Resources by Dr. Ritch Boerckel

Mark #1: He Grows in Christ-likeness Through Trials

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Be Transformed!

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Grace that does not transform our lives on the outside and the inside is not the grace of God received through faith in Jesus. It is a weak and worldly “grace” that does not deliver us from sin and death. Give all your body and mind to the worship of God. Leave nothing for yourself, but trust God to give you infinitely more that you can imagine.

Knowing Christ Radio: The Conquering Reign of Grace, Part 3

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God’s grace is greater than all our sin. It is greater than the condemnation our sin merits, and it is greater than the enslavement our sin creates. Listen as Pastor Ritch continues our four-part message from Romans 5:20-6:2.

Session 80: The Flaws of the Reformation

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Session 78: The Solas of the Reformation

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Session 76: Christianity on the Eve of the Reformation

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Session 75: What is the Reformation?

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Knowing Christ Radio: The Conquering Reign of Grace, Part 2

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God’s grace is greater than all our sin. It is greater than the condemnation our sin merits, greater than the enslavement our sin creates, and it covers whatever spiritual debt our sin incurs in our lives. Pastor Ritch teaches the astonishing truth of that statement in this two-part message from Romans 5:20-6:2.

Sola Gratia (Grace Alone)

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This month marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and we are taking some time to focus on the doctrines of the Five Solas that emerged during this time. In this message, Pastor Ritch teaches about the importance of Sola Gratia (Grace Alone). God’s grace is God’s undeserved, unearned favor upon sinful man through the atoning death of Jesus.

Knowing Christ Radio: The Conquering Reign of Grace, Part 1

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God’s grace is greater than all our sin. It is greater than the condemnation our sin merits, greater than the enslavement our sin creates, and it covers whatever spiritual debt our sin incurs in our lives. Pastor Ritch teaches the astonishing truth of that statement in this two-part message from Romans 5:20-6:2.