GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 9,514 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Professor Gordon Rupp, the British historian, was asked how the church could survive the decades of persecution and communist propaganda in Russia. His answer was, "It's largely due to grandparents." The communists made the big mistake of thinking that because the church was only…
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Scripture Portion: Acts 9:1-22 A subtitle for this study would be “What God can do with a man”, for in 1 Timothy 1:16 Paul speaks of his conversion as “an example for those who would believe on him…” The word ‘example’ is a very interesting one. The Greek word conveys the idea of a pencil sketch which…
Jeff Stephens • Sermon • • 1,131 views
1 Thess. 3:6-10 Praying for the Success of others Intro Paul had been anxious to hear how the believers in Thessalonica were doing. He had sent Timothy to help them remain firm in the faith. The last thing on his mind was that they had turned away from Christ. He was greatly encouraged when he finally…
Corey Howse • Sermon • • 523 views
NOT EASILY BROKEN “II TIMOTHY 3:10-12 10 But thou hast fully known my doctrine, manner of life, purpose, faith, longsuffering, charity, patience, 11 Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto me at Antioch, at Iconium, at Lystra; what persecutions I endured: but out of them all the Lord delivered me.…
Una Iglesia Ejemplar
Introducción Testimonio de un salvavidas: salvó a unas 6 personas, pero ninguna le pidió que lo hiciera... Los hombres cuando no quieren pedir direcciones. La Epístolas Pastorales 1 y 2 Timoteo, Tito 1 Timoteo y Tito son paralelas 2 Timoteo es la última carta que escribió el apóstol Pablo. La Primera…
Peter Lockery • Sermon • • 390 views
THE CHALLENGE TO BE FAITHFUL 2 TIMOTHY 1:8-12 INTRODUCTION One of the most popular shows on TV at the moment, so the ratings tell us, is “The Biggest Loser” · Why it is so popular is a great mystery to me…. But I know that one of my daughters watches it every week…. Apparently last week one of the guys…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 238 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease The Chinese once started to kill all the sparrows because they were eating so much rice and seed. They reasoned that this was a waste and they would be better off without them. But then they discovered they were losing more food without them than with them. The birds not only ate…
Introduction Today we are starting something new. We are going to work our way through the book of Philippians. I know for some of you the Idea of working through books is really tedious and/or boring. But I prefer it for many reasons. One, we get to look at the bible as it was written. Two, it forces…
Over the past few months, my desire has been to teach from passages of the bible that I believe are especially relevant to our situation today. These past months have been trying in many ways with the virus, shut-downs, isolation, riots, looting, political fighting, and more. People have had fear about…
Toward a Gospel-Centered Church
John Ramos • Park City Baptist Church, Park City, MT • Sermon • • 92 views • 38:01
In this sermon, pastor John shares with us what itmeans to be rooted in Jesus. As Jesus followers we need to be growing in the right direction in service to God, to the glory of God to reach others with the message Jesus. All we do should be rooted in Jesus and the message of reconciliation.
Fall Kick-Off Message (Harrison Kwok & Adam Barrett)
Fall Kick-Off Sunday 1. Next Series Promo - "7 Powerful Questions" 2. Ministry Promo - Meet Our Ministry Leaders 3. Community Group Promo - Harrison Kwok 4. Encouraging Boldness In Our Youth (1 Timothy 4:6-16) - Adam Barrett
7 Powerful Conversations
Volunteerism is an essential component to fulfilling the mission of the church. Unfortunately, too often we volunteer without considering our gifting and calling. Soon our good intentions turn to feelings of obligation, then lack of fulfilment sets in, which always causes problems. In Acts 16, Paul finds a young man named Timothy who had significant leadership gifts. Timothy answer God’s call to lead and became one of the youngest leader of leaders the church has ever seen.
We live in a world of "I think..." and "I feel..." when it comes to eternity. Western culture promotes this idea that, "we're all on different roads that lead to the same place" and that, "we'll all make it in the end." This inclusivity mindset works as long as we don't go looking for absolute truth. This works as long as we ignore what the Bible offers; a very exclusive plan where Jesus is the only way into eternal life.
Kokkee Ng • Sermon • • 58 views
Do Your Best! 2 Timothy 2:15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth. Paul’s second letter to Timothy is one of my favourite books in the Bible ever since I became a Christian. It was a letter from an old and…
Gone fishing Fishing story with Matt Red Herrings in the Early Church Protesting Protestant Protesting Paul’s Last Testament Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing The Unchained Gospel Finding Christ’s Faithfulness
The Book of Acts
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 39 views
How can we be the church God wants us to be? 1. We must make sacrifices for our Savior (vs. 1-3). 2. We must have spiritual strength (vs. 4-5). 3. We must stay in step with God's guidance (vs. 6-10). 4. We must speak about our Savior (vs. 11-15).
Ordinary People: Radical joy
Jeremy Norton • Mountainview Church Whitehorse • Sermon • • 34 views • 32:21
The Apostle Paul desperately wanted to return to Philippi. Unfortunately, his imprisonment in Rome prevented him. As Paul looked around, it was an easy choice to Timothy, a man who was proven worthy for the task of Church Leadership.
Paul’s strategically placed travelogue includes Timothy and Epaphroditus. These men are held up as Christlike examples worth watching and following - living out the Gospel and characteristics building up to this passage.
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The Secret of Our Power to Love Legend has it that a wealthy merchant traveling through the Mediterranean world looking for the distinguished Pharisee, Paul, encountered Timothy, who arranged a visit. Paul was, at the time, a prisoner in Rome. Stepping inside the cell, the merchant was surprised to find…