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No Falling Word Schedule

11/05/17 - "What's in a Name? "
                    Acts 11:19–30 
11/12/17 - "Prison Break - Part 1"
                    Acts 12:1–25
11/19/17 - "Prison Break - Part 2"
                    Acts 12:1–25 
11/26/17 - "The Mission of God"
                    Acts 13:1–12


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Liam Goligher is a native of Scotland and earned his D. Min at the Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson MS. He was a minister of churches in Northern Ireland; Canada; two churches in Scotland; and in Richmond, London before becoming Senior Minister of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia PA in 2011. He has authored several books and contributed to many others. He and his wife Christine have been blessed with three daughters, two sons and ten grandchildren. Dr. Goligher has served on the boards of many Christian ministries and was for many years a Trustee of the Keswick Convention Trust in the UK.


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Posted: October 01, 2016

In our fast-paced lives, fueled by personal ambition and strategic planning, we can quickly forget that God is the ultimate authority over our future. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll be reminded to trust in God’s providence, even when we don’t have all the answers and can’t see the big picture.

Posted: September 24, 2016

Ruth gave up the familiarity of her home in Moab to journey toward Bethlehem - a place defined by God’s provision. On No Falling Word, we’ll learn that generations later in Ruth’s family line, a Savior would come to the same town and pay the ultimate price to make that provision possible.

Posted: September 17, 2016

When a person’s heart is truly changed by God, the evidence of that change is obvious in their practical, everyday decision making. Join us this week on No Falling Word, where we’ll find Ruth, sealing her commitment to her mother-in-law and affirming her trust in Israel’s God with poetic words of faith.
 

Posted: September 10, 2016

On No Falling Word, we’ll continue our study through Ruth, where we’ll find three women crying - each for very different reasons. Join us as we discover a key theme of the book: that despite our best attempts to be self-sufficient, only God can do the kind of ultimate rescuing we all truly need.

Posted: September 03, 2016

In the midst of Elimelech’s sin and Naomi’s grief, we find in the opening pages of Ruth’s story, a covenant-keeping God, who is true to his word. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll learn how our obedience - or lack thereof - has real, tangible results.

Posted: August 27, 2016

The book of Ruth is not your typical love story. Beyond the romance lies a powerful, spiritual theme of redemption and a direct link to God’s ultimate plan. On No Falling Word, we’ll learn how a common, pagan woman found herself in the genealogy of the Savior of the world.

Posted: August 20, 2016

When it comes to God’s rule in our lives, we must accept the fact that there’s just nothing democratic about it. He reigns supreme and he justly demands uncontested allegiance. Join us this week for No Falling Word as we wrap up our series on the church - the broken, but beautiful body of Christ.

Posted: August 13, 2016

The Israelites of the Old Testament were an ethnic group, but God’s intention was always to make his people a diverse, global body. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll find out that the modern day church is a chosen people, but it’s members are connected only by their share in the inheritance of Christ.

Posted: August 06, 2016

If the word “spiritually” simply means “symbolically,” then the truth is that Christians are in big trouble. Today on No Falling Word, we’ll be challenged to consider the fact that Jesus really, truly rose from the dead. In fact, his resurrection must be the greatest and most central reality of our lives.

Posted: July 30, 2016

Perhaps you’ve heard it said that “the church is the people, not the place.” Today on No Falling Word, Liam Goligher will explain that while that statement is true, it is not true for the reason that many of us might assume. Listen in as we study the nature of our faith and the necessity of the church.