Solomon on Sex - Audio CD Albums
Solomon on Sex - Audio CD Albums
Sex dominates our identity. Planted within us is a burning desire to passionately enjoy the opposite sex. Unfortunately, for many, that burning desire is a fire raging out of control.

The average individual has their first sexual experience at age 16. One-third of all children are aborted. Of the children not aborted, one-third are born out of wedlock. More money is spent each year by Americans on pornography than the combined revenues of ABC, NBC and CBS. 10% of Americans admit internet pornography addiction.

Wouldn’t it be great if God gave us an instruction manual on how to enjoy sex to God’s glory? Thankfully, he did! It is a book of the Bible called, the Song of Solomon. The Song of Solomon is a collection of short poems that give us windows into the relationship between King Solomon and his first wife, the Shulammite.
In the Solomon on Sex series, we study this book line by line to unlock God’s plan for maximum sexual pleasure.

In the first album, we study the dating, courtship and wedding of King Solomon and his bride. The focus is primarily on sexuality before the wedding night.

In the second album, we follow this couple’s joys and struggles in marriage. We learn how fan the flames of passion to avoid marital disaster.

First Album Contents - 8 Audio CD's
  • Song of Solomon - God, Sex and Culture
  • Song of Solomon 1:1-8 - Give Me a Kiss!
  • Song of Solomon 1:8-17 - Kill’Em with Compliments
  • Song of Solomon 1:16-2:7 - Rekindled with Romance
  • Song of Solomon 2:8-15 - Dating and Relating
  • Song of Solomon 3:1-5 - Avoiding Marital Disaster
  • Song of Solomon 3:6-11 - Why have a Wedding?
  • Song of Solomon 4:1-5:1 - Great Sex God’s Way

Second Album Contents - 5 Audio CD's
  • Song of Solomon 5:2-8 - Sin in the Bedroom
  • Song of Solomon 5:9-6:9 - Recovering from a Marital Wipeout
  • Song of Solomon 6:11-7:10 - The One Thing I Can Change Is Me
  • Song of Solomon 7:10-8:4 - Marital Sabbath
  • Song of Solomon 8:5-14
Christmas from the Book of Psalms - Audio CD Album
Christmas from the Book of Psalms - Audio CD Album
At Christmas, we turn to the gospels to remember the birth of Jesus. Did you know Christ is also found in the Old Testament? The book of Psalms is quoted more frequently in the New Testament than any other book. The quotes are all about Jesus!

In this series, we study some of the Psalms the early church saw telling them about Jesus. In these Psalms we get a glimpse at the glory of the exalted Christ, our helplessness apart from Christ, the new identity that is ours because of Christ and what will happen when Christ returns.

See Christmas like you have never seen it before, from the book of Psalms.

Series Contents - 4 Audio CD's
  • Psalm 14 - God came to save fools.
  • Psalm 45 - Who is Jesus?
  • Psalm 2 - Immediate and Unconditional Surrender
  • Psalm 110 - The Rest of the Christmas Story
James - Part 4 - Hoarding, Suffering & Healing - Audio CD Album
James - Part 4 - Hoarding, Suffering & Healing - Audio CD Album
In this fourth section of James, we learn more ways faith is lived out in life. James warns us of inherent dangers of wealth and how quickly we can fall prey to the sins of hoarding and luxurious living (5:1-6). While some are tempted to sin through affluence, others are tempted to sin through the discouragement of poverty and trials that have no end. James teaches us how to make it through (5:7-11). Returning to his favorite topic, the tongue, James teaches us how easy it is to sin under pressure with our words as we learn the truth about swearing (5:12).

In the last portion of the book, James tells us to be people of prayer in all times about all things. Prayer is more potent than we realize. We learn how to practice prayer in serious situations, like a life threatening disease (5:13-16). Finally, James closes his letter by teaching us about the importance of prayer and confession in the life of the church. It is what keeps a church from tearing apart (5:16-20).

Series Contents - 6 Audio CD's
  • James 5:1-6 - What Rich People Need to Hear
  • James 5:7-11 - Patience in Trials
  • James 5:12 - A Theology of Swearing
  • James 5:13-16 - The Prayer of Faith that Heals - Part 1
  • James 5:13-16 - The Prayer of Faith that Heals - Part 2
  • James 5:16-20 - The Healing Power of Confession and Prayer
James - Part 3 - Speaking and Thinking - Audio CD Album
James - Part 3 - Speaking and Thinking - Audio CD Album
Do Christians look at life in a different way? In this third section of James, we learn how Jesus changes the way Christians speak (3:1-12) and think (3:13-16). We learn how the Holy Spirit urges us to think about life with godly wisdom rather than the way others think with earthly wisdom. We see how this works itself out in some of the most difficult relational challenges, disagreements in the church (3:17-4:3).

