- Speaker: Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. en Copyright 2017 Sun, 24 Sep 2017 06:23:23 GMT Sun, 24 Sep 2017 06:23:23 GMT MediaRush by Elexio no "Where's The Beef" (Part 1 of 8) - "Where's The Beef" (Part 1) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5177.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5177.mp4 no "Where's The Beef" (Part 1 of 8) - "Where's The Beef" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5176.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5176.mp4 no "Where's The Beef" (Part 1 of 8) - "Where's The Beef" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5158.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5158.mp3 no "Where's The Beef" (Part 1 of 8) - "Where's The Beef" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5187.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5187.pdf no "Nobody Knows" (Part 2 of 8) - "Nobody Knows" (Part 2) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5173.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 29 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5173.mp4 no "Nobody Knows" (Part 2 of 8) - "Nobody Knows" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5172.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 29 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5172.mp4 no "Nobody Knows" (Part 2 of 8) - "Nobody Knows" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5159.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 29 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5159.mp3 no "Nobody Knows" (Part 2 of 8) - "Nobody Knows" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5184.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 29 Apr 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5184.pdf no "The Enemy Within" (Part 3 of 8) - "The Enemy Within" (Part 3 Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5164.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 06 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5164.mp3 no "The Enemy Within" (Part 3 of 8) - "The Enemy Within" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5186.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 06 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5186.pdf no "One Bad Apple" (Part 4 of 8) - "One Bad Apple" (Part 4) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5175.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5175.mp4 no "One Bad Apple" (Part 4 of 8) - "One Bad Apple" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5174.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5174.mp4 no "One Bad Apple" (Part 4 of 8) - "One Bad Apple" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5165.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5165.mp3 no "One Bad Apple" (Part 4 of 8) - "One Bad Apple" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5185.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 May 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5185.pdf no "It's Alive! Not!" (Part 5 of 8) - "It's Alive! Not!" (Part 5) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5169.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 02 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5169.mp4 no "It's Alive! Not!" (Part 5 of 8) - "It's Alive! Not!" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5168.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 02 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5168.mp4 no "It's Alive! Not!" (Part 5 of 8) - "It's Alive! Not!" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5161.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 02 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5161.mp3 no "It's Alive! Not!" (Part 5 of 8) - "It's Alive! Not!" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5182.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 02 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5182.pdf no "An Open Door" (Part 6 of 8) - "An Open Door" (Part 6) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5167.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5167.mp4 no "An Open Door" (Part 6 of 8) - "An Open Door" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5166.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5166.mp4 no "An Open Door" (Part 6 of 8) - "An Open Door" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5162.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5162.mp3 no "An Open Door" (Part 6 of 8) - "An Open Door" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5180.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5180.pdf no "Liar, Liar" (Part 7 of 8) - "Liar, Liar" (Part 7) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5171.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 24 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5171.mp4 no "Liar, Liar" (Part 7 of 8) - "Liar, Liar" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5170.mp4 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 24 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5170.mp4 no "Liar, Liar" (Part 7 of 8) - "Liar, Liar" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5163.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 24 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5163.mp3 no "Liar, Liar" (Part 7 of 8) - "Liar, Liar" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5183.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 24 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5183.pdf no "In Box, Out Box" (Part 8 of 8) - "In Box, Out Box" (Part 8 Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5160.mp3 How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 01 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5160.mp3 no "In Box, Out Box" (Part 8 of 8) - "In Box, Out Box" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5181.pdf How often do you check your email box? Which ones do you read and which ones do you delete without reading them? Most of the time you can just look at the title and tell if it is spam or one of those “Pass this on to 10 friends if you love Jesus” types. I hit the delete key a lot. But when I see an email from a friend, an important email, or a real email - I open it right away. For the next 11 weekends, minus a few holidays, we are going to look at some real mail. Some important mail. We are going to look at the letters that Jesus wrote to the Seven Churches of Revelation. The only problem is that the Book of Revelation to most of us is a bit of a riddle. It is full of demons, lions, and dragons. It is a world where seals are broken and trumpets are blown. However, I think God is still using it to say something to us today. We all love to get mail. These are letters to His church in the past, present, and the future. Don’t leave these letters unopened and unread. You’ve got mail. Do not hit the delete button. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 01 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5181.pdf no "The Best WIne" (Part 1 of 6) - "The Best WIne" (Part 1) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5148.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 08 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5148.mp4 no "The Best WIne" (Part 1 of 6) - "The Best WIne" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5147.