Biblical Fasting

The calm waters of the Jordan River flow south toward the Dead Sea in the land of Galilee, Israel.

Full Audio of Sermon: Biblical Fasting

Published February 16, 2019
Moses fasted, David fasted, Nehemiah fasted, Daniel fasted, Jesus fasted, as have many other men and women of faith. Jesus said his disciples would fast. But what does it mean to fast from the standpoint of the Bible? Why should one fast? How? How often? Learn the answers to these and other questions as Rod Reynolds discusses Biblical fasting.

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The Way of Peace

Published November 26, 2018
The Bible makes it plain that there is a way of life that is referred to as the way of peace. Yet, few know the way of peace. Certainly the world, with its chaos, confusion, strife and conflict, is not at peace. In this message are revealed ten steps in the way of peace that you can apply in your life.

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What Kind of King Would You Be?

The Fall Festival season pictures the Kingdom of God being established on earth. That means a new government will be established to rule all the nations of the earth! (Revelation 11:15; Daniel 7:14).

Why is a new government necessary? Because government in the hands of man has failed miserably. The record of history is one of war, oppression, poverty, disease, all too often famine, and every other evil imaginable, often caused by government, or at other times not prevented by man’s governments. Historically, government has often been man’s greatest enemy. Yet, effective and genuinely beneficent government is essential to the well being of man. A new and much better government is needed to replace current governments with their failures, inadequacies and evils. Continue reading