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Listen in as Pastor Rich Chapman teaches verse by verse from the Word of God.

Listen in as Pastor Rich Chapman teaches verse by verse from the Word of God.
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North Kingstown, RI


Listen in as Pastor Rich Chapman teaches verse by verse from the Word of God.




266 Devils Foot Rd., North Kingstown, RI 02852 401-884-1212


Sound Doctrine: The Grace of God (Titus 2:11)

God did not descend to earth because humanity was doing so well, but because we were dead in sin and in need of a savior. We cannot take any credit for our own salvation. Even the grace by which we believe is from God and it has appeared to all men.

Duration: 00:32:43

With Thanksgiving (Philippians 4:6-7)

We are commanded not to worry. When we worry, we are intruding into God's arena; it is His business to take care of everything according to His will. When we trust Him to handle our cares, we will be thankful in knowing that He will.

Duration: 00:41:01

In the Most Horrible of Circumstances... (Titus 2:9,10)

God calls us to live by faith during difficult times so that we can shine with His light in the darkness. By doing so, we are like jewels that make God's Word even more attractive. Even those in prison can have freedom in their hearts when they know God.

Duration: 00:33:30

A Heart for God (Psalm 28:7)

The Bible tells us that the Lord IS our strength, not that He adds to our strength. Understanding this requires faith, which requires understanding the character of God, which requires trusting Him in our hearts--and worship strengths the heart.

Duration: 00:41:03

Receive Correction (Hebrews 12:5-11)

God loves us too much to leave us as we are. Our ability to receive His correction with the proper attitude will determine our level of success. Like a rumble strip on the highway, God uses chastening to correct us when we steer off course.

Duration: 00:54:22

Live It AND Teach It! (Titus 2:7-8)

First, we need to live the Word of God by being a good example, but then we are called to teach it to others. This is a serious call and we must not misrepresent the truths of the Bible. Jesus gives us the best example of both living it AND teaching it.

Duration: 00:38:14

Sound Doctrine: Teach the Younger Men (Titus 2:6)

Because we have a sinful nature, self-control is necessary to bridle the beast within. The Holy Spirit has been given as a gift to do this, since we can only control ourselves in the power He supplies. It is His strength in the heart of who we are.

Duration: 00:42:08

Sound Doctrine: Teach Older Women, Part II (Titus 2:5-5)

Older women are to train the younger to love their husbands and to be self-controlled and pure. This purity begins by filling our minds with what is right. Women should be guardians of the home, setting a tone of peace and godliness.

Duration: 00:40:36

Sound Doctrine: Teach Older Women (Titus 2:3-4a)

Older women are called to purity and to be teachers of the younger women. They are not to speak badly about others since slander is from the devil. They are not to be slaves to alcohol and should be examples by the way they live.

Duration: 00:32:37

Sound Doctrine: Teach Older Men (Titus 2:1-2)

Are we teachable? This can be a problem, especially for older men, but there are special lessons for older saints, including exercising sound judgment, being serious without being gloomy, showing self-control, being faithful, and not being self-centered.

Duration: 00:42:09

In It For The Money (Titus 1:10-16)

False teachers are everywhere and they cause division within the church and within families. Many of them are deceived and many are just in it for the money. False teachers are interested in gaining disciples for themselves rather than for Jesus.

Duration: 00:46:23

Proverbs -- God's Wisdom for Our Lives

The book of Proverbs brings us wisdom, understanding, and protection. Some of its themes include fearing the Lord, showing humility, having self-control, being honest, diligent, and generous. Each provides unique blessings if we first trust in the Lord!

Duration: 00:35:31

Leadership matters! Character matters! (Titus 1:5-9)

One of the leadership qualities required by God is to be blameless (not sinless since no one would qualify). Yet, even those who lived sinful lives can be leaders when they leave those things behind, keep short accounts with God, and stick with His Word.

Duration: 00:43:19

How Long? (Psalm 13)

When in a trial, we want to know how long it will last. God's Word reminds us, when we are in despair, of His faithfulness. We must change our focus from ourselves to the Lord and trust in Him, rejoicing, and singing because of what He has done.

Duration: 00:37:47

Unfinished Business (Titus 1:5)

Dealing with things we have left unfinished can be painful, but it is important that we complete the work God has given us (Col 4:17). We need to first count the cost (Lk 14:28) but we can be nourished and satisfied in laboring for Him (John 4:34).

Duration: 00:43:00

Hope (Romans)

Biblical hope is always based on what God can do, not on what we can do. God works with those that come to Him in faith even against all earthly hope. We should rejoice in the hope of the glory of God and remember that He gave us His word to give us hope.

Duration: 00:30:04

Things We All Need (Titus 1:4)

Greet people with grace, mercy, and peace... words that are important. We need to grow in grace and be more gracious to others, we need to remember that God's mercy makes us alive in Christ, and we must be at peace with God to receive the peace of God.

Duration: 00:43:19

Titus -- Who Was He? (Titus 1:1-2a)

First and foremost, Titus was a servant of God. As fellow servants, we should be working to grow in our faith and to trust God more. When we abide in His word, we will have the truth, which sets us free. (Special music by Kathleen Carnali)

Duration: 00:52:05

The Power of Forgiving (Ephesians 4, Colossians 3)

When we recognize that we need forgiveness, it becomes possible to forgive others, but when we do not forgive others, our own forgiveness from God is blocked. We are told to forgive like God forgave us: repeatedly and even when it costs us dearly.

Duration: 00:44:50

Who Is a God Like You? (Micah 7:17-20)

Our God is a God who provides for His people like a shepherd, yet can also bring nations to their knees. He is a God so holy, that sin cannot be in His presence, and yet He is the God who casts sin away and who delights in showing mercy!

Duration: 00:40:48

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