James then helps us understand the repulsiveness of a heart that is unfaithful to Christ (4:4). While we are unfaithful, Christ is always willing to extend more grace than we have sin. The only prerequisite to receive God’s grace is that we must ask for it with humility. Approaching God with pride shuts off his grace like a faucet (4:5-6).

James shows us how to cultivate humility in our lives (4:7-10). He helps us understand how our pride causes us to slander others (4:11-12). To help us think with humility, James reminds us how we trust God for our daily needs (4:13-17).

In this third portion of James, discover how Christ changes the way we think.

Series Contents - 8 Audio CD's
  • James 3:1-12 - Weapon of Mass Destruction
  • James 3:13-16 - Saving Faith Changes My Thinking
  • James 3:17-4:3 - What’s Wrong with a Good Church Fight?
  • James 4:4 - Spiritual Adultery
  • James 4:5-6 - He Gives More Grace
  • James 4:7-10 - The Ten Commandments of James
  • James 4:11-12 - Slander!
  • James 4:13-17 - God of my iPhone
James - Part 2 - Hearing and Doing - Audio CD Album
James - Part 2 - Hearing and Doing - Audio CD Album
Are you a Christian who attends weekly worship? Each week do you grow in what you know, but nothing really changes? Is there more to the Christian life than personal ethics and Bible trivia? Do we have a responsibility for others? What happens when we ignore someone in need?

In this series, we explore the connection between the Christian faith and everyday life. Beginning with the importance of getting our anger under control, we learn that the Christian life involves treating others the way we would like to be treated. It means using our freedom in Christ to love others, especially Christian brothers and sisters in need.

James then moves from loving those in need to loving one another. What about favoritism in the church? While the world caters to the rich, attractive and upwardly-mobile, the church is to be a place where everyone treats others the way they would like to be treated. That is faith in action. Love across racial, age and economic lines is a sign the spirit of Christ is alive among the people.

Faith is more than knowledge, it is practical love for others. Has your Christian life become just more information? James speaks a breath of fresh air as he shows us what it means to put our faith into life.

Series Contents - 7 Audio CD's
  • James 1:19-21 - Anger in My Trial
  • James 1:22-25 - Do Something!
  • James 1:26-27 - Real Religion
  • James 2:1-9 - The Folly of Favoritism
  • James 2:9-13 - The Perils of Partiality
  • James 2:14-19 - Fake Faith
  • James 2:20-26 - The Real Deal
James - Part 1 - Trials and Temptations - Audio CD Album
James - Part 1 - Trials and Temptations - Audio CD Album
Life is filled with trials: cancer, financial disaster, depression, the rejection of someone we love, and lingering health issues. If God loves us so much, why doesn’t he care enough to shelter us from life’s problems? In the first portion of the book of James, we find the answer. It is because God loves us that he allows trials into our life to mature us in Christ. According to the Bible, the spiritual maturity, which the trials of the Christian life produce, is of greater worth than anything this world can offer.

In this series, we learn how to navigate our trials and receive the maturity God intends for us. With each trial, there is a difficult path of obedience, which will bring about the maturity God is seeking to produce. Next to the path of obedience, an alternate path will present itself in a seductive way. This is the path of temptation to sin in our trial. This path derails the maturity God wants to give. In this series, we learn how to steer clear of the sinful temptations that come with trials. We learn how to face one of the most audacious trials, financial loss. We learn what to do when we find ourselves in the slough of despondency because we can not imagine God’s good purpose in our present difficulties.

Are you in the middle of a trial? James has honest answers to your questions about how to make it through.

Series Contents - 8 Audio CD's
  • James 1:1-4 - How to have joy in a trial
  • James 1:5-8 - Get Wisdom!
  • James 1:9-12 - The Trial of Money
  • James 1:13-15 - The Blame Game
  • James 1:14-15 - Sin in Slow Motion
  • James 1:16-18 - God is Good

Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Audio CD Album
Reasons to Believe Your Bible - Audio CD Album
Is believing the Bible a leap of faith? Are there any rational reasons to trust the Bible is the Word of God? In Reasons to Believe Your Bible, we learn Christians aren’t expected to check their brains at the door. Rather, our mind should feed our faith. In Logical Reasons, we discover how the all-or-nothing claims of the Bible don’t allow us to consider it just a good book. In Historical Reasons and Prophetic Reasons, we look at the Bible’s solid connection with history. In Scientific Reasons, we wrestle with the Genesis account of creation versus the theory of evolution taught in high school biology. In Providential Reasons, we interact with Dan Brown’s novel, The DaVinci Code, to learn the true story of how the books in our Bible were collected into the Bible we hold today. In Personal Reasons, we discover the unique transforming power of the Bible to change our lives.

