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The core message of the Bible is God's love for all people. You are loved. Yet, in our modern hurried times, we sometimes overlook the hidden story of redemption and forgiveness. Join me as I share what I'm learning from Jesus with a focus on grace, love, and mercy.
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Michael Anthony Bible Teaching Podcast

MICHAEL ANTHONY BIBLE TEACHING

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I'm a husband, father, inspirational speaker, podcaster, blogger, and Lead Pastor of Genesis Church, in York, Pennsylvania, where I live among farm animals and snack foods. I'm the author of A Call for Courage: Living With Power, Truth and Love In An Age of Intolerance and Fear (Thomas Nelson Publishers), and the soon to be released Courageous Life™ Motivational Planner. Both are available wherever books are sold. Send speaking, interview, and guest appearance inquiries to info@couragematter ...
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After crossing the Red Sea the people of Israel face a new enemy, it is an enemy that attacks from within: hunger. God demonstrates His love and provision for His people by providing manna and quail for them to eat. However, from this lesson we can draw a deeper lesson about hungering for God. Grab your Bible as we dig into the Exodus story and lea…
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Dr. Neal Windham joins as a guest speaker at our Easter Sunrise Service. In this special message, he explains how the resurrection is central to all we do and believe as Christians. He connects it to the moment of celebration experienced by the people of Israel after they cross the Red Sea into their freedom. Grab your Bible and join us as we celeb…
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For Easter, we explore the Exodus moment and the deliverance of the people of God from their former enslavement. In doing so, we see that we too stand on the banks of the Red Sea. We are confronted with a decision. Do we move forward into our salvation or turn back to our past, former selves. Grab your Bible as we dig into the Exodus story and lear…
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For Good Friday, we explore how Jesus is the fulfillment of the Passover Feast. His sacrifice on the cross becomes our moment of confession and repentance. Importantly, we are invited into a moment of forgiveness as we discover the deeper meaning of His sacrifice as it is foretold in the Book of Exodus. Grab your Bible and join us as we explore the…
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Dr. Caleb Brown joins as a guest speaker on Maundy Thursday. In this special message, he explains how The Last Supper is rooted in Exodus, how it connect us to the story of God, and how we celebrate the Passover each time we take Communion with everyone, everywhere! Grab your Bible and join us as we celebrate Holy Week together! About This Series G…
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Examining the plague of the firstborn, recodred in the Book of Exodus, reveals the power and supremacy of God. However, it is especially terrifying and challenging. In order to more completely understand, we have to try and get into the mind of the Egyptian culture and how it is a judgement against their attempts to deny and reject God. The human o…
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In this bonus podcast, from the Called To Write Workshop that was hosted by Liz Curtis Higgs, we discuss how to connect to Jesus as a writer of devotionals. This message, from my breakout sessions, was designed for any who are interested in writing. However, it will also be a great encouragement for anyone seeking to explore applications of the spi…
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The judgements, or plagues, against Egypt highlight God's incredible power and supremacy. Important for us today, they also help us to persevere in our faith as we look forward to the return of Jesus. Grab your Bible and join us as we dive into Exodus 8-10. In this message, we explore how the Book of Exodus connects to the judgements in Revelation …
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When we face difficult circumstances or harsh treatment, we can be tempted question God's faithfulness, His goodness, His love… even His existence. Struggling through these challenges can lead us to ask: "Is God just or unjust?" To answer this question, we need to first define, "What is Justice?" Grab your Bible and join us as we dive into Exodus 7…
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We've been discussing some of God's characteristics as made evident through His works in the Book of Exodus. However, it is worth us pausing to ask a deeper question: Who is God? In this message, we extract truth from the Biblical narrative to examine how God answers this question. As we do, we discover a deeper meaning to Jesus' "I Am..." statemen…
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What do people mean when they say, "God is good?" Where does that even come from and does the Bible teach that God is in fact good? Join us as we compare and contrast the kingdom of this world with the Kingdom of God and discover the good, good nature of our loving God! About This Series God, Family, Us - Exodus is an original sermon series recorde…
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When Moses encounters the burning bush (a theophany) it changes him and the trajectory of his life. As we look into this, we explore other instances of God appearing to man and ask some hard questions about what it means for us as His followers. Importantly, we learn something about the loving nature of our God! Grab your Bible and join us as we st…
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This message was recorded during our Ash Wednesday Service, which happened to fall on Valentine's Day. We take a small detour from the Book of Exodus to explore the Biblical meaning of love and to spend some time in worship and prayer. Important for our study of Exodus, we will see how the Burning Bush in Exodus 3 reveals to us God's loving nature,…
