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Foundation Principles of the Christian Faith

Foundation Principles of the Christian Faith

Oct 2008 - Dec 2008

How can the church come to maturity when the basic doctrines that were taught by the apostles are not understood by so many Christians today, and need to be taught again as written in Hebrews 5:12? This nine part teaching explores the six basic foundation doctrines taught by the early church fathers. These foundation teaching are taken from Hebrews 6:1-2.

Do not be misled by the title of this nine part series. This series is for every believer both new and mature believers, and covers the following:

  • Repentance from dead works
  • Faith toward God
  • Doctrine of baptisms (water and Holy Spirit)
  • Laying on of hands
  • Resurrection of the dead
  • Eternal judgement
Sermons in this series
Sun, Dec 07, 2008
Passage: Hebrews 6:1-2 & Hebrews 5:10-14
Duration: 1 hr 46 mins 34 secs
Hebrews 5:10-14 and 6:1-2 The writer of Hebrews admonishes the believers because they had not grown in their faith, nor had they become fruitful in teaching/discipling others. There comes a time in every Christian’s life when God expects us to be able to share the fundamental principles of our faith with others. We all reach this stage at different times but God expects us all to arrive and begin to produce fruit. Only once we have mastered these basic principles can we begin to mature in the things of God. Ironically, most Christians do not fully comprehend these basic principles of the Christian faith.
Sun, Nov 30, 2008
Passage: Hebrews 6:1-2 & Hebrews 5:10-14
Duration: 1 hr 6 mins 26 secs
Hebrews 5:10-14 and 6:1-2 The writer of Hebrews admonishes the believers because they had not grown in their faith, nor had they become fruitful in teaching/discipling others. There comes a time in every Christian’s life when God expects us to be able to share the fundamental principles of our faith with others. We all reach this stage at different times but God expects us all to arrive and begin to produce fruit. Only once we have mastered these basic principles can we begin to mature in the things of God. Ironically, most Christians do not fully comprehend these basic principles of the Christian faith.
Sun, Nov 23, 2008
Passage: Hebrews 6:1-2 & Hebrews 5:10-14
Duration: 59 mins 3 secs
Hebrews 5:10-14 and 6:1-2 The writer of Hebrews admonishes the believers because they had not grown in their faith, nor had they become fruitful in teaching/discipling others. There comes a time in every Christian’s life when God expects us to be able to share the fundamental principles of our faith with others. We all reach this stage at different times but God expects us all to arrive and begin to produce fruit. Only once we have mastered these basic principles can we begin to mature in the things of God. Ironically, most Christians do not fully comprehend these basic principles of the Christian faith.
Sun, Nov 16, 2008
Passage: Hebrews 6:1-2 & Hebrews 5:10-14
Duration: 1 hr 4 mins 5 secs
Hebrews 5:10-14 and 6:1-2 The writer of Hebrews admonishes the believers because they had not grown in their faith, nor had they become fruitful in teaching/discipling others. There comes a time in every Christian’s life when God expects us to be able to share the fundamental principles of our faith with others. We all reach this stage at different times but God expects us all to arrive and begin to produce fruit. Only once we have mastered these basic principles can we begin to mature in the things of God. Ironically, most Christians do not fully comprehend these basic principles of the Christian faith.
Sun, Nov 16, 2008
Passage: Hebrews 6:1-2 & Hebrews 5:10-14
Duration: 1 hr 2 mins 4 secs
Hebrews 5:10-14 and 6:1-2 The writer of Hebrews admonishes the believers because they had not grown in their faith, nor had they become fruitful in teaching/discipling others. There comes a time in every Christian’s life when God expects us to be able to share the fundamental principles of our faith with others. We all reach this stage at different times but God expects us all to arrive and begin to produce fruit. Only once we have mastered these basic principles can we begin to mature in the things of God. Ironically, most Christians do not fully comprehend these basic principles of the Christian faith.