As a bonus, the series concludes with a message from archaeological scholar, Dr. Tom Tribelhorn, author of My Professor Says the Bible is a Myth, as he equips us defend our faith in the academic world.

Series Contents - 8 Audio CD's
  • Logical Reasons
  • Historical Reasons
  • Prophetic Reasons
  • Christological Reasons
  • Scientific Reasons
  • Providential Reasons
  • Personal Reasons
  • Archaeology and the Bible - Dr. Tom Tribelhorn

Christmas from the Book of Revelation - Audio CD Album
Christmas from the Book of Revelation - Audio CD Album
There is no more Christ exalting book than Revelation. Jesus drips from every paragraph. Christmas from the Book of Revelation reveals why the Lamb of God is the never-ending focus of worship. It explains why history can only be culminated by Christ. Along the way, we discover why God gave us passions for sports to teach us about worship. We learn why Christians suffer on earth and how God uses our suffering as his chosen method to reach the nations with the gospel.

Each message begins with interpretive grids for understanding this complex book. Like Benjamin Franklin glasses from the movie, “National Treasure,” these grids help us to see what God wants us to know. Grids include: the theme behind apocalyptic literature, how to understand the bizarreness of Revelation’s images, the difference between a letter and an apocalypse and the meaning behind key numbers in Bible.

Series Contents - 4 Audio CD's
  • Revelation 5 - The Triumph of the Lamb
  • Revelation 5 - The Lamb and the Nations
  • Revelation 12 - The Lamb and the Dragon
  • BONUS MESSAGE - Christmas Eve 2010 - King Jesus

Doctrine - Audio CD Album
Doctrine - Audio CD Album
In, Doctrine - What Do We Believe?, Pastor Kurt Trucksess teaches eleven basics of the Christian faith as articulated by the 2008 revision of the Evangelical Free Church Statement of Faith. In this series, we learn the nature of God. We discover why we can trust our Bible. Using the lens of Scripture, the scope of our sin and the grace offered to us through Christ is revealed. The center of the series provides extensive teaching on Christ’s identity and work, the hinge upon which the Christian faith turns. Focusing on the Christian life, the teachings on the Holy Spirit and Christian Living teach how to overcome persistent sin and discover the joy God offers as we walk with him. The series completes by painting a picture of the eternal destinies of mankind when Christ returns.

The Doctrine series is guaranteed to challenge your heart and your mind. While rich in theology, using a no-holds-barred teaching style that is seasoned with stories and humor, Kurt will keep you engaged while you learn the basics of the faith.

Series Contents - 11 Audio CD's

  • God
  • The Bible
  • The Human Condition
  • Jesus Christ
  • Christ's Death
  • Christ's Resurrection
  • The Holy Spirit
  • The Church
  • Christian Living
  • Christ's Return
  • Response and Destiny

The sermon on Christ's resurrection is not currently included. It will be released after Easter. Contact the Faith E Free church office for a free CD to complete your album.
The Mysteries of Heaven - Audio CD Album
The Mysteries of Heaven - Audio CD Album
Hebrews 6 considers teachings about life after death and the reality of eternal judgment to be some of the elementary doctrines of the Christian faith. Yet, most Christians know very little about what lies beyond death’s door.

In The Mysteries of Heaven, Pastor Kurt Trucksess brings clarity to mysteries beyond the grave. In this series, we learn how our earthly life magnifies either the joy of heaven or the tragedy of hell. We discover an amazing time when heaven becomes better. We learn when God will give us real, tangible bodies that will not age. We tackle the perplexing problem of the millennium, the thousand year reign of Christ on earth. This series also teaches us where to find hope when someone we loves dies. Two messages handle questions the church submitted about life after death.

The Mysteries of Heaven is a practical teaching that paints a captivating picture of heaven, motivates us to live for things of eternal value, and casts a vision of the glory that await God’s children when their life’s work is complete.

Series Contents - 13 Audio CD's

  • Why Study Heaven?
  • One Minute After You Die
  • When Heaven Gets Better
  • The New Jerusalem
  • A Better Body
  • Hell
  • Eternal Rewards
  • The Millennium
  • Those Who Can’t Believe
  • Overcoming Grief
  • Questions About Heaven
  • More Questions About Heaven
  • The Hope of Heaven

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