1. 2015 North Carolina Boot Camp Video

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    This is the official video for the 2015 North Carolina Teen Boot Camp.

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    • 2015 North Carolina Boot Camp - Testimony Service

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      A group of 25 teens from our church just returned from Boot Camp in North Carolina. Our Sunday evening service was dedicated to hearing testimonies of how God worked in the lives of these teens.

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      • Pastor Mettle Testimony

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        Pastor Benjamin Mettle is the missionary pastor of our Fellowship church in Libreville, Gabon. Pastor Mettle was saved in Freetown, Sierra Leone shortly after Pastor Alvin Smith opened the church in 1989. Pastor Mettle just preached in our Tucson Conference in June of 2015, and came to Athens GA to preach our Sunday services the following Sunday.

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        • 1 Peter 019c - The Triune God: Regeneration

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          The Triune God: Regeneration. 1 Peter 1:3. June 25, 2015 Have you been born again? If this question seems a bit weird to you, you’re in good company. Listen to this lesson to learn about an important religious leader who was puzzled when Jesus told him he had to be born again. Find out the meaning of regeneration and how there is a sin barrier between every person and God. Learn that we sin because we are sinners. See that being born again means we have a living hope and we don’t need to be overly concerned about what happens in our country because we can focus on our eternal future. www.deanbibleministriers.org

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          • The Roots by the Waters

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            1959 The Roots by the Waters. Some of the most profound keys for our life are hidden in the secrets of the tree, one particular tree in one particular place.

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            • Am I Growing Up?

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              Jeff Barnes looks at the process of spiritual maturity and challenges us to ask, "Am I growing up in Christ?" This sermon, given at Church Requel on June 21, 2015, is based upon 1 John 2:12-17.

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              • Carty’s Contemporary Classics: Take A Look At The Snake, part 2

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                You can’t cancel sin. You may have done a whole bunch of good stuff, but if you’ve done one bad thing, that good stuff doesn’t cancel it out. And here’s the kicker – There will be NO SIN IN HEAVEN. Heaven is perfect, holy and pure. God is perfect, holy and pure. He will not dwell in the presence of sin. So, any person who has any sin in their life – which is each and every one of us since we have all sinned and come short of the glory of God – is disqualified for heaven. Because none of us can cancel out old sin. God doesn’t grade on a curve; and you can’t get into heaven because you have sinned at least once in your life. This is why God provided a way – one singular way. It’s not politically correct to say this, but it is the truth. God provided one, and only one, way to spend eternity with Him. So, to understand this, let’s look at John 3:1. There was a man of the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews. As a Pharisee, he was a corrupt, hypocritical, office-seeking legalist. As a ruler of the Jews, he was a member of the Sanhedrin – think of them as the Senators or Judges of the day. He had a couple of high-powered hats that he could wear, and he wore them both proudly. Until he met Jesus. John 3:2 tells us a little about this first encounter: This man came to Jesus by night and said to Him, “Rabbi, we know that You are a teacher come from God; for no one can do these signs that You do unless God is with him.” Now wait… why did Nicodemus come see Jesus at night? Was it because Jesus’ calendar was full and He didn’t have any appointments available during the day? The odds are that Nicodemus came to Jesus at night so that no one saw him. Then, Nicodemus speaks honorably to Jesus, acknowledging that He had a following and called Him “Rabbi”. But, Nicodemus’ next word is interesting. He said, “we know that you are a teacher…” Why did he use the word “we”? He was all alone when he came to Jesus that night. He is basically saying that there were some, at least more than a couple, Pharisees that secretly recognized that Jesus came from God. Other Pharisees, as we see in Matthew 12:24, believed that Jesus was not from God, but actually working with the devil! But when the Pharisees heard about the miracle, they said, “No wonder he can cast out demons. He gets his power from Satan, the prince of demons.” So, not all the Pharisees were on the same page and thought along the same lines as Nicodemus. “Jesus answered and said to him, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” Nicodemus said to Him, “How can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter a second time into his mothers’ womb and be born?” Jesus answered, “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be born again.’” (John 3:3-7) Now, some people believe that the first “born of water” means that Christians must be baptized. But that’s not what Jesus is saying here. If He were talking about baptism, it would be a requirement for salvation. We see this point coming up in the first fight within the Christian church. The Jewish Christians in Jerusalem believed that if Gentiles wanted to follow Christ, they would first have to become Jewish and be circumcised. These people, like Nicodemus, had come to Christ, but they had brought their legalism along with them. So Christians argued about circumcision and the need to become a Jew before becoming a Christ-follower. But Paul put an end to the debate. He said, “Jesus did a completed work on the cross. You can’t add to that.” Now there are some things that you ought to do as a follower of Jesus: you ought to pray; you ought to read your Bible; you ought to be baptized; you ought to take communion. These are all things that Christians ought to do, but they are not things that will save you. Only Jesus can save you. So don’t add anything – not even those things that you ought to do – to the completed work of Christ on the cross. So, getting back to Jesus’ discussion with Nicodemus, “born of water” can’t be baptism, because Jesus says being “born of water” is a requirement to be born again. But if you check the parallel nature of being “born of water”, “born of the flesh”, and “born of the Spirit”… we’re talking about birth! When Jesus says “unless one is born of water”… He meant physical birth, when your mother’s water broke and you were physically born. For more encouraging and engaging videos and podcasts, visit the E-Squared Media Network at www.e2medianetwork.com.

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                • The Mammon Key

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                  1958 The Mammon Key. The most down to earth and worldly of things contains the most spiritual of revelations for your life on this planet…The Mammon Key.

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                  • Z49 - "This Foolish Plan...WORKS!"

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                    (06/14/15) "This Foolish Plan...WORKS!" In a world of people trying to find a way to God, we have a God Who paid the ultimate price to reach US! Making it even more mind-boggling, there's nothing we can do, performance-wise to get us any closer to Him...He's already done it for us! Strangely—even though He's already made provision for us—many will still suffer eternal separation from Him for simply not appropriating the provision He has made. Sounds foolish, huh? That's what the apostle Paul said! ONLY by believing...fully placing our faith in the promise that God has already paid for our redemption can we experience new life. As foolish as it may sound, when we humbly bow before this unseen God, by faith and surrender our efforts and allow Him to commandeer our very life, He will begin a work in us that He is committed to complete! Your life will be miraculously transformed into an image of His own Son, and you can experience the same freedom from sin and shame that Sally & I are experiencing! Foolish? It may sound that way to some...but to those of us being saved, daily... it is a clear demonstration of the power of God to take back and restore to life his precious creation - US...His beloved children! Join us in 1 Corinthians chapter one and Romans chapter 5 as we discover and uncover the miracle of New Life through Christ Jesus our Lord. We Love You in Christ, Sally Fudge Wright​ & Terry Wright​

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                    • The Joy of the Reapers

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                      1957 The Joy of The Reapers. The greatest, most joyful, exciting and alive of walks is waiting for every believer if they take part in this one thing.

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