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  • Staying Focused on the Gospel, not Arguments

    As Christians, we’re called to relate to each other with love. In this video Robert Pavlich, CEO of Adult & Teen Challenge Ohio Valley, opens up Colossians chapter 3 to point out why this is and how it should affect our actions.

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  • Brother’s United: The Church is One Body

    This week, we’re taking a look at Paul’s analogy of the church as a body, and what this means for the church. Today’s videos are part of our ongoing Brothers United series, and you can check out the entire playlist on our YouTube channel. The Body of Christ (1 Cor 12:12–14) Brothers United 5: What Makes Us One? (Ephesians 4:4–6)

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  • Handle Anger Carefully

    Whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment. – Matthew 5:22 – Being angry with someone is not necessarily wrong, provided our anger arises for righteous reasons and is handled in a righteous way. More often than not we are angry for selfish reasons. Being angry with a brother or sister “without a cause” is sinful and places us...

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  • Supporting a School in Sierra Leone

    The Be United in Christ Outreach Ministry provided funding for a new roof to this Christian elementary school in Sierra Leone. There are over 150 students at this school, and the new roof will allow them to expand the third floor and add more classrooms to accommodate students on their waiting list. In this photo, children celebrate their graduation from the school. “Let each generation tell its...

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  • The Unity of the Universe

    The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows His handiwork. – Psalm 19:1 – When God created the universe, He called it good (Genesis 1:4). What made it good was that He made everything with beautiful order that declared His glory. It showed His handiwork. From the orbits of planets in our solar system to the arrangement of atoms in our atmosphere, there...

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