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Welcome to Weekly Messages from First Christian Church: Houston, Texas

Bringing ourselves and others into a vital faith and relationship with Jesus

 

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Download Bread and Not Bread  message by Caleb McDaniel 01-03-2015 (17.77 MB)

Bread and Not Bread message by Caleb McDaniel


 

Duration: 19:24


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Download Knowing the Great "i Am" 22-02-2015 (19.47 MB)

Knowing the Great "i Am"


 

Duration: 21:16


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Download The Aspiration of Compassion message by Ashley 15-02-2015 (15.13 MB)

The Aspiration of Compassion message by Ashley


 

Duration: 16:31


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Download Integrity When We Fail 08-02-2015 (17.34 MB)

Integrity When We Fail


 

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Download Integrity Without Shame or Guilt 01-02-2015 (19.61 MB)

Integrity Without Shame or Guilt


 

Duration: 21:25


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Download INTEGRITY'S CHALLENGES Jan 25 2015 25-01-2015 (22.97 MB)

INTEGRITY'S CHALLENGES Jan 25 2015


 

Duration: 25:05


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Download January 11) – Integrity in the Beginning 13-01-2015 (23.55 MB)

January 11) – Integrity in the Beginning


 

Duration: 25:43


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Download Starting Over January 4, 2015 05-01-2015 (24.28 MB)

Starting Over January 4, 2015


 

Duration: 26:31


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Download December 28 2014 03-01-2015 (7.28 MB)

December 28 2014


 

Duration: 7:57


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Download Christmas Eve service 03-01-2015 (50.2 MB)

Christmas Eve service


 

Duration: 54:50


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