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 08 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5147.mp4 no "The Best WIne" (Part 1 of 6) - "The Best WIne" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5137.mp3 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 08 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5137.mp3 no "The Best WIne" (Part 1 of 6) - "The Best WIne" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5156.pdf He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 08 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5156.pdf no "I Can See Clearly Now" (Part 2 of 6) - "I Can See Clearly Now" (Part 2) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5142.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 15 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5142.mp4 no "I Can See Clearly Now" (Part 2 of 6) - "I Can See Clearly Now" (Apple Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5141.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 15 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5141.mp4 no "I Can See Clearly Now" (Part 2 of 6) - "I Can See Clearly Now" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5138.mp3 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 15 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5138.mp3 no "I Can See Clearly Now" (Part 2 of 6) - "I Can See Clearly Now" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5153.pdf He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 15 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5153.pdf no "Lazarus" (Part 3 of 6) - "Lazarus" (Part 3) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5144.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5144.mp4 no "Lazarus" (Part 3 of 6) - "Lazarus" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5143.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5143.mp4 no "Lazarus" (Part 3 of 6) - "Lazarus" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5139.mp3 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5139.mp3 no "Lazarus" (Part 3 of 6) - "Lazarus" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5154.pdf He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 22 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5154.pdf no "Get In The Basement" (Part 4 of 6) - "Get in the Basement" (Part 4 Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5140.mp3 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 29 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5140.mp3 no "Get In The Basement" (Part 4 of 6) - "Get in the Basement" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5152.pdf He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 29 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5152.pdf no "The Waiting Game" (Part 5 of 6) - "The Waiting Game" (Part 5) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5150.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5150.mp4 no "The Waiting Game" (Part 5 of 6) - "The Waiting Game" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5149.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5149.mp4 no "The Waiting Game" (Part 5 of 6) - "The Waiting Game" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5135.mp3 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5135.mp3 no "The Waiting Game" (Part 5 of 6) - "The Waiting Game" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5157.pdf He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5157.pdf no "Possessed" (Part 6 of 6) - "Possessed" (Part 6) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5146.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 12 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5146.mp4 no "Possessed" (Part 6 of 6) - "Possessed" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5145.mp4 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 12 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5145.mp4 no "Possessed" (Part 6 of 6) - "Possessed" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5136.mp3 He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 12 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5136.mp3 no "Possessed" (Part 6 of 6) - "Possessed" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5155.pdf He fed thousands, walked on water, calmed a storm, healed a blind man, and raised people from the dead. But most of us can’t figure out why He doesn’t answer our prayers. Why did He heal his wife and not mine? Why did their child change and mine is still wondering away? How can I be sure that Jesus will help me when I call out to Him in prayer? How can I believe that God can make the impossible possible? I have read about all of these extraordinary events, these miracles. I want to see one in my life. Come join us starting the weekend of July 7th and learn how six miracles still affect us today. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 12 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5155.pdf no "Jacob-He Lived to Limp About It" (Part 1 of 4) - "Jacob-He Lived to Limp About It" (Part 1 Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5047.mp3 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 19 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5047.mp3 no "Jacob-He Lived to Limp About It" (Part 1 of 4) - "Jacob-He Lived to Limp About It" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5059.pdf “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 19 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5059.pdf no "Elijah, The Emobo" (Part 2 of 4) - "Elijah, The Emobo" (Part 2) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5055.mp4 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5055.mp4 no "Elijah, The Emobo" (Part 2 of 4) - "Elijah, The Emobo" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5054.mp4 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5054.mp4 no "Elijah, The Emobo" (Part 2 of 4) - "Elijah, The Emobo" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5048.mp3 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5048.mp3 no "Elijah, The Emobo" (Part 2 of 4) - "Elijah, The Emobo" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5056.pdf “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 Aug 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5056.pdf no "David, Bad Advisors" (Part 3 of 4) - "David, Bad Advisors" (Part 3 Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5049.mp3 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5049.mp3 no "David, Bad Advisors" (Part 3 of 4) - "David, Bad Advisors" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5053.pdf “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5053.pdf no "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Part 4 of 4) - "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Part 4) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5061.mp4 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5061.mp4 no "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Part 4 of 4) - "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5060.mp4 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5060.mp4 no "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Part 4 of 4) - "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5050.mp3 “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5050.mp3 no "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (Part 4 of 4) - "Lot- My Makeup, My Makeup" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5062.pdf “Jacob, Elijah, David, and Lot all have great stories that we can learn much from. Their lives teach us lessons about building trust, emotional exhaustion, disappointment, bad advice, and the right priorities. I have never fought with prophets or angels. I have never watched fire fall on my chosen home town. But I can learn from the men who did. Learn how to have a richer and deeper life. Learn how to maybe not miss those God given opportunities. