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Message 3 - How To Deal With A Controversial Passage (Sermon Series - 1 TIMOTHY: Doing Church God's Way)
Message 3 - How To Deal With A Controversial Passage (Sermon Series - 1 TIMOTHY: Doing Church God's Way)

Message 3 - How To Deal With A Controversial Passage (Sermon Series - 1 TIMOTHY: Doing Church God's Way)

July 22-23, 2006 | Dr Larry Osborne
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Message Message 3: How To Deal With A Controversial Passage
Sermon Series 1 TIMOTHY: Doing Church God's Way
Scripture 1 Timothy 1:18-2:15
Date July 22-23, 2006
Teaching Pastor Dr Larry Osborne
 

I Timothy is a letter written by Apostle Paul to a young pastor named Timothy at the church of Ephesus. Paul was concerned about the church of Ephesus and gives Timothy advice and instructions on how to lead a church and how the believers should behave in God's church. As we explore I Timothy, we will find that this advice still applies to the church today.This is another "mark-it-up" series designed to help you to treat your Bible as a life textbook. Read it, mark-it-up and cross-reference your Bible so that it becomes your manual for life.

In this message, we will explore the steps we can take when we come upon controversial passages in the Bible.

Note: You can find sermon notes and supplemental study questions tothis sermon series by visiting our sermon archives.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Larry Osborne has served as senior pastor of North Coast Church since 1980. Along with serving as the primary teaching pastor at North Coast, he speaks around the country to other church leaders and pastors on subjects as diverse as building a contagious congregation, developing a healthy and effective leadership team and sermon-based small group ministries. Pastor Larry has also been a popular and frequent contributor to Leadership, a quarterly professional journal for pastors.