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Exodus begins by introducing us to the suffering of God's people and to Moses. Importantly, it also reveals to us an important aspect of God's character: His is always faithful. Grab your Bible and join us as we step into this study of the Book of Exodus together! About This Series God, Family, Us - Exodus is an original sermon series recorded live…
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Studying the Book of Exodus helps us to understand the fabric of history and culture undergirding the New Testament message of Jesus. In many ways, Exodus lays the ground work for walking in the Way of Jesus and growing in our faith because it reveals the grace and sovereignity of God. In this intro to the series we learn about the overarching them…
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Jesus challenges us to go and make disciples of all the world. His teachings propel us to use whatever skills and talents we have to serve Him and to build His Kingdom. Join us for a special message that includes an interview with Peyton Pierce, our Director of Children's Ministry. Peyton shares what living out the Great Commission looks like for a…
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One of the most essential parts of starting to follow and grow in our faith involves prayer. On a basic level, prayer is talking to God. However, it is also listening and sometimes our best moments in conversation with God are just being still. Grab your Bible and join us as Dr. Caleb Brown, our guest speaker, teaches three powerful ways to grow in…
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As we look at ways to move forward in our faith and to grow closer to God, we are aided by studying the spiritual practices (or disciplines). In today's message, we are challenged to start something by committing to grow in our walk with Jesus. Grab your Bibles and get ready to learn about how to Commit to Grow closer to Jesus Christ as we start so…
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At the beginning of each year, many people pick a resolution. It implies an end goal and also requires a starting point. In today's message, join us as we learn about our commitment to follow Jesus. We explore where we begin and our end goal with Christ. Grab your Bibles and get ready to learn about how to Commit to Follow Jesus Christ as we start …
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The gift of joy comes from knowing God and seeing Him in all we do. In this message, we are reminded of just a few of the things God has accomplished through us as a local church. In the middle of the sermon, we paused to invite people to give a testimony about what, in the past 12 months, have given them joy at Tunnel Hill Christian Church. Grab y…
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This special episode was recorded live at our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Worship was led by Laura Meyers with Helen Nierman accompanying her on the piano. Steve Watkins played the guitar. Eden Chanley provided a reading from Luke 2. Please Note: During my message, we created an opportunity for those in attendance to share a brief tes…
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Christmas decorations often feature a Nativity scene. It is a beautiful portrayal of the birth of Christ and a cherished tradition for many. In this week's message from The Gift of Love series, we consider the hidden message of love portrayed in the actions of those represented in the Nativity scene. We invite you to grab your Bible and join us as …
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Daniel and his friends are forcefully removed from their family. Worse, their national identity, their names, and even their futures are torn away as they are forced to submit to the Babylonian rulers. Yet, in the face of utmost despair, they continue. They model faith in action. Join us in this timely message as we discover a beautiful gift of pea…
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This special message was recorded at our 2023 Annual Christmas and Thanksgiving Party. We took advantage of this gathering to launch some important changes for our church family. Specifically, we announced: Our new vision statement (see below) A new church logo An updated church directory The new church website - tunnelhillchristian.church It is pr…
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Joseph is favored by his father and then abused by his brothers. He is sold into human trafficking and eventually wrongfully imprisoned. However, he never seems to give up hope that God will provide and fulfill the dreams he was given as a child. Today, we learn from Joseph's hope-giving example by considering if the things meant to create the grea…
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Abraham and Sarah are given a unique blessing from God designed to bless them. However, they mess it up in a terrible way by taking things into their own hands. Later in life, Abraham is tested by God and, lessons learned, he gets it right. Today, we can learn from Abraham's example of faith and extract from it a gift of faith that we too may pass …
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Biblical hope is not hope casually tossed at the lowest common denominator. Nor is it hope in a possible good outcome. Certainly, it is not “I hope so… rolling-of-the-dice-type of hope.” It is hope that is grounded in generations of faithfulness. It is hope proven by the fulfillment of prophecies. It is hope connected to faith and the demonstrated …
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If honey is the final sweet harvest of beekeeping, then the ultimate reward (of our faith-filled hope in God) is the perfect sweetness found in the promise of eternal life. Our harvest is knowing there is a future and final destination in which we will walk hand in hand with the Lord and with one another. Jesus has gone ahead of us to prepare a pla…
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To be a honeybee is, literally, to exist dependent on one another. In the truest sense, each individual bee exists for the good of the other bees in their family. Apart from the mutual support of the community, the entire colony will cease to exist. In this senese, churches and families can learn from the example of the humble honeybee. They become…
