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Not many people enjoy going to see a doctor.  It's not because they don't care for doctors as people, but often we don't want to hear what the doctor is going to say.  Sometimes it's bad news about something that we can't control, and sometimes it's correction about the things that we can control.  In Revelation 3:14-22 Pastor Michael Hughes shares about the prognosis that Jesus made to the Church in Laodicea.

Our culture loves to point out the negative things that leaders do.  No president or politician is immune to scrutiny and judgement in the age of internet and social media.  Yet, as Pastor Michael Hughes explains in 2 Chronicles 28, there is often much that we can learn from bad leaders.

Following the will of God can be difficult when people purposely try to mislead you.  They might have very persuasive arguments and maybe they even use big fancy words that make them sound smart.  In Galatians 6:11-18 Pastor Michael Hughes shows us how the Apostle Paul cleared up all of the confusion by bringing focus back to the cross of Jesus Christ. 

Have you ever overstepped your bounds? Maybe you started to take on somebody else's responsibilities without them asking.  Sometimes that can be a good thing, other times it can lead to a serious rift in relationships. In 2 Chronicles 26-27 Pastor Michael Hughes gives us a clear Biblical illustration of this problem.

The Christian life is full of Joy and fulfillment. However, at times there are difficulties and struggles, sometimes we find ourselves down and out.  As Pastor Michael Hughes shares in Galatians 6:1-10, it's important to help each other up every now and then.

Have you ever found yourself running with the wrong crowd? Feeling like maybe you've done or are doing something that you normally wouldn't but maybe the peer pressure was too much to withstand?  In 2 Chronicles 24 & 25 Pastor Michael Hughes shows us examples of people who were too easily swayed by the bad influence of others. 

Every Christian has dealt with the struggle between right and wrong.  It can be difficult to do the right thing when the wrong thing is so tempting.  As Pastor Michael Hughes explains in Galatians 5:16-26, whether or not we go in the right or wrong direction often depends on who we're following. 

There is no such thing as a the perfect family. And while every family may go through their struggles, families that experience severe issues may often be called dysfunctional. Dysfunctional families can be all too common.  In 2 Chronicles 21-23 pastor Michael Hughes shows us how God can continue to use and even redeem the dysfunction within a family.

The book of Nehemiah is the historical account of the rebuilding of the walls around the city of Jerusalem.  From that account we can gather many biblical principals having to do with taking on large building projects. Take a listen as Pastor Michael Hughes shares some of these principles with our own church family as we follow the Lord into a new building project of our own.

Have you ever felt like you're just not good enough to be a Christian or go to church?  Often times we find ourselves struggling with the weight of our sins. In Galatians 5:1-15, Pastor Michael Hughes shows us how Paul encouraged early Christians to embrace the freedom of forgiveness in Christ.

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