Jesus Encounters the Samaritan Woman

John 4 John chapter four contains one of the most beautiful conversations in all of Scripture. The Lord offers salvation to an outcast woman as if He were handing her a drink of water. This woman stands in stark contrast to Nicodemus from John chapter three. He was a Jew; she was a Sa
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Jesus Encounters Nicodemus

John 3 Benjamin Franklin was a great statesman, a prolific inventor and an avid correspondent. He received letters from people all over the world. Possibly one of the most important letters he ever received was from the well-known British evangelist George Whitfield. Whitfield crossed
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Our Resurrection Bodies

1 Corinthians 15:35-49 As with any other idea or truth that impacts Bible believers, the next life should be addressed with biblical information rather than secular ideas or personal speculation.  Why rely on human speculation when we have divine revelation?  And that is exactly what
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What the Resurrection Promises

Acts 17:30-31 If you surveyed 100 people on the street about their greatest fear, and they were honest, 95 out of 100 would say “its death.”  Death is the great equalizer.  The statistics are overwhelming – 100% of people die.  We subconsciously avoid death daily.  We: Brake at stop s
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Nothing but the Truth

“Do you solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?” These words precede the testimony of every American witness. For the judge and jury to make the right decision, they don’t need commentary or conjecture, they need the truth. Truth
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Day People, Night People

Our world is a diverse mixture of ethnic groups, cultures, languages, religions, and political systems. Even though a wide variety of distinctions abound, in reality there are only two kinds of people in the world: Believers and unbelievers Redeemed (bought back from sin by God) and u
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Marks Of A Mighty Church – Part 1

“If you find the perfect church, don’t join it, or it won’t be perfect anymore.” Odds are good that you are familiar with this phrase. We all know that there is no perfect church, because each one is made up of imperfect sinners. Some, however, are closer to the New Testament ideal th
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Where in the Bible? The Gospel

Have you ever wondered if the Bible is really relevant today? As a Morrison church pastor, Bible questions are regularly posed to me. I enjoy receiving them, and it is always a blessing to provide answers to modern difficulties from the Bible. The Gospel is one of my favorite topics,
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Murder in the Vineyard – Sermon Recap – Les Heinze

This sermon was preached at Red Rocks Baptist Church (14711 W. Morrison Rd. Morrison, CO 80465) by Pastor Les Heinze. These notes are provided as a recap and for further study into the message from God’s Word. Please feel free to listen/download the entire audio sermon on mp3 here. MU
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Evangelism as a Lifestyle – Pastor Les Heinze

Evangelism as a Lifestyle Les Heinze, Lead Pastor of Red Rocks Baptist Church Most Christians understand that God intends for them to witness to the lost concerning salvation. However, the reality is that many Christians do not feel comfortable – or even credible – sharing the gospel.
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