Tag Archives: Rome

Jesus Changes Prejudices – Acts 10

Prejudice is everywhere in the world—in every nation, state, city, and neighborhood. Prejudice (discrimination) even exists within families between parent and child, brother and sister, family and relatives. Feelings toward and against people are a tragic reality. There are at … Continue reading

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Overcoming Barriers & Offering Forgiveness – Philemon Overview

Barriers divide people into the “ins and outs,” the “haves and have nots,” and an endless assortment of groups, cliques, and castes. Determined by race, skin color, nationality, money, background, education, status, religion, sex, or ability, individuals are judged, categorized, … Continue reading

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Stand with Honor – 1 Peter 2:11-22

How do we live with honor when there’s so much dishonor and disrespect?  What do you do when you don’t like or agree with your government or your boss?  In today’s passage Peter shares ways we can stand with honor. … Continue reading

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Stand Firm – Introduction to 1 & 2 Peter

As we begin our series called Stand Firm from  1 & 2 Peter let’s get a little background.   We’ll start with an infamous date in the history of Christianity, July 19, 64 A.D. That was the day that “Rome burned … Continue reading

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