Gus Hernandez Jr • Sermon • • 10,619 views
Introduction: An illustration from P. R. Van Gorder: “Late one night a salesman drove into a strange city and tried to get a room in a hotel. The clerk informed him that there was no vacancy. Disappointed, he started to leave the lobby when a dignified gentleman offered to share his room with him. Gratefully…
Life and Teachings of Jesus
Rev. Lauri Ferring • Sermon • • 945 views
We are called to be ambassadors for Christ. That comes with responsibilities and challenges. The key is to keep our eyes on the true prize.
Graham Grove, Stephen Dunn, Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Discipleship Gold Coast • Sermon • • 390 views • 38:50
How do Christians engage the culture around them? Are we called to stand against it? To fit completely into it? Or to transform it? These three models of interaction have been advocated by various groups over the centuries, but which one is best, or is there some other approach which governs how we interact with the world? Join Graham, Stephen, and Malcolm, along with the people of Renew, to explore this important, but complex topic.
Sunday Morning Worship
CJ Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 317 views • 48:58
The motivations for our message begins to explain why we should evangelize the World.
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 229 views • 46:44
As we step out of a decade, a year gone by, and as we step into 2020; I want you and I to clearly see how God desires, even mandates that you and I should live. This Christmas season we looked at what was entailed in God sending us His Son Jesus Christ. We closed up the various sermons of Acts seeing…
Samuel Stone • Fruitful Life @ Trinity • Sermon • • 200 views • 21:59
Do you know that Jesus prayed for you? I am not asking conceptually that Jesus is praying for us in heaven now, but he literally prayed for you before he went to the cross. John 17 records Jesus’ prayer after the Last Supper. It’s known as his Farewell Prayer or High Priestly Prayer. You are included in that prayer.
Jon Winkelman • Sermon • • 126 views
Introduction Today is our communion Sunday. If you’ve never been with us for a communion service we do things differently than normal. We have some teaching, a song, more teaching, more singing and then the partaking of the elements. Our goal is to focus exclusively on Christ. Who He is and what He has…
Jeff Jones • Sermon • • 108 views
July 4 Message Happy 4th of July Weekend! 228 years ago, our founders declared independence which then took seven long years to fully gain. This weekend, many of us will celebrate with friends, family, fireworks, and barbecues. I have memories growing up of sparklers and homemade ice cream. I hope this…
The Church: Who and What is It?
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 95 views • 40:59
I thought after a roller-coaster week we could use a little light hearted approach. It has both thrilled me and concerned me how Christians have approached this last week: Some have expressed how grateful they are that they know not matter who sits in the oval office… God sits on His throne Others have…
Bill R. Majors • SCIC • Sermon • • 65 views • 56:40
1. Reconciliation Message A. Christ takes our Blame B. Christ gives us His Righteousness 2. Reconciled Sinners A. Love of Christ B. Live for Christ
2 Corinthians: Sufficient Grace
John Mathew • Sermon • • 57 views • 40:26
God wants us to represent His reconciliation ministry. How? We represent by 2 frameworks. (1) We represent by our motivation of Christ (vv11-15) and (2) We represent by our new state in Christ (vv16-21).
Race Relations: A Biblical Perspective On Race
Pastor Justin • Rocky Springs United Methodist Church • Sermon • • 51 views
Steven White • Sermon • • 50 views
You are an ambassador of the Kingdom of God; don't waste your life in the prusuit of sea shells.
Nathan Sehi • Bethel Baptist Church • Sermon • • 44 views • 30:52
COVID-19 Return Introduction: As I said last week, has been a long time since we’ve been able to gather as a church. and I have learned that when we are unable to gather together, there are certain truths to lose their focus. I wanted to take a few weeks to bring us in the remembrance some basics of…
Aaron Bauer • Issaquah Christian Church • Sermon • • 36 views • 28:10
Jesus Christ demonstrated his love for humanity by sacrificially giving his life on the cross and resurrecting from the dead. Because of this incredible act of love, those who are in Christ have become new creations. All of our past mistakes, sins, and miscues have been covered by the blood of Jesus. Our past no longer has the last word and final say over our lives. We have been given a fresh start. Pastor Aaron preaches that we have been reconciled to God and we can give hope to others.
Darren Pepper • Sermon • • 36 views • 27:21
Pancakes Cook 2 pancakes This week sees the start of lent. A time when we remember Jesus time in the wilderness, how he went without food, focused on His Father and has an encounter with satan. The Lenten period starts with Shrove Tuesday (pancake day) and Ash Wednesday. I want to start by cooking pancakes.…
Gospel of Mark: Jesus a life to serve
James Rogers • Sermon • • 33 views
The Ministry work of the Apostles started with the chosing and then the mission
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 30 views
“Jesus Follower of Faith that Expand God’s Kingdom” What place did I use to illustrate a Community Engager? Massia Corner What pushes someone to be a Community Engager? Love There are two type of people that follow Jesus? The crowd and Disciples. Who denied Jesus 3 times? Peter What does a community…
David Milad • Sermon • • 24 views
Olympic Disqualification Kumite - Gold Medal match Saudi v. Iran Saudi was clearly favored fast, sharp, fit knockout kick DQ b/c kick was too hard UNFAIR OR LACK OF DISCIPLINE IN A SPORT that demands DISCIPLINE The heart break of knowing gold was in your grasp and then it slipped away with a drop of…
Prepare to Launch
Matt Redstone • OneChurch • Sermon • • 23 views • 31:06
As we prepare to launch this fall, the final step in making this kickoff the best it can be, we need to spread the word.
The Gospel of Mark
Kasey Campbell • Peoria Foursquare • Sermon • • 20 views • 51:14
Domenic Polistina • Sermon • • 20 views
Members Experience “If you are going to be a police officer, you have to carry a gun. If you carry a gun, you must be willing to point it at someone. If you point a gun at someone, you must be willing to fire it at them. You have to be willing to take their life if necessary. I couldn’t live with myself…
Believe Again: Gospel of John
Joel Kolb • Spring City Fellowship • Sermon • • 19 views • 42:00
Jesus came to restore our human capacity to relate to God. That requires an ability to perceive, understand and function in spiritual reality. We are spiritual beings who have largely forgotten who we really are. Since we are essentially like “fish out of water” when it comes to spiritual reality, we rely on metaphors - things that we understand and can relate to which also help us understand spiritual things. In this passage, we will learn about spiritual reality from Jesus going to the temple, from him talking about new birth and from discussions about heaven and earth.
First Thessalonians Chapter Four
Bill Wenstrom • Wenstrom Bible Ministries • Sermon • • 19 views • 1:05:09
1 Thessalonians 4:12-The Thessalonians Must Live Godly in Relation to the Non-Christian and Support Themselves Financially
Chuck Musselwhite • Sermon • • 17 views
Intro: Read 2 Corinthians 5:18-21 Transition The key idea in this paragraph is reconciliation . Because of his rebellion, man was the enemy of God and out of fellowship with Him. Through the work of the Cross, Jesus Christ has brought man and God together again. God has been reconciled and has turned…