4/23/11 “If I’m Dead To Sin, Why Is It Still Alive In Me?” – Pastor Shane Idleman

April 23rd, 2011 | Posted by admin in Video - (Comments Off on 4/23/11 “If I’m Dead To Sin, Why Is It Still Alive In Me?” – Pastor Shane Idleman)

4/23/2011 “If I’m Dead To Sin, Why Is It Still Alive In Me?” – Pastor Shane Idleman
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“If I’m Dead To Sin, Why Is It Still Alive In Me?” – Pastor Shane Idleman – 4/23/11

April 23rd, 2011 | Posted by admin in Audio - (Comments Off on “If I’m Dead To Sin, Why Is It Still Alive In Me?” – Pastor Shane Idleman – 4/23/11)

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“Born to Die”, Pastor Shane Idleman – 12/25/2010 (Christmas Message)

December 25th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Audio - (Comments Off on “Born to Die”, Pastor Shane Idleman – 12/25/2010 (Christmas Message))

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Christmas message from the 14th service of Westside Christian Fellowship, held on December 25th, 2010.
Pastor Shane Idleman

Born to Die – Pastor Shane Idleman – 12/25/2010
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Should We Stop Preaching From The Pulpit?

September 25th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Should We Stop Preaching From The Pulpit?)

A few years back, I listened in astonishment as postmodern leaders talked about replacing “preaching” with “having a conversation.” At first, I thought that maybe they were confusing individual conversations with preaching, but I was wrong. They felt that we should stop “preaching” from the pulpit, and start being more passive and less confrontational. Never mind the fact that Jesus said, “I must preach the kingdom of God, because for this purpose I have been sent” (Luke 4:43). But according to many postmoderns, it’s time to replace the pulpit with a couch, and preaching with conversing.

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