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Honeybee reproduction includes a fascinating process that includes swarming. Seeing how the bees move together as part of their reproductive cycle can teach us much about the process of disciple-making. Both include duplication and replication. While bees share their genetic material through a complex process that includes creating a new queen and …
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The Biblical account of the enemy gives us insight into knowing his motivations. It teaches us to be on alert against attacks on any front. The writer of 1 Peter 5:8 urges us to “Be sober-minded; be watchful. Your adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.” Like the numerous threats facing honeybees, our soul …
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The beatitudes are amongst Jesus' most famous teachings. However, if you are new to the faith, or just need a reminder, it is worth asking: What are The Beatitudes? The Beatitudes are not just a fun pun (bee-attitudes) for a series where we have been talking about honeybees. No, they summarize Jesus’ way of living in opposition to this world. They …
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From the very beginning, our God set the stage for us to live a life full of hope. He created us with hope-filled intentions of community and love. The Book of Genesis tells the story of how God created the world. Later, John references this moment as he connects for us the existence of Jesus. The truth and grace of God was planned for us from the …
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According to what Paul writes in Ephesians 4, we are designed to serve. Paul explains how we are able to experience a life-changing level of Christ-centered unity and spiritual maturity only when we accept that Christ has given us each a role. We embrace this unity, not for the purpose of numeric growth or to fill the calendar with more to do, no. …
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In a way, similar to how the love languages guide marriages and close friendships to express love more completely, the Spiritual Pathways help to bring us into more frequent moments of oneness with God. Knowing the way God designed you, knowing what your Spiritual Pathway, is will help you to prepare for being an authentic follower of Christ who: R…
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In a way, similar to how the love languages guide marriages and close friendships to express love more completely, the Spiritual Pathways help to bring us into more frequent moments of oneness with God. Knowing the way God designed you, knowing what your Spiritual Pathway, is will help you to prepare for being an authentic follower of Christ who: R…
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We are each born, at a specific time, with a powerful and distinct gifting. Paul reminds us, the work we are to do is “prepared in advance” and we are “created in Christ Jesus to do good works…” In this message, Michael explains the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Then, he challenges everyone to not just discover their gifting, but to invest what God has…
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We live at a time when the generations do not quite get along so well. There is confusion and judgement about generational values. Our culture seems to pit young vs. old and old vs. young all the time. Yet, God's Word calls us to join together as one in unity. Join us as we lean into an exploration of our generational differences and discover an op…
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Paul's letter to the church in Rome provides a logical explanation of God's perfect grace and love. Examining the text, we find a process by which all believers can receive assurance of their salvation. This final message in our series is designed to help our church, and podcast listerners, to share the steps of salvation from the Book of Romans. I…
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It has been said that no one person, other than Jesus Christ, has had more influence on Christianity greater than the Apostle Paul. Paul carries the message of Jesus from Jerusalem to Rome. When he is eventually martyred for the faith, we can imagine he must have felt a great sense of accomplishment. Paul took the gosepl to the very ends of the Ear…
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Paul calls us to be Christ's ambassadors. Importantly, he models what it looks like to die to your old self and live as a new creation in Jesus Christ. We become represtentatives of God's righteousness to all people. As we summarize chapters 22-26 of the Book of Acts, we see Paul sharing his story. He gives his testimony, demonstrating for each of …
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Trevor Adams leads our message today by sharing his personal testimony. Join us for this challenging look at the depths of God's perfect grace, love, and forgiveness. About This Series Being the Church - Love in Action is a series based on the New Testament Book of Acts. Recorded live at Tunnel Hill Christian Church in Georgetown, Indiana, this ser…
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This week, we continue our journey through the Book of Acts with a brief look at the events in Acts 21. Then, we turn over to Hebrews to learn more about the type of messages Paul would have preached during his trip to Jerusalem. Join us as we look at Paul's example of perstence and faith. Then ask this hard question, "If you knew following God wou…
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Luke's account of Paul's ministry continues in Acts 20. Here, we read of the miraculous resurrection of a man who falls to his death. As we explore this message together, we too are challenged to stay awake and not fall asleep. Join us as we continue to learn about being the church and staying the course. Together, we are invited and challenged to …
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