Marathon Fellowship Class

Marathon Fellowship Class

Please join us. We are an active fellowship group taught by Wayne Stiles, Stanley Toussaint, and others with many activities, such as: Sound Bible teaching, Prayer ministry, Men’s and Women’s Bible studies, Missions support, Koinonia dinner groups, Women’s sweetheart breakfast, Men’s breakfast at the Mecca, Single women’s “Women of Worth.”

Episodes

November 13, 2022 44 min

Wayne Stiles teaches from Leviticus 2 what to do with the rest of your life. The grain offering illustrates that the Lord expects believers to offer themselves and the best they have as an expression of dedication and gratitude. The good news? The Lord is pleased when we do this.

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Wayne Stiles teaches from Leviticus 1 how you can know God has accepted you. The burnt offering offers us a surprising bit of good news: God is pleased to accept anyone—at any time—who comes to Him through His prescribed Sacrifice.

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Imanuel Christian teaches about the woman caught in adultery and Jesus’ judgment of forgiveness.

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October 23, 2022 42 min

David Souther teaches on how God uses dark seasons in our lives, and how we should respond to these seasons.

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October 16, 2022 52 min

Vladimir Pikman teaches on the eschatological significance of Sukkot and the Jewish view on the afterlife as related to the Bible.

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October 9, 2022 58 min

Wayne Stiles walks through some questions asked about the Bible and the Christian life, with answers from Scripture.

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October 2, 2022 47 min

Scripture says a lot about how to live, but what does it say about how to die? As with everything, Jesus is our example. We will learn by examining Jesus’s seven sayings from the cross of Calvary of how we should prepare for our own death.

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September 26, 2022 53 min

Imanuel Christian continues to explore the 23rd Psalm, this Sunday speaking about He (the Lord) Restores My Soul; the Lord our Shepherd continuously continues to restore our body, spirit and soul as we continue to walk with Him and continue to grow in our relationship with Him.

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September 18, 2022 55 min

In today’s culture of fear, it is important for the believer to recover a healthy understanding of the fear of the Lord. Recognizing that the fear of God is not a call to be afraid of God but rather an obedient response to the overwhelming gracious hand of God’s blessing. This lesson will explore both Old and New Testament passages centering on Christ’s anticipated fear of the Lord from Isaiah 11:1-3.

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September 11, 2022 59 min

Wayne Stiles walks through some questions asked about the Bible and the Christian life, with answers from Scripture.

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Wayne Stiles teaches from Isaiah 6 how to get the dirt off your hands—and cleanse your heart from a guilty conscience. Ultimately, our goal cannot be to feel better about ourselves, for this never satisfies. God gives us a bigger vision and purpose.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from 2 Kings 22 and the life of King Josiah that we can break our generational curse by remembering that our model for living is not our parents' example—but God's Word. Like Josiah did, we should tear down anything that competes with our worship of God and build up what assists it.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from the life of King Manasseh in 2 Kings 21 and 2 Chronicles 33 that what we refuse to learn through instruction, God may teach us through struggle. God stands ready to forgive even the worst sinner. He will never give up on us.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from the life of King Hezekiah in 2 Chronicles 32 to face your fear with faith and prayer to the God who is in control. God’s truth bring peace when the hard facts bring fear.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from King Joash’s life in 2 Chronicles 24 what happens when people are bigger than God. (Bad stuff.) We need to cultivate personal character and conviction, which can only occur by a personal walk with God.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from 1 Kings 21 on the life of King Ahab and discovering God’s secret of getting what you want. Greed blinds us to God’s blessings with the false need for more and makes us willing to compromise God's Word in order to get what we want. But greed will lessen its grip when gratitude fills our hearts.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from the life of King Jehoshaphat in 2 Chronicles 20 what to do when fear creeps in. We should seek help from God according to the Scriptures and praise God for the victory He promises—even before we see victory.
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Wayne Stiles teaches on the life of King Asa from 2 Chronicles 14–16 to discover what God is looking for in our lives. God may take what we most trust in so that we trust Him alone. In fact, God desires our trust so that He may do marvelous things in our lives.
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We will be talking about Bob Campanella's jail ministry at Tarrant County Jail and how inmates, as well as ourselves, can live a “victorious life” through the power of the Holy Spirit.
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Wayne Stiles teaches from 1 Kings 12:25-33 what happens when we crown convenience. The world will tell you that obedience to God will threaten your security and that your spiritual life should be easy. Don’t believe it! The truth offers a better long-term solution.
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