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5062.pdf no "Oh, To See God" (Part 1 of 28) - "Oh, To See God" (Part 1 of 28) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5116.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5116.mp4 no "Oh, To See God" (Part 1 of 28) - "Oh, To See God" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5115.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5115.mp4 no "Oh, To See God" (Part 1 of 28) - "Oh, To See God" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5106.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5106.mp3 no "Oh, To See God" (Part 1 of 28) - "Oh, To See God" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5121.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5121.pdf no "That Lovin' Feelin' (Part 2 of 28) - "That Lovin' Feelin' (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5107.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5107.mp3 no "That Lovin' Feelin' (Part 2 of 28) - "That Lovin' Feelin' (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5117.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5117.pdf no "It Ain't Easy" (Part 3 of 28) - "It Ain't Easy" (Part 3 of 28) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5113.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5113.mp4 no "It Ain't Easy" (Part 3 of 28) - "It Ain't Easy" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5112.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5112.mp4 no "It Ain't Easy" (Part 3 of 28) - "It Ain't Easy" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5108.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5108.mp3 no "It Ain't Easy" (Part 3 of 28) - "It Ain't Easy" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5114.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Sep 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5114.pdf no "In It But Of It" (Part 4 of 28) - "In It But Of It" (Part 4 of 28) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5110.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5110.mp4 no "In It But Of It" (Part 4 of 28) - "In It But Of It" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5109.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5109.mp4 no "In It But Of It" (Part 4 of 28) - "In It But Of It" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5103.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5103.mp3 no "In It But Of It" (Part 4 of 28) - "In It But Of It" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5111.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5111.pdf no "Tolerence" (Part 5 of 28) - "Tolerence" (Part 5 of 28) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5398.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 13 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5398.mp4 no "Tolerence" (Part 5 of 28) - "Tolerence" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5397.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 13 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5397.mp4 no "Tolerence" (Part 5 of 28) - "Tolerence" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5104.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 13 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5104.mp3 no "Tolerence" (Part 5 of 28) - "Tolerence" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5122.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sat, 13 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5122.pdf no "Does Character Matter" (Part 6 of 28) - "Does Character Matter" (Part 6 of 28) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5395.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5395.mp4 no "Does Character Matter" (Part 6 of 28) - "Does Character Matter" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5394.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5394.mp4 no "Does Character Matter" (Part 6 of 28) - "Does Character Matter" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5105.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5105.mp3 no "Does Character Matter" (Part 6 of 28) - "Does Character Matter" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5120.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5120.pdf no "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" - "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5087.mp4 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5087.mp4 no "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" - "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5086.mp4 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5086.mp4 no "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" - "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5085.mp3 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5085.mp3 no "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" - "Super Mom- What a Wife Wishes Her Husband Knew About Women" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5088.pdf Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5088.pdf no "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" - "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5065.mp4 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5065.mp4 no "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" - "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men"(Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5064.mp4 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5064.mp4 no "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" - "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5063.mp3 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5063.mp3 no "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" - "Super Dad- What a Husband Wishes A Wife Knew About Men" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5066.pdf Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Jun 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5066.pdf no "The Umbrella" (Part 7) - "The Umbrella" (Part 7) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5512.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5512.mp4 no "The Umbrella" (Part 7) - "The Umbrella" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5511.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5511.mp4 no "The Umbrella" (Part 7) - "The Umbrella" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5543.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5543.mp3 no "The Umbrella" (Part 7) - "The Umbrella" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5538.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Oct 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5538.pdf no "Act Casual" (Part 8) - "Act Casual" (Part 8) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5508.