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Every fire begins to burn out.  It starts slowly as the light dims and flames die down.  Often times that's how our Christian life can feel, like maybe we're not as "on fire" as we used to be.  Thankfully, Pastor Michael Hughes begins the book of Galatians by showing us how the apostle Paul stoked the flames of faith within the church at Galatia by simply reminding them of the power of the Gospel.

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November 18th, 2018 was Orphan Sunday here at Calvary Chapel Emmett. To recognize the plight of orphans Pastor Michael Hughes spoke with Special guests Dara Sund and Kristina Rambow. He also delves into Psalm 68:8 to discuss the importance of family in God's plan for our lives.

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Who is the smartest person you know? Isn't it interesting how much we look up to wise people? We're eager to hear their perspective on things, often times adopting their views as our own.  In 2 Chronicles 9, Pastor Michael Hughes shows us how King Solomon's wisdom impressed and influenced the whole world.

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Many of us have a loved one or a friend who is LDS.  There can often be some confusion or even some tension when trying to discuss Jesus or the Bible with them. In this powerful presentation given By Eric Johnson & Bill McKeever of Mormonism Research Ministries, we'll begin to get a clear look at some of the key principles of Mormonism and how those beliefs differ from what is taught in the Bible.  Then, in the second half of this podcast, we'll gain some valuable tips and insight in the most effective way to share the truth of God's word in a loving and respectful way. Finally, keep listening until the end of this episode for a wonderful session of Q&A.

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Sometimes when Christians go through adversity we can tend to take the stress out on others, even the ones we love. It can be easy to feel offended by others.  Suddenly we, as believers, are divided and the church body suffers. In 1 Peter 2:1-5, Pastor Jeremiah Campos explores the symptoms of division and examines how we can find unity once again. 

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Politicians of every kind are famous for making great promises. Sometimes they keep them and sometimes they don't. In 2 Chronicles 7-8 Pastor Michael Hughes shows us how Solomon didn't make promises to the people, rather his focus was on pleasing God.

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What does it mean to bear one another's burdens?  How much should we share with others and how open should we be? Take a listen to Special Guest Matt Tucker as he explains the principal of Bearing burdens as shown in Galatians 6:1-5. 

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Have you ever wondered if God truly hears your prayers? In 2 Chronicles 6-7 Pastor Michael Hughes shows us how Solomon dedicated the Temple to god through prayer and sacrifice and reveals to us how God responds to Solomon's prayers. 

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Every now and then it's good to take a look at the Seven Letters to the Seven Churches found in the book of Revelation.Take a listen as Pastor Michael Hughes leads through Revelation 3:1-6 as we look at the church of Sardis and how Jesus' encouragement to them might apply to us.

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Sometimes we can allow ourselves to get carried away with things. Its so important to stop and examine our motives, goals, and methods.  So too in our Christian life it's important to examine our faith and our walk with Jesus. As Pastor Michael Hughes explains in 2 Corinthians 13, self examination should be a normal part of our lives in Christ.

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