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3. What to Do When Others Have Wronged You (2 Cor. 1:23-2:11)Mark Stevenson11/20/2013
Lesson 4: Personal Spiritual GrowthJames Davis10/21/2013
Separation Versus Cooperation: Some Thoughts on the Limits of Cooperation with Other Christians & with the WorldSteven Cole10/03/2013
Lesson 7: Solving Conflicts (Ephesians 4:17-32)Steven Cole09/13/2013
Lesson 6: God’s Rx For Healthy Communication (1 Peter 3:8-12)Steven Cole09/13/2013
Lesson 13: Have You Heard--About Gossip? (2 Samuel 13-15)Steven Cole09/10/2013
Lesson 74: The Key To Reconciliation (Genesis 45:1-15)Steven Cole09/03/2013
Lesson 65: Conformity With Corruption (Genesis 38:1-30)Steven Cole09/02/2013
Lesson 29: Restoring A Fallen Brother (Genesis 14:1-24)Steven Cole08/27/2013
Lesson 12: Reconciled Families (Malachi 4:4-6)Steven Cole08/21/2013
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Question & Answers:

Does associating with an unbeliever (in a dating context) fit the model of Matthew 18:14-16 or 1 Cor 5:11 for discipline/excommunication?
Some members of my former church have asked me to speak to a group intent on splitting from that church. Should I try to help reconcile the church?
What should a church do if a brother has been offended by music in the services?
Should we be concerned about the ‘ecumenicalism’ in Promise Keepers?
What is the purpose for church membership?
What should the requirements for church membership be?
With whom is a Christian free to break bread?
What should we look for in choosing a church home?