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 04 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5508.mp4 no "Act Casual" (Part 8) - "Act Casual" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5517.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 04 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5517.mp4 no "Act Casual" (Part 8) - "Act Casual" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5535.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 04 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5535.mp3 no "Act Casual" (Part 8) - "Act Casual" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5535.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 04 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5535.mp3 no "Almost Heaven 1" (Part 9) - "Almost Heaven 1" (Part 9) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5519.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 11 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5519.mp4 no "Almost Heaven 1" (Part 9) - "Almost Heaven 1" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5518.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 11 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5518.mp4 no "Almost Heaven 1" (Part 9) - "Almost Heaven 1" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5536.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 11 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5536.mp3 no "Almost Heaven 1" (Part 9) - "Almost Heaven 1" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5540.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 11 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5540.pdf no "Almost Heaven 2" (Part 10) - "Almost Heaven 2" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5537.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 18 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5537.mp3 no "Almost Heaven 2" (Part 10) - "Almost Heaven 2" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5541.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 18 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5541.pdf no "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Part 11) - "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Part 11) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5553.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 25 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5553.mp4 no "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Part 11) - "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5552.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 25 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5552.mp4 no "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Part 11) - "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5545.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 25 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5545.mp3 no "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (Part 11) - "I Warn You Cause I Love You" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5542.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 25 Nov 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5542.pdf no "My Shield" (Part 12) - "My Shield" (Part 12) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5559.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5559.mp4 no "My Shield" (Part 12) - "My Shield" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5558.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5558.mp4 no "My Shield" (Part 12) - "My Shield" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5557.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5557.mp3 no "My Shield" (Part 12) - "My Shield" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5544.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5544.pdf no "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Part 13) - "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Part 13) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5568.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5568.mp4 no "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Part 13) - "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5566.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5566.mp4 no "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Part 13) - "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5567.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5567.mp3 no "The Wood Shed Part 1" (Part 13) - "The Wood Shed Part 1" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5560.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5560.pdf no "The Wood Shed Part 2" (Part 14) - "The Wood Shed Part 2" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5569.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5569.mp3 no "The Wood Shed Part 2" (Part 14) - "The Wood Shed Part 2" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5574.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5574.pdf no State of the Church - State of the Church http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5981.mp4 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5981.mp4 no State of the Church - State of the Church (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5980.mp4 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5980.mp4 no State of the Church - State of the Church (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5588.mp3 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5588.mp3 no State of the Church - State of the Church (Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5592.pdf Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5592.pdf no The Fourth Wise Man - The Fourth Wise Man (Audio Only) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5593.mp3 Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5593.mp3 no The Fourth Wise Man - The Fourth Wise Man (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5597.pdf Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Dec 2012 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5597.pdf no "Don't Be A Jerk" (Part 15) - "Don't Be A Jerk" (Part 15) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5604.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 06 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5604.mp4 no "Don't Be A Jerk" (Part 15) - "Don't Be A Jerk" (Moblie) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5603.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 06 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5603.mp4 no "Don't Be A Jerk" (Part 15) - "Don't Be A Jerk" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5601.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 06 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5601.pdf no "A Normal Guy" (Part 16) - "A Normal Guy" (Part 16) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5971.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 13 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5971.mp4 no "A Normal Guy" (Part 16) - "A Normal Guy" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5969.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 13 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5969.mp4 no "A Normal Guy" (Part 16) - "A Normal Guy" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5608.