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The Best Instruction on How to Pray

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Posted by Ron Moore on

Francois Fenelon (August 6, 1651 – January 7, 1715) was a French Roman Catholic archbishop, theologian, poet and writer. His instruction on prayer is the best I have ever seen. Here’s what Fenelon says: Tell God all that is in your heart, as one unloads one’s heart, its ...

Can I Follow God and Still Get What I Want?

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Posted by Nate Edwards on

Everyone wants to be happy. I think we can all agree on this.  Knowing how to find happiness may not always be as obvious to us, but we all look for it. As Pastor of the Young Adult Ministry and College Ministry at The Bible Chapel, I've observed that many of us are looking for happiness in ...

One Month Out: A Post-Election Perspective

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Posted by Matt Todaro on

It's been a month since the election, and we all saw the drama unfold: our nation came together in voting for our next president, yet emerged divided after a result that was, by most accounts, surprising. Moments after President-elect Donald Trump was announced the winner, people took to the ...

3 Ways to Honor God This December

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Posted by Carlyn Freil on

Christmas! It’s almost here! As a child when Christmas was approaching, I remember jumping on my parents' bed with all my might, just thinking about how excited I was that Christmas was right around the bend. As a mom when Christmas is approaching, there are times when the looming date on ...

The Day I Made My Daughter Cry

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Posted by Ron Moore on

As we continue our Sermon Series on Exodus here at The Bible Chapel, this weekend we'll be looking at Commandments 4 and 5 - the commandments to keep the Sabbath holy and to honor your father and mother. As we consider God's commandment to honor our parents, we must also consider how to be ...

A Weekend Retreat. A Forever Change.

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Posted by Luke McClain on

This past weekend was The Bible Chapel's Junior High Fall Retreat. A retreat is by far one of the most epic events in student ministry pretty much anywhere you go. Students encounter God in ways they never have before. One of the main reasons for this is because they are away from the push and ...

What's Going On with Kids Today? This.

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Posted by Luke McClain on

"What's going on with kids today?" This is a question adults ask each other pretty regularly. Chances are you've heard it - or maybe you're the one who asked it - in your circle recently. It's a question that comes up when kids are being silly or clueless or entitled or downright horrible. It's ...