Feb 4, 2024
More Tools Than a Hammer (I Thessalonians 5:14)
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    Feb 4, 2024
    More Tools Than a Hammer (I Thessalonians 5:14)
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    Addicted to the Ministry (1 Corinthians 16:15)
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    Compromising Christianity (1 Samuel 13:9)
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    Faint Not (2 Corinthians 4:16-18)
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    Jan 10, 2024
    The Kings Book (Deuteronomy 17:18-20)
    God, in His wisdom and mercy, gave instructions in the law for the future kings of Israel. Included in those instructions were details about the role that God’s word was to play in the life of the kings. The Bible is not just a book for kings, it is the Book of the King of King’s for everyone.
    By making application of these truths to our lives, reading the Bible for ourselves and following its teaching, we too will enjoy the blessing of The King’s Book.
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    The Doctrine Of The Virgin Birth (Genesis 3:15)
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    Zachariah’s Song (Luke 1:67-79)
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    Dec 3, 2023
    Stand Against the Enemy
    Missionary Mike Martin
    Field Administrator with BWM
    Family: Mike and Hannah were married on February 6, 1999. We have four children: Stephen, Joshua, Caroline, and Julia.
    Testimony: I was saved at the age of 4. I recognized my need of a Savior and trusted in Christ at that early age. I was baptized at the age of 9. As a teenager, I had the privilege of being with my family as missionaries in central Brazil. When I was a freshman in college, I felt that the Lord would have me to go into full-time vocation ministry. I surrendered to go to the mission field at that time. At the end of my graduate school training, I met my wife Hannah. We were married on February 6, 1999. We served in our local church in Greenville, SC for a number of years, gaining ministry experience. We applied and were accepted as BWM missionaries to Brazil in 2002.
    Field of Service: We served in Brazil from May 2006 until May 2016. We thank the Lord for the time of service that we had in Brazil. During that time in Porto Alegre we were able to help nationalize a local church, direct and teach in a Bible Seminary, help start another local church, as well as evangelize the lost and disciple new believers. The Lord has directed our steps to now serve as field administrator for Latin America and South America. We are grateful for the opportunity to be servants to our missionaries, their churches, and our Lord in this capacity.
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    For Ezra had prepared his heart (Ezra 7:10)
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    Exhort One Another (II Timothy 2:24-26)
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    Nov 12, 2023
    Love One Another (John 13:31-35)
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    Nov 5, 2023
    How God Speaks: The Sufficiency of Scripture (II Timothy 3:16-17)
    “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” At the beginning of creation, God spoke, and God has continued speaking ever since. The Bible is a record of God’s communications to mankind and mankind’s responses to God’s speaking. God speaks, even if man does not always listen.
    How God speaks to man today is a subject that is worth our consideration. How we live daily will be determined by our beliefs regarding how God speaks. Some believe that God still gives special revelation to individuals, just as He did to the prophets of old. Some believe God speaks to them personally, revealing plans and giving specific directions. Others believe that God is done speaking, and we must do our best with what we already know. Which view is correct?
    The truth is found in a proper understanding of what God has already said. God has spoken, and His words for us were inspired and have been preserved for us today. It is true that God is still speaking today, but He is speaking to us through the pages of scripture. God does not use dreams and prophetic revelations as He did in the past because His written word has been completed, and it contains all the information that we need. Scripture is sufficient. We do not need further revelation from God. We need to immerse ourselves in the Word God has given so that we might walk in the light that it casts on our path.
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