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Death

Pastor Robert shows us how we can have a balanced, scriptural view of death—from recognizing grief, sadness, and anger to celebrating God’s plan for eternal life for believers. 

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Judgment

Pastor Robert explains how our beliefs and behaviors on earth determine where and how we spend eternity. The good news is those who believe in Jesus have nothing to fear!   

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Repentance

Pastor Robert shares the good news and hope we have through Christ by explaining how repentance starts when we change our mind and allow God to work in our hearts.

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Condemnation

Pastor Robert shares the good news and hope we have through Christ by reminding us that there is no more condemnation and no separation for those who are in Christ Jesus. 

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The Principles of First Mention

Have you ever stopped to consider the significance of firsts? The first time you rode a bike. Your first date. Your first kiss. Your first job. Your first house. Your baby’s first word. Each signals a beginning, the potential of what is to come. The same is true in Scripture. Every time God mentions something for the first time in His Word, whether it be love, a relationship, a covenant, even death, it’s for a purpose. He is establishing a precedent, a significant 

pattern. Through this insightful series from Pastor Robert, you’ll discover what 

the principle of first mention really means as you uncover new and profound 

revelations from God’s Word. 

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Perfect or Perfected

So many of us obsess over everything in life being perfect. And when something isn’t perfect, feelings of stress, worry, doubt, and failure start creeping in. But what if perfection isn’t something that’s up to us? What if the things we are working so hard to fix on our own are things we need to give to God? 

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Eternity: Your Choice

In this three-part series, Eternity: Your Choice, Pastor Robert shares how God gave each one of us a free will, but our choices have everlasting consequencesHe explains that the choices you make today not only determine whereyou spend eternity but also howyou spend eternity