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Dr. Ralph Douglas West


Grow Up!

God wants us to grow up by being vitally connected to Christ and his church.

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I. Introduction

II. The impediments to growth

a. Immaturity
b. Instability
c. Gullibility

III. The environment for growth

IV. The thumbprints for growth

Dr. Ralph Douglas West serves as founder and senior pastor of The Church Without Walls (Brookhollow Baptist Church, Houston, Texas).

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scott mize

April 23, 2013  2:55pm

Great message!

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sergio dias

February 03, 2013  4:33pm

I loved it!!! Great message May God bless you always Pastor Ralph West

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donald robinson

January 30, 2013  12:18pm

Excellent message! He's one of my favorite preachers.

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Ronald Carrier

January 28, 2013  11:17am

I liked the thoroughness and clarity of his exposition. He "speaks the trugh in love" as Paul admonishes. May God bless him and his ministry.

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Reginald Reynolds

January 28, 2013  10:34am

This message declares the Word of God with clarity and power. May God continue to bless Dr. West in preaching.

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