of John. John’s response is an example to us today, he said that just like a best man at a wedding leads people to see the gr…
 
This week, Matt Larson continued through in the book of John with the secret meeting of Jesus and Nicodemus. Jesus taught him that birthright into Israel doesn’t get anyone into God’s kingdom. Everyone needs to be born again spiritually because all have sinned, and are under the condemnation of sin. But God in his great love sent Jesus, so everyone…
 
God is every searching for His lost children and we foolishly try to hide from him. Yet, when God does find us and we respond in humble repentance of our sins, accepting the free gift of salvation God offers, our lives are dramatically, wonderfully, and eternally changed. In this message Pastor Jack shares how to have this life changing experience …
 
I’m afraid nearly all the world is foolishly “Chasing Fleas.” We are so focused on what is immediately in front of us that we are almost completely blind of the vastness of eternity that awaits us. Instead of being consumed by the eternal matter of God’s will being done on earth as it is in heaven, we are consumed with “Chasing Fleas.” When we do t…
 
Choose a lower chair and get a higher blessing. This is a principle that is foundational to Christian living. Call it the "upside-downess" of Kingdom living. The first shall be last. The last shall be first. The way of leadership is humble service. To get a crown you wash a foot. The principle of the "upside-downness" of the Kingdom is sprinkled th…
 
This week, Matt Larson taught through John 1:6-18. God sent John the Baptist into the world to testify of Jesus, the True Light of the world. Though people rejected Jesus, then and now, whoever receives Jesus is given the right to become the children of God. He gives us the ability to choose righteousness by the power of his Spirit and not what our…
 
Any weightlifter knows how much pain and suffering goes into building big muscles. The same principle applies to building spiritual muscles. It takes an enormous amount of dedication and sacrifice. Philosophers and theologians call it, "soul-building."That's the theme of this message and Pastor Jack explains how to become a soul builder.…
 
Why is it called "Good Friday" if it is the time we remember Jesus dying on the cross? In this service, which we revisit from last year, Pastor Jack answers that question and explains why we can be filled with joy, even during such a somber occasion. The service ends with a special time of communion that can be enjoyed with your family.…
 
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