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Fairview Church of Christ

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The church of Christ at Fairview Park is a group of Christians committed to following just the Bible in all that we say and do. Our goal is to be a local church like those found in the pages of the New Testament. Our collective worship and work reflect this focus. Our weekly uploads are Bible lessons presented by Fairview Evangelists. We invite you to study the Bible with us. Like those found in the pages of the New Testament, the Fairview Park church is completely independent of all other churches. The elders have authority over this congregation (Heb 13:7, 17; 1 Pet 5:1-4) and they answer only to Jesus – not any other church or body. We would love for you to join us for worship. If you have any questions about what we do or concerns about whether we are following the New Testament, we sincerely encourage you to contact us.

The church of Christ at Fairview Park is a group of Christians committed to following just the Bible in all that we say and do. Our goal is to be a local church like those found in the pages of the New Testament. Our collective worship and work reflect this focus. Our weekly uploads are Bible lessons presented by Fairview Evangelists. We invite you to study the Bible with us. Like those found in the pages of the New Testament, the Fairview Park church is completely independent of all other churches. The elders have authority over this congregation (Heb 13:7, 17; 1 Pet 5:1-4) and they answer only to Jesus – not any other church or body. We would love for you to join us for worship. If you have any questions about what we do or concerns about whether we are following the New Testament, we sincerely encourage you to contact us.

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The church of Christ at Fairview Park is a group of Christians committed to following just the Bible in all that we say and do. Our goal is to be a local church like those found in the pages of the New Testament. Our collective worship and work reflect this focus. Our weekly uploads are Bible lessons presented by Fairview Evangelists. We invite you to study the Bible with us. Like those found in the pages of the New Testament, the Fairview Park church is completely independent of all other churches. The elders have authority over this congregation (Heb 13:7, 17; 1 Pet 5:1-4) and they answer only to Jesus – not any other church or body. We would love for you to join us for worship. If you have any questions about what we do or concerns about whether we are following the New Testament, we sincerely encourage you to contact us.

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English


Episodes

The Beauty of Brotherly Unity

1/23/2022
Psalm 133. God is a God of beauty. The Psalmist writes that it is good and pleasant for Christians to dwell together in unity! Everything God made is beautiful. This study by Fairview Evangelist Jacob Holman helps us see the beauty of brotherly unity.

Duration:00:38:36

Care for One Another

1/16/2022
James 2:14-17. As we experience yet another COVID surge, we must remember Scripture's instruction to "care for one another." This study by Fairview Evangelist Jacob Holman explains why and how we care for one another during this time and reminds us of the reward that awaits us for doing so.

Duration:00:38:03

Jacob: Learning To Let Go

1/16/2022
Genesis 31:6-7. Jacob was a man who tried to wrestle everything he wanted out of life by his own strength. His life is a story of God teaching him through trials and blessings that Jacob could not rely on himself. In this study, Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer tells the story of Jacob to encourage us to “let go” and be people of genuine faith.

Duration:00:30:30

Beware, But Grow

1/9/2022
2 Peter 3:17-18. In his closing remarks, Peter warns the new Christians about false teachers and urges them to continue growing in their knowledge of Jesus. This study by Fairview Evangelist Jacob Holman examines the two things we must do in the new year and commit to “Beware, but grow.”

Duration:00:38:52

In the Beginning: Two Creation Accounts

1/9/2022
Genesis 1-2. There is a second account of creation recorded in the second chapter of Genesis. Why are there two slightly different creation stories in the Bible? This study by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines investigates why there are two versions of the creation story and what each one tells us.

Duration:00:33:38

Welcome to the Bible

1/2/2022
This study by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer is an open love letter to the word of God. The study discusses several reasons why the Bible is amazing. It also encourages all Christians to prioritize Bible reading in 2022.

Duration:00:24:28

Two Ideals for God’s Church

1/2/2022
Acts 2. God intended for His church to be a family. This chapter describes the day the church was established and the new Christians became a new family. This study by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines some of the specific ways God wants the church to be a family and encourages Christians to spend time together.

Duration:00:26:59

Sin of Partiality

12/26/2021
James 2:1-9. James is addressing a problem with the church regarding rich and poor members. In this passage, James warns Christians of being partial. This lesson by Evangelist Tim Copeland examines how we are all the same in Christ.

