Scott Hergert • Sermon • • 958 views
Importance of Education Deuteronomy 11:16-25 Every person should know the Bible because of the admonitions given in this passage. Introduction: A young boy once approached his father to ask, "Dad, why does the wind blow?", to which the father responded, "I don't know, son." "Dad, where do the clouds…
Nathan Kuperus • Sermon • • 38 views
Sermon on Romans 15:5-6 Title: Follow the Leader Theme: Christians move together behind Jesus Christ Goal: to motivate Christians to follow Christ together. Need: We may follow but have trouble following together. Outline: Introduction about not being able to follow together 1. Encouraged to follow Jesus…
Skycaptain50 • Sermon • • 25 views
Tonight I am going to finish up my series on the purpose of the church. But first, let’s review the first 5 purposes of the church: WORSHIP MINSTRY FELLOWSHIP EVANGELISM EDUCATION Tonight we focus on education. "The Power of Education" A mother mouse and her three children crept out of their hole into…
The Psalms: Chapter 4
Prayer World Birth and Death Rates Birth Rate • 19 births/1,000 population • 131.4 million births per year • 360,000 births per day • 15,000 births each hour Death Rate • 8 deaths/1,000 population • 55.3 million people die each year • 151,600 people die each day • 6,316 people die each hour Now think…
Outcasts - Luke: a Gospel for the Rejected
Luke's gospel guides us through a day in the life of Jesus at Capernaum, where we find the people amazed at the authority of His preaching and teaching and the authority by which He delivers from darkness and illness. But what's even more amazing is Jesus' compassion for those who are afflicted, showing us that Jesus can address our afflictions, because He has amazing authority and compassion for this task.
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 12 views
Matthew 5:17-48 In last week's text, Matthew 5:13-16, Jesus taught His disciples about their revolutionary mission. They were, and we are to infiltrate society with the gospel message. Our behavior is to be so radically different that we preserve and enlighten our culture and in doing so, bring glory…
The Heart of Translation
The translation of God's message of salvation into the language of the hearer has always been at the center of God's heart as seen at Pentecost.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 10 views
The apostles’ teaching formed the basis of the instruction given to the first Christians. Parts of the NT draw a distinction between preaching and teaching, seeing the former as a means of converting individuals, and the latter as a means of instructing them after conversion.