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Lesson 39: Sheep Gone Astray (Matthew 18:10-22)Lars Anderson11/03/2014
6. Why We Should Confess Our Sins (1 Corinthians 5:1-13)Jeffrey E. Miller10/07/2014
15. God Conquers Drifting (Judges 20:12-21:25)Jeffrey E. Miller04/09/2014
Dealing With Sinning Christians: An Overview of Church Discipline (Matthew 18:15-17; 1 Corinthians 5:1-13)Steven Cole09/20/2013
Lesson 77: Relational Sins and How to Deal With Them (Luke 17:1-4)Steven Cole06/14/2013
Lesson 23: When Jesus Stomps On Your Toes (Luke 6:6-11)Steven Cole06/07/2013
Lesson 18: Church Leadership: Keeping It Godly (1 Timothy 5:19-25)Steven Cole04/12/2013
Lesson 15: The Ministry Of Correction (1 Timothy 5:1-2)Steven Cole04/12/2013
7. God’s Gym (Philippians 2:12-18)Keith Krell06/01/2010
1. Howdy, Partner! (Philippians 1:1-11)Keith Krell05/27/2010
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Question & Answers:

Can you please provide scripture and doctrine that explain whether our pastor can still be a pastor and church leader if he is being sued with regards to an affair he had over 10 years ago?
I gave money to a church for a building project that never happened. I asked for my money back and they told me it was gone. What can I do?
What is the church's responsibility when discipline is begun and the "offender" leaves their church? Is there no more responsibility to continue?
Do the OT Covenants form the foundation on which church discipline was established?
What should be involved in church discipline for a church leader?
Why should we practice church discipline?
How can we discern false teachers?
What should a church do when people think a pastor needs to resign
Should the party being dealt with be present at the meetings when church discipline is being carried out?