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A Word About Words

01/30/11

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wise Up!

Category: Proverbs

Summary: Solomon says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” This message examines the wise King’s teaching on the power of the tongue and the contrast between the fool and the wise when it comes to our words.

A Word About Work

01/23/11

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wise Up!

Category: Proverbs

Summary: Work. The very word conjures up feelings – some pleasant, some not so pleasant. In the book of Proverbs, Solomon speaks of work in the context of the life of the sluggard and that of the diligent. After considering the work habits and results of each, we examine work in a broader context: does work matter to God? The Puritan attitudes of work challenge us with our view of work.

A Word About Wealth

01/16/11

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wise Up!

Category: Proverbs

Summary: Money is a fact of life, always has been. No surprise, then, that the Scriptures have much to say about money, wealth and finances. Continuing in the series, Wise Up!, this message looks at the teaching on this topic from the book of Proverbs. Solomon never defines “wealth,” that is, “how much.” The issue seems to be “attitude,” not “amount.” Come explore how to be wiser this New Year in the stewardship of the resources God has placed into your hands.

A Word About the Wise

01/09/11

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wise Up!

Category: Proverbs

Summary: A wise person - how do you identify him or her? In the book of Proverbs we see a number of distinguishing marks of a wise person. Here's a good measuring stick for some self-evaluation.

Wisdom for the New Year

01/02/11

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: Wise Up!

Category: Proverbs

Summary: A New Year - 2011. How about this for a New Year's resolution: to be a wiser person in how I live my life? That really is possible! Discover from the book of wisdom - Proverbs - where this wisdom comes from and how to acquire such wisdom for the new year.