Duration:00:31:33

If You Had 3 Wishes

12/26/2021
Jude 1-2. Jude wishes mercy, peace, and love for all Christians. What do we wish for others? This lesson by Evangelist Sonny Sharp examines the meaning of mercy, peace, and love.

Duration:00:29:06

Ephesians 6 - Building the Household of God: Household Code

12/19/2021
Ephesians 5:22-6:9. This passage outlines how family members should interact with each other. We learn love from seeing love. We learn patience from seeing patience. Likewise, young children learn about God through their parents. This lesson by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines how our relationships reflect the character of Jesus and give us direction in the roles we play.

Duration:00:31:40

More Than Another Piece of Pie: The Dangers of Gluttony

12/19/2021
Philippians 3:19. In this verse, the Apostle Paul warns of the dangers of worldly things. We live in a society of indulgence. What is the harm of excess? This study by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines the signs and symptoms of gluttony to help us see the dangers more clearly and to have more care with the way we indulge.

Duration:00:22:46

Letting My Soul Sing: How Long?

12/12/2021
Psalm 13, 89, 35. When we are weary and hopeless we cry to God, “How long will injustice prevail?” We must remember that God is always in control. This lesson by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines two important truths to remember from the psalms when we are weary and wonder, “How long?”

Duration:00:29:10

Growing Your Gifts

12/12/2021
Romans 12:6-8. Goals are typically made as the new year approaches. The Romans passage talks about some of the different gifts from God we have that can be used to build up the church. This study by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines some of the gifts we all have and reflects on our goals for personal spiritual growth for 2022.

Duration:00:26:16

Building the Household of God

12/5/2021
Ephesians 5:1-21, Ephesians 6:10-20. We must be filled with light so we can combat the darkness of the world. In this lesson Evangelist Brent Dyer studies the theme of light in Ephesians 5 and 6. We must be filled with the Spirit and His light daily so that we can stand against the onslaught of the evil one and the powers of darkness.

Duration:00:35:52

Why Was Jesus Rejected?

12/5/2021
Isaiah 52:13-53:12. We regularly focus on the verses in Isaiah 53 about Jesus taking our sins away, but in the New Testament, the references are primarily about Jesus being rejected. This study by Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer looks at Christ’s rejection as recorded in Isaiah 53 and the gospels to examine why the world rejected Him so we don’t make the same mistake.

Duration:00:30:32

What Other God Is There?

11/28/2021
Deut. 4. Just as God delivered the Israelites from slavery, God delivers his people today. God also warned Israel to not turn away from Him. In this study, Evangelist Elijah Pierce from Conway, Arkansas looks at God’s unique relationship with His people.

Duration:00:45:34

A Common Vice: Why We Lie and How to Stop

11/21/2021
Genesis 12:10-20. Abraham told Pharaoh his wife was his sister. The Bible is filled with stories of men who struggled with telling the truth. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Aaron, Saul, David, and Peter are just a few of the men of the Bible who struggled with lying. In this study, Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer looks at the patriarchs to determine why we lie today and offers some practical advice on how to be people defined by truth, like our Savior.

Duration:00:28:27

Dedication: A Study of Hanukkah

11/21/2021
As the world prepares to celebrate a time where God's will was done and God's army won, let us reflect on the meaning of this holiday for us as God's people. In this lesson, Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer studies the origins of Hanukkah to encourage us to fight with courage for what belongs to God and to dedicate and purify our own temples for Him.

Duration:00:31:02

Letting My Soul Sing: I Need You

11/14/2021
Psalm 143. Youth need their parents for safety, protection, and guidance. The Psalms remind us how much we need and depend on God. In this study, Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines several Psalms that focus on yearning for God to remind us of how much we need God.

Duration:00:25:34

Two Questions About Acts 8:37

11/14/2021
Why is Acts 8:37 not in some Bibles? What does it mean for confession if that text is not authentic? In this lesson, Fairview Evangelist Brent Dyer examines why some Bible translations have missing verses. Also, a discussion of the ramifications for the theology drawn from these verses.

Duration:00:29:50