The resurection is the cornerstone of Christianity …
if there is no resurrection, there is no Christianity … there is no hope!
This is why the resurrection is the dominant theme of the New Testament. It is essential you understand the validity… the importance … of the resurrection.
In Defeated, Pastor Tim Armstrong teaches two important ideas from the scripture … Our responsibility to Christ and our relationship with Christ.
In this series, Tim teaches on the resurrection from the point of view of some of those that witnessed it, including Mary and several of the women who were with her when they found the empty tomb. Simply call or write us and we’ll send you a free copy of Defeated on a flash drive or CD. Listening to this message will not only answer your questions about the resurrection, but will help you when you encounter questions from others. By having your own copy, you can listen again and again, or pass this on to your friends and family. Help them to begin to understand what the resurrection of Christ really means.
Five Characteristics of the Unrighteous: In Habakkuk, God shows two paths: the
path of the Righteous (Judah) and the path of the Unrighteous (Babylonians). We’ve
designed a bookmark outlining the five characteristics of the Babylonians that God shares with Habakkuk in the “taunt song” (Hab 2:6-20). Use this resource as a reminder of how we, as Christ followers, ought NOT to behave. Call or write us to request this
complimentary bookmark, our gift of thanks to you for listening.
The Message of Habakkuk: With your gift of $20 or more, we’ll show our thanks by
sending you a copy of Tim’s book based on our series titled, The Message of Habakkuk: When Your Circumstances Challenge the Promises of God. This book
contains all the principles you’ll be hearing here on the program. You can read the book
in its entirety and then re-read it chapter by chapter as you follow along with the radio
program. You’ll be amazed at how this book will help you to deal with your own
circumstances by understanding the biblical principles we’re learning from Habakkuk.
Four Foundational Principles: To understand the message God has for Habakkuk, you need to understand four foundational principles found in the text. These principles will help prepare you not only for how God answered Habakkuk, but also for how God will answer you when you ask, “Why God?” We’ve put together a resource that you can use to learn these principles with the reference from Habakkuk and other scripture that will help you study and learn. Call or write us to request this complimentary postcard. Use the card to memorize and then study each of the scriptures and principles, then use them as a foundation to stand on. It’s our gift to you as a thank you for listening.
Sanctification Postcard: The process of becoming more like Christ is called Sanctification. Pastor Armstrong has spoken many times on the concept of sanctification and we've created a
resource to help you better understand that concept...The Three Characteristics of
Sanctification postcard. This card gives us scripture and specific points to begin to understand the concepts of renouncing our old self and putting on the renewed actions of one who follows after Christ Jesus. Place the card someplace where you can see if regularly. Memorize the main points. Memorize the scripture. Take time to read the scripture in context and develop an even better understanding of what it means to become more like Jesus Christ. Call or write us for your copy today.
Illustrated Plan of Salvation: God really does love you and he has a wonderful plan for your life! This complimentary resource will explain that to you. Or use this as a way to give hope to someone you know. Show them God’s plan of salvation for them. It’s important to know God’s plan for our lives and to share how to develop that
personal relationship with Him. This tool will help you share His plan of salvation with a friend or someone you might meet. By using this illustrated resource, you can
explain step by step using one bible verse ... Romans 6:23.
Put Off/Put On ... Embracing God’s Work of Sanctification in Your Life: Sanctification is
defined as the process of becoming holy or becoming more like Christ. And this starts with us beginning to break old habits. However, the changing of old habits by itself will not take place until we replace the old habits with new ones. Ephesians 4 tells us, "... As the truth is in Jesus, put off your old self, which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through deceitful desires, and be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and put on the new self, created after the
likeness of God in true righteousness and holiness." In other words, put off the old sinful way of life, renew our minds with Biblical truth and put on the new godly way of life.
Tim teaches us that we are worshipers of God because we’ve been given the Spirit of God. God intends for us to
pursue the putting off of the old man and for lasting change, the putting on of the new man. This book will help
explain that process ... the process of renewing our minds, of understanding the truths of God’s word, in the holy spirit of God. A copy of this book is yours with a gift of any amount to The Worthy Walk. If you’re ready to make that
commitment to renew your mind, and to put on a new self, we would love to talk with you and pray with you as you begin this life changing decision.