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 13 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5608.mp3 no "A Normal Guy" (Part 16) - "A Normal Guy" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5605.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 13 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5605.pdf no "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Part 17) - "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Part 17) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5637.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5637.mp4 no "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Part 17) - "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5636.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5636.mp4 no "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Part 17) - "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5618.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5618.mp3 no "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (Part 17) - "No One Believes in Me Anymore" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5617.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 20 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5617.pdf no "666" (Part 18) - "666" (Part 18) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5642.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 27 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5642.mp4 no "666" (Part 18) - "666" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5641.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 27 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5641.mp4 no "666" (Part 18) - "666" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5628.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 27 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5628.mp3 no "666" (Part 18) - "666" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5622.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 27 Jan 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5622.pdf no "Why Trust God" (Part 19) - "Why Trust God" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5634.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 03 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5634.mp3 no "Why Trust God" (Part 19) - "Why Trust God" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5629.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 03 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5629.pdf no "My God is Bigger Than Yours 2" (Part 21) - "My God is Bigger Than Yours 2" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5639.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5639.mp3 no "My God is Bigger Than Yours 2" (Part 21) - "My God is Bigger Than Yours 2" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5640.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5640.pdf no "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Part 20) - "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Part 20) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5983.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5983.mp4 no "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Part 20) - "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5982.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5982.mp4 no "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Part 20) - "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5638.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5638.mp3 no "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (Part 20) - "My God is Bigger Than Yours 1" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5635.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Feb 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5635.pdf no "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Part 22) - "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Part 22) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5651.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 03 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5651.mp4 no "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Part 22) - "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5650.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 03 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5650.mp4 no "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Part 22) - "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5652.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 03 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5652.mp3 no "You Think It Is Bad Now? (Part 22) - "You Think It Is Bad Now? (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5653.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 03 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5653.pdf no "Pay Day" (Part 23) - "Pay Day" (Part 23) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5661.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5661.mp4 no "Pay Day" (Part 23) - "Pay Day" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5659.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5659.mp4 no "Pay Day" (Part 23) - "Pay Day" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5660.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5660.mp3 no "Pay Day" (Part 23) - "Pay Day" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5654.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 10 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5654.pdf no "It is Finished" - "It is Finished" http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5782.mp4 2013 Easter Message at Oakwood Church Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 31 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5782.mp4 no "It is Finished" - "It is Finished" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5781.mp4 2013 Easter Message at Oakwood Church Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 31 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5781.mp4 no "It is Finished" - "It is Finished" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5729.mp3 2013 Easter Message at Oakwood Church Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 31 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5729.mp3 no "It is Finished" - "It is Finished" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5730.pdf 2013 Easter Message at Oakwood Church Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 31 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5730.pdf no "Are You A Member?" (Part 24) - "Are You A Member?" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5664.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Pastor Ron Woody, Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5664.mp3 no "Are You A Member?" (Part 24) - "Are You A Member?" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5658.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Pastor Ron Woody, Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 17 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5658.pdf no "Unspeakable" (Part 25) - "Unspeakable" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5725.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 24 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5725.mp3 no "Unspeakable" (Part 25) - "Unspeakable" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5666.