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Just Regret, or Fully Repent?

Mark Jones of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the final part in our series on Samson.


In the book of Judges, chapter 16, we find Samson in a real bind. Eyes poked out, hands bound by bronze shackles and grinding on a wheel for the Philistines, he is bald and out of strength and out of options. He calls out to the Lord one final time and brings vengeance on the oppressors of Israel. Listen with us, as we look at the final retribution of Samson. When you’re caught in a bind, do you simply have regrets, or can you be truly repentant?


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Character Matters; Slippery Slope To Sin

Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on Judges 16.


Samson lived a sorted life.

He was a womanizer and never got a grip on his sin.

He fell to the same habits of sinful living over and over and over again.

What can we learn on this Father’s Day about walking in the ways of faith, rather than slipping down the slope of sinful repetition? Join us as we discover the faithful way to live, through the poor example of Samson.


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Character Matters; When Emotions Run Your Life

Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on the life of Samson as a Judge in Israel’s History.


Samson came on the scene around 1300 BC, when Israel was being oppressed by the Philistines. Samson’s life is not one to emulate today. In fact, we can learn a few things about how to walk with God through Samson’s emotionally driven mistakes. Take this journey with us into the better issues of character as we discuss how emotions can run your life, if you are not led by the Holy Spirit.


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