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Conroe Bible Church

We are here to bring the presence of Jesus into the Lake Conroe area through expressions of love, grace and the verbal gospel. Visit www.conroebiblechurch.org for more information.

Dave Schneider teaches through the next several verses of Psalm 139 as King David poetically describes God's omnipresence. Some may find the idea of God being everywhere all the time as unnerving, but David takes comfort in the fact that the God who loves is the God who is near.

4/30/17

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We are thoroughly known by God, does this make your nervous or motivate you to worship? This is one of this questions pondered in this first part of our Psalm 139 study, "Known." Dave Schneider teaches through verses 1-6 and the focus is God's Omniscience.

4/23/17

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Dave completes our series, "Into The Wilderness," by walking us through the concept of the Lamb throughout scripture. God sent a lamb into Egypt to rescue His people from bondage to Pharaoh and He sent The Lamb into Jerusalem to rescue His People from bondage to sin.

Easter, April 16, 2017

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From our Good Friday service held on 4.14.17. You will first hear a drama performed by Matt Ward and his son, Greyson, called, "Frustration." The set was one of a couch on stage, being their living room. The drama directs our hearts toward the subject of lust and how it draws us away from relationship with God and others. Dave then teaches on this last of the seven deadly sins and how our lust is connected to Christ's death on the cross.

 

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Gluttony is the heart condition of seeking physical comfort over relationship with Jesus. Dave guides us in our understanding of this often ignored entangling sin in our culture and how we can move towards self-control.

4/9/17

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Dave pushes into the sin of greed this week as we continue down the list of seven deadly sins and life giving virtues.

4/2/17

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Guest Speaker Gavin Carrier teaches on the sin of Sloth thsi week while Dave and Matt are out of town.

3/26/17

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The great irony of anger is that when we experience a lack of control in our world we express a lack of control in ourselves. This past Sunday, Matt Ward taught through the story of Cain and Able as we focused on rooting out the sin of anger to pursue patience.

3/19/17

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As we continue our time in the wilderness reordering our loves, Matt Ward teaches from Matthew 20:1-16 on the sin of envy and how it kills our joy and causes us to accuse God of mismanagement of His sovereign grace. We need to pursue gratitude, which keeps our eyes on the Giver instead of the gifts!

3/12/17

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Dave Schneider begins the next phase of our journey to reorder our loves in the wilderness by introducing the seven deadly sins and their contrasting virtues that manifest in our hearts as we seek to follow after Jesus. The first of these is pride. Dave teaches us through James 4 and how we need to sow humility in our hearts.

3/5/17

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Our time in the wilderness helps us reorder our loves as we reign in distractions and confess sins that so easily entangle. Dave Schneider teaches through Hebrews 12:1-2 in this second sermon of, "Into The Wilderness."

2/26/17

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Dave Schneider introduces "Into The Wilderness" by walking through the history and meaning behind the season of Lent as we look to reorder our loves and priorities, not for the purpose of gaining God's favor, but to lean into Jesus, following Him closely to become more and more like Him.

2/19/17

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Matt Ward concluded our Cultivate series this past Sunday. God has a redemptive plan to bring people back into relationship by grace through faith in Jesus, and the Holy Spirit guides us into opportunities to share the gospel, the question is how will we respond? Matt teaches through two examples from scripture where we learn how we can respond well to the leading of the Holy Spirit.
2/12/17

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The Holy Spirit was sent to convict the world of sin, righteousness and judgment. We can share the gospel freely, knowing the Holy Spirit is the one who invades and transforms hearts. This week in our series, Cultivate, Dave dove into Jesus' teaching on the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelism out of John 16.
2/5/17

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Living out the Gospel causes a reaction. Matt teaches from John 4 this week as we see Jesus start a conversation with a Samaritan woman. Just like water revives a parched plant, this woman is made new by the gospel.

1/29/17

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This week as we continue to ask God to cultivate our hearts toward the Gospel we spent time in John 3, one of the best places to go if you want to meditate on the gospel message. Jesus spent an evening with Nicodemus guiding him to the light of the gospel, Jesus showed him that salvation doesn't occur because of the family you were born into, but that it is found when one is born again into the Kingdom of Heaven by grace through faith!
1/22/17

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Being good isn't good enough! This week Matt taught through a conversation between a man and Jesus recorded in Matthew 19. The man assumed he could get to heaven by being good enough, but Jesus guided Him to the discovery that everyone has fallen short of perfection and we all need Jesus' perfect sacrifice to pay our sin debt. We pray for Jesus to cultivate our hearts so we can see a world filled with people that need Jesus!

1/15/17

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Dave began our current six-week sermon series, "Cultivate," this past Sunday with a hard look at our view and understanding of our sin and eternal punishment. As we seek to develop a heart for evangelism, we must start with the underlying motivation, and that is the biblical teaching of a very real place called Hell and how the work of Jesus on the cross gives us opportunity for forgiveness and eternal relationship with God! When we see sin as God sees sin we can't help but have a heart for those around us who are still separated from God because of their sin.

1/8/17

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Jesus loved to quote the Old Testament writers, and often used what the people knew of the prophets to communicate how God wants to see them move onto His plan of redemption. Dave taught out of Luke chapter 4 in this third part of this series, "Jesus' Reflection. 12/18/16

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Dave teaches from Mark 7 this week but Jesus quotes from Isaiah. Jesus quotes the prophet to illustrate the hypocritical nature of the Jewish leaders. We too can often take a helpful thing and elevate it above God's word. 12/11/16

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