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 24 Mar 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5666.pdf no I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Part 26) - I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Part 26) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5807.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Pastor Ron Woody, Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5807.mp4 no I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Part 26) - I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Mobile http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5807.mp4 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Pastor Ron Woody, Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5807.mp4 no I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Part 26) - I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5808.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Pastor Ron Woody, Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5808.mp3 no I Wished We'd All Been Ready (Part 26) - I Wished We'd All Been Ready (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5726.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Pastor Ron Woody, Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5726.pdf no "I Do Believe" (Part 1) - "I Do Believe" (Part 1) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6004.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6004.mp4 no "I Do Believe" (Part 1) - "I Do Believe" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6003.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6003.mp4 no "I Do Believe" (Part 1) - "I Do Believe" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5972.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5972.mp3 no "I Do Believe" (Part 1) - "I Do Believe" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5973.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 28 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5973.pdf no I Wished We'd All Been Ready 2 (Part 27) - I Wished We'd All Been Ready 2 (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5974.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 14 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5974.mp3 no I Wished We'd All Been Ready 2 (Part 27) - I Wished We'd All Been Ready 2 (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5780.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 14 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5780.pdf no "He's Coming!" (Part 28) - "He's Coming!" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5975.mp3 Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5975.mp3 no "He's Coming!" (Part 28) - "He's Coming!" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5978.pdf Almost every time I ask a Bible study group what book they want to study next, I get the same answer; Revelation. The problem with the book is always the same. People want to know what is going to happen in the future. They particularly want details so they can set up some kind of a time line. I think that God WAS revealing some of the things that would happen in the future. However, John wrote this letter to Christians during his time and Jesus has still not come back. I think He was trying to teach us lessons to live our lives by for TODAY. Please join us for The Revealing. It will be a long series, but I’m sure the things He will reveal to you will be worth it. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Apr 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5978.pdf no "Yes I Am Humble" (Part 2) - "Yes I Am Humble" (Part 2) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6012.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6012.mp4 no "Yes I Am Humble" (Part 2) - "Yes I Am Humble" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6010.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6010.mp4 no "Yes I Am Humble" (Part 2) - "Yes I Am Humble" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6013.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6013.mp3 no "Yes I Am Humble" (Part 2) - "Yes I Am Humble" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5979.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 05 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/5979.pdf no "My Love" (Part 3) - "My Love" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6014.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 12 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6014.mp3 no "My Love" (Part 3) - "My Love" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6015.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 12 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6015.pdf no "Learn To Obey" (Part 4) - "Learn To Obey" (Part 4) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6022.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 19 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6022.mp4 no "Learn To Obey" (Part 4) - "Learn To Obey" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6020.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 19 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6020.mp4 no "Learn To Obey" (Part 4) - "Learn To Obey" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6021.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 19 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6021.mp3 no "Learn To Obey" (Part 4) - "Learn To Obey" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6005.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 19 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6005.pdf no "How Many Times" (Part 5) - "How Many Times" (Part 5) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6033.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6033.mp4 no "How Many Times" (Part 5) - "How Many Times" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6031.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6031.mp4 no "How Many Times" (Part 5) - "How Many Times" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6032.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6032.mp3 no "How Many Times" (Part 5) - "How Many Times" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6025.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 26 May 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6025.pdf no "Thank You" (Part 6) - "Thank You" (Part 6) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6040.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6040.mp4 no "Thank You" (Part 6) - "Thank You" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6038.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6038.mp4 no "Thank You" (Part 6) - "Thank You" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6039.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6039.mp3 no "Thank You" (Part 6) - "Thank You" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6026.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 02 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6026.pdf no “Bigheartedness” (Part 7) - “Bigheartedness” (Part 7) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6043.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6043.mp4 no “Bigheartedness” (Part 7) - “Bigheartedness” (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6041.