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The Final Word is a radio show from Pastor Jim Andrews of Lake Bible Church in Lake Oswego that plays in Portland, Oregon, Denver, Colorado, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Be sure to visit: jim-andrews.org (Interested in purchasing Polishing God's Monuments Hard copy, email jima@lakebiblechurch.com or call 503-699-9840 ext: 202)

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Jim Andrews, Senior Pastor – Lake Bible Church Email: jima@lakebiblechurch.com Church Phone: 503-699-9840 (Ext: 202) Mobile: 503-320-1012

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If you are interested in partnering up with us, drop me an email: jima@lakebiblechurch.com

Broadcast Schedule

The Final Word can be heard weekdays on the following stations:

Portland, Oregon
KPDQ FM 93.9 at 7:00PM
KPDQ AM 800 at 9am and 5:30PM

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
WORD FM 101.5 at 9:30PM
WPIT AM 730 at 6:00AM

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The Finalword Blog

Introduction to Colossians

If Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians highlights the glory of the Church, the body of Christ, his Epistle to the Colossians underscores the supremacy of Christ, the head of the Church. These two epistles accentuate many of the same themes, both theological and practical, so that they complement one another and help us interpret each [...]

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Introduction to Philippians

A lot of Christian sentiments don’t carry the same force when they are written from ‘Happy Valley’ as when they are penned from harsh conditions. This very personal letter, full of tender feeling for a church close to the heart of the Apostle Paul, was written from the bowels of a dungeon in Rome. Paul’s [...]

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Introduction to Esther

As an illustration of the marvelous, secret hand of God working through circumstances, events, and human beings to orchestrate His desire and design, the book of Esther is an absolute classic example of God’s wonderful providence at work. Some have been troubled that God is never mentioned in this book, strange for a sacred book. [...]

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