George Toews • Sermon • • 3,103 views
Galatians 2:20 Introduction I know that a number of you are interested in bird watching. One of the enjoyable things about it is identifying different birds. When you become familiar with them, they become quite easy to identify by their size, shape, flight pattern, coloring and song. However, some birds…
Daniel Mullen • Sermon • • 1,430 views
The superiority of Christianity over Islam Admittedly, the title affirms a conclusion, which may not seem very sensitive in our politically correct world. However, every question, whether controversial or not, begins with some presuppositions. Therefore, there is no shame in beginning this subject with…
Ronald B. Saunders Sr. • Sermon • • 72 views
LUKE 10.33 “But a certain Samaritan… had compassion on him.” Our Lord Jesus Christ has done better than the Good Samaritan has, because our case was worse. The wounded man could not blame himself for his sad estate. It was his misfortune, not his fault. However, you and I are not only half dead, but…
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 47 views
Sermon on Christianity, Boring? Text: Joshua 4:19-24 Sermon Theme: Believe in the amazing God of Christianity Goal: to encourage the congregation that Christianity is amazing because of the works of Christianity’s God. Need: Many consider the Christian faith boring. Sermon Outline: Introduction about…
Spencer Miller • Sermon • • 38 views
Introduction. Some people are, by nature, optimistic. It is their natural temperament. Others are, by the same token, pessimistic. You often get what you expect. One man sees a rose bush as in terms of thorns; another sees only the roses. One man sees the dark side of every cloud, while the other looks…
James Anthony Crabtree • Sermon • • 22 views
The Jewish Encyclopedia states…. Roman emperor; born Feb. 27, 274; died May 22, 337; proclaimed emperor by the army in Gaul on the death of his father, Constantius Chlorus (306). He defeated Maxentius, his rival in Italy, in 312; and after routing Licinius, Emperor of the East (323), became sole ruler.…
Raffaele Paglialunga • Sermon • • 21 views
I am going to talk to you tonight about apologetics and why it’s important for Christians you know the importance of it. According to Christianity Apologetics & Research Ministry (or CARM for short) this is how they define what apologetics is: Apologetics is the branch of Christianity that deals with…
Shane Robinson • Sermon • • 13 views
Walk in the light 1 John 1:5-10 Introduction: 1. TITLE 2. Our lesson today comes from the 1st epistle of John (toward the back of your bible). a. This short epistle proclaims very loudly that “God is light; God is love; and God is life.” b. The author John is joyfully delighted with his fellowship with…
Kenneth P. McCaulley • Sermon • • 12 views
REMEMBERING OUR VETERANS Veterans Day 2007 Hebrews 12:1-3 (11:32-12:3) Introduction: Today is a day when Americans honor those who have served in the armed forces of this country. As Americans we recognize the spirit of heroism and sacrifice of our military men and women. Beyond that, as Christians we…
One Year Daily Audio Bible
Brian Hardin • Scott Alexander • Sermon • • 11 views
One year. Every day. 365 days through the Bible in community with tens of thousands of others around the globe on the same journey. Broadcast daily from the rolling hills of Tennessee, Nashville based record producer and author Brian Hardin is your guide on the adventure of a lifetime.
Pr. Benjamin Tomczak • Sermon • • 8 views
In the beginning, the Christian Church was almost exclusively Jewish. Controversially, the apostles took the Gospel of the Jewish Jesus to non-Jews. Peter goes to Cornelius. Christians scattered by persecution head to Antioch preaching “to Greeks also.” And Paul: apostle to the Gentiles. Over time, the…
God said He would build His church. This lesson continues reviewing the Beatitudes from Matthew 5 as they relate to the church. What do we need to be like according to the Beatitudes?
The 3 different components of the work of the church are examined: 1) Evangelism, 2) Edification, and 3) Benevolence.
This lesson examines the communion act of worship. What are the emblems used in communion? What do they represent? What is the purpose of communion?
James (Jim) L. Goforth, Jr • Sermon • • 5 views
2011 Easter Series Who Is This? Matthew 21:10-11 I would like to take you back to the passage we looked at 2 weeks ago on Palm Sunday. That event, of course was called “The Triumphal Entry” as Jesus came into Jerusalem before his crucifixion. As I read and studied that account two weeks ago, something…
Patrick Shively • Sermon • • 5 views
Subject: Christian Walk Occasion: Sunday Worship Theme: Running the Race *Date: October 19, 2008 Speaker: Patrick Shively Place: LIFE Com. Church The Race Intr.: Facing challenges 1. Brock and the Shiloh Academy Football Team 2. Play Clip – pass out papers 3. What was holding Brock back? 4. What was…
C.L. Thomas • Sermon • • 5 views
What so important about baptism? “See, here is water, what doth hinder me to be baptized?” (Acts 8:36) Today this question would meet a superabundance of argument and combative dialogue. What is baptism all about? Is baptism really essential to salvation? In order to get the right answer, let’s remove…