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6041.mp4 no “Bigheartedness” (Part 7) - “Bigheartedness” (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6042.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6042.mp3 no “Bigheartedness” (Part 7) - “Bigheartedness” (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6034.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 09 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6034.pdf no "To Be United" (Part 8) - "To Be United" (Part 8) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6051.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6051.mp4 no "To Be United" (Part 8) - "To Be United" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6049.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6049.mp4 no "To Be United" (Part 8) - "To Be United" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6050.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6050.mp3 no "To Be United" (Part 8) - "To Be United" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6044.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 16 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6044.pdf no "I'm So Excited" (Part 9) - "I'm So Excited" (Part 9) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6057.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6057.mp4 no "I'm So Excited" (Part 9) - "I'm So Excited" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6055.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6055.mp4 no "I'm So Excited" (Part 9) - "I'm So Excited" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6056.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6056.mp3 no "I'm So Excited" (Part 9) - "I'm So Excited" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6047.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 23 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6047.pdf no "To Be Pleased" (Part 10) - "To Be Pleased" (Part 10) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6076.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6076.mp4 no "To Be Pleased" (Part 10) - "To Be Pleased" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6074.mp4 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6074.mp4 no "To Be Pleased" (Part 10) - "To Be Pleased" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6075.mp3 The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6075.mp3 no "To Be Pleased" (Part 10) - "To Be Pleased" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6058.pdf The day that I asked Jesus Christ into my life, I started growing. I learned early that it was important to have a strong foundation. There is an oak tree in our front yard. They guess that it is 280 to 300 years old. It is massive and able to support great weight because of its extensive root system. This system covers a large part of our front yard and feeds this mighty oak, helping it to grow. We grow like this. Our root system is our foundation. It is where the nourishment comes from that causes us to grow. It is what holds us up and helps get us through the storms of life. Our problem: sometimes we get away from what was feeding us. When we started - we were those strong, I will never quit, change the world Christians. We drift, don’t eat right, go through a drought, and start asking why I don’t feel it anymore. Where do we turn? “Let me get one of those self-help courses.” “I need to hear something that motivates me.” The issue is really my attitude. I have to go back to His Word, find the attitudes that He said should prevail in my life, and cultivate those. The external will not fix me. I have to have a passion about the attitudes found in His Word. My life can change and will change but from the inside out. “Healing the Broken” is not a matter of a Band-Aid. It is going to the heart of the matter and finding what really changes me. Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 30 Jun 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6058.pdf no "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Part 1) - "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Part 1) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6083.mp4 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6083.mp4 no "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Part 1) - "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6081.mp4 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6081.mp4 no "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Part 1) - "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6082.mp3 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6082.mp3 no "Jabez and Mediocrity" (Part 1) - "Jabez and Mediocrity" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6077.pdf Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 07 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6077.pdf no "Jesus and Stress" (Part 2) - "Jesus and Stress" (Part 2) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6092.mp4 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 14 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6092.mp4 no "Jesus and Stress" (Part 2) - "Jesus and Stress" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6090.mp4 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 14 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6090.mp4 no "Jesus and Stress" (Part 2) - "Jesus and Stress" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6091.mp3 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 14 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6091.mp3 no "Jesus and Stress" (Part 2) - "Jesus and Stress" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6087.pdf Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 14 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6087.pdf no "Paul and Doubt" (Part 3) - "Paul and Doubt" (Part 3) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6116.mp4 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6116.mp4 no "Paul and Doubt" (Part 3) - "Paul and Doubt" (Mobile) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6114.mp4 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6114.mp4 no "Paul and Doubt" (Part 3) - "Paul and Doubt" (Audio) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6115.mp3 Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6115.mp3 no "Paul and Doubt" (Part 3) - "Paul and Doubt" (pdf) http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6096.pdf Some feel that the Christian life is boring! But that is because they have never truly experienced it. Living for God can be an awesome experience. Bob Harrington, the “Chaplain of Bourbon Street”, was famous for saying, “It’s fun being saved.” I believe that you can have a great life. I believe that your life can be blessed. However, I also believe that life is a growing process. I believe that there are obstacles to get over and by. There are some great examples in the scriptures of how individuals got over, when around, and defeated these obstacles. These obstacles keep us from living an exciting Christian life. To many of us just get used to being mediocre and live with believing, “I shall not be moved.” Be with us starting July the 6th and 7th and find out how you can say, “It’s fun being saved.” Reverend Frank Radcliff, Jr. Sun, 21 Jul 2013 12:00:00 GMT http://oakwoodchurch.org/filerequest/6096.pdf no