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Pastor Jim Osman has written four books, Truth or Territory, Selling the Stairway to Heaven, The Prosperity of the Wicked, and most recently, God Doesn’t Whisper. Some of these titles are also available in Spanish and audiobook format and are available on Amazon.
Recently, Jim Osman sat down with Brandon Kimber of American Gospel TV and recorded several episodes on Spiritual Warfare: Truth or Territory and God Doesn’t Whisper. You can watch this series along with other great Christian content by becoming a subscriber to AGTV for as low as $5.99/mo.
The modern church has much to learn from the life and ministry of The Prince of Preachers – Charles Haddon Spurgeon. A lover of sinners, a warrior for the faith, and a servant of Christ, Spurgeon faithfully defended God’s truth in a time when “compromise” was fashionable.
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This October, we celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The date we assign to the beginning of that Reformation is October 31, 1517. Five centuries ago, an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther nailed a document, today known as “The...
Sunday, September 24, we started our series celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation. You can see from the series of sermon titles and texts below that we will be addressing some (not all) of the theological divisions...