Resources by Dr. Ritch Boerckel

In Times of Strong Attack: Worship Through Plea This Sunday

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In Grave Sin: Worship Through Confession

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Worship sees God as the All-Sufficient Creator, the Loving Savior, and the Holy King that He is and then looks in faith for Him to be God to us. We worship God when we confess our sins to Him and ask for Him to forgive and cleanse us.

Knowing Christ Radio: Overcoming Evil With Good, Part 2

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Devotion to God leads us to overcome evil with good. Satan’s strongest temptations to destroy our soul strike us when we are hurt. Pain caused by others is always a time of intense spiritual warfare against sin in our own hearts.

Knowing Christ Radio: Overcoming Evil With Good, Part 1

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Devotion to God leads us to overcome evil with good. Satan’s strongest temptations to destroy our soul strike us when we are hurt. Pain caused by others is always a time of intense spiritual warfare against sin in our own hearts.

Knowing Christ Radio: Loving One Another in God’s Family, Part 2

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Devotion to God leads us to love one another in God’s family. A life devoted to God is a life devoted to building genuine love in the community of our local church.

Knowing Christ Radio: Loving One Another in God’s Family, Part 1

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Devotion to God leads us to love one another in God’s family. A life devoted to God is a life devoted to building genuine love in the community of our local church.

Real Hope

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Real church experiences hope in the face of death. Because of Jesus, the grave cannot hold us.

Knowing Christ Radio: Using Our Spiritual Gifts, Part 2

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Devotion to God leads us to use our spiritual gifts. Christianity is not a lone wolf religion. We are bound together in God’s family to serve Him uniquely as we join our gifts together to worship our great God.

Real Change

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No one believes in Jesus and continues to live the same old life. Any faith in Christ that does not change our practical life is a false faith.

Knowing Christ Radio: Using Our Spiritual Gifts, Part 1

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Devotion to God leads us to use our spiritual gifts. Christianity is not a lone wolf religion. We are bound together in God’s family to serve Him uniquely as we join our gifts together to worship our great God.