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First Presbyterian Church of Inglewood
100 N. Hillcrest Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301
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Christian Living

Home

Where is your home?  As Christians, our real home is God.  In him we find peace, security, satisfaction and unfailing love.   It is when we seek dwelling places outside of God that we encounter many of our problems in life.   38 minutes

Trust In The Lord

There are many who seek to gain our trust in today’s world, but who can we really trust?  In Proverbs 3:5-6, God tells us to trust in him completely.  This message examines the scriptural passage in greater detail and reveals how we are blessed for obeying what it says.  34 minutes

Reality Check

Coming to grips with reality can sometime cause us to question God and his love for us.  But if we continue to seek him in spite of our doubts and uncertainties, he will reveal his presence to us.  14 minutes

Victory

Moses had a mountain-top vision of the promised land. Dr. Martin Luther King declared having had the same experience.  It could even be said for Harold Jackson, the trailblazing African American leader in our denomination. Their visions were all about victory for their people.  But the mountain-top experience of Jesus far surpassed the others–his vision was…

The Hope of Nations

The celebration of Black History Month is also a celebration of hope.  For the history of Blacks in America is characterized by perseverance and the driving force behind perseverance is hope.  And the only true source of hope is Jesus Christ.  11 minutes

Black History in the Church

History plays an important role in the development of the people of God, telling us what God has done and will do for us.  It is a source of our vision, giving us hope and strengthening our faith.  Black history is church history.  44 minutes

Martin Luther King and the Three Pillars of Wisdom

This message discussed the history of the civil rights movement in America, emphasizing that it was based on scriptural foundations, was primarily nonviolent in nature and brought together people of different ethnicities, faiths and organizations in pursuit of a common goal.   35 minutes