Here is another lesson in our “Biography of Christ” series. This audio message is called “FINAL ARGUMENTS: The Tuesday of Passion Week.” Get in a comfortable chair, close your eyes and learn about this eventful day in the life of Christ.
PASTOR RON: Hi everyone. This sermon is for the people of Anaheim Baptist Church and for anyone else that would like to watch it. Due to the Corona Virus, we can’t meet publically so this is our virtual service. We have been doing a series on the Life of Christ
This teaching is part of a series called the Biography of Jesus Christ. We are now down to the final week of Christ’s earthly life — passion week. This message focuses on Monday. A fig tree is cursed. A Temple is cleansed. And people are shown that judgment will fall
3/18/2020 Dear ABF Family, Last Sunday we spent time as a congregation praying specifically about the Coronavirus COVID-19 crisis.* I was blessed by the sentiment of many that we continue our services during this period. I appreciate the desire to not “forsake the assembling of ourselves together” and the fact
The Corona Virus Pandemic has caused anxiety for many. The potential health or economic difficulties do raise alarms. But God has you covered! Starting Sunday, March 22, Max Lucado will be offering a free online Bible study based on his book Anxious for Nothing. His prayer is that this study
Due to those watching the Superbowl, we won’t be having a Sunday Evening Service BUT we will still have a sermon! Here is a sermon you can watch during halftime (or before or after the game). It talks about how we can be victorious in the BIG game.
In our Sunday morning series on the Life of Christ, we recently looked at Christ’s temptation in the wilderness and what it teaches us about how we can deal with temptation. Below is a video filled with helpful Scriptures. We hope it is helpful.
Under the videos tab, you can find a video on the subject of baptism. Below it is a place where you can download a longer paper. Hopefully, you will find it helpful.
On Sunday mornings we are currently studying the life of Jesus Christ. Our source material is the four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. In our videos section, you will find 2 videos that explain the nature of the gospels and the uniqueness of each.
This past Sunday the sermon explained the doctrine of the Trinity. For those who wanted the notes to this message, here is a paper by Dr Ron Sheveland: