Michael Ryan Stotler • Laughlin Community Church • Sermon • • 270 views • 33:40
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…
The Church: Who and What is It?
Pastor Jed Johnston • A Place Of Grace • Sermon • • 59 views • 42:34
With today’s topic surrounding the theme of FAMILY, I thought I would begin by introducing my family Picture of my family My Wife My Sons My Daughter We have parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles We have family we are close to, other family not so much FAMILY It spans time, culture, nations, and language……
Pastor Scamman • St. Paul Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 35 views • 11:49
Many people love to think of Jesus as a great moral teacher, but they fail to see that his teachings often make no sense according to human understanding. Jesus’ words offend our ideas of morality and common sense. For example, proverbial wisdom tells us that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.…
Pastor Tyson Bloor • Oak Hill Baptist Church • Sermon • • 27 views • 8:45
Inheritance of the Saints Pastor Tyson Bloor Prison Epistles Prayer; Spiritual Inheritance; Saints of the Most High; Strength; Knowledge of Jesus Christ; Worthy Man Colossians 1:9–14 Walk in a manner worthy of your Inheritance through Jesus Christ our Lord. The Prayer Colossians 1:9 NASB95 For this reason…
박종호 • Sermon • • 24 views
Ephesians "Chosen to be ..."
Anthony Roe • Sermon • • 16 views • 43:05
David Krueger • Sermon • • 15 views
The family of God is a fellowship of born again believers who have the commonality of faith in Jesus Christ and love for each other.
Deacon Serj Harutunian • Sermon • • 7 views
Today is the Memorial of Our Lady of Rosary. The Memorial of Our Lady of Rosary started with Pope Pius V praying the Rosary on October 7 1571, the day of the battle of Lepanto, when he had a vision of the Christian navies had been victorious, over the Turks who had attacked to take over Europe to put…
Philippians- Rejoicing in the Gospel
Steve Houser • Songtan Central Baptist Church (SCBC) • Sermon • • 6 views • 40:19
Historic One Year Lectionary Epistles
Matthew Nelson • Sermon • • 3 views
See how much the Father loves us Why the World Does Not Know Us Who we are and who we will be
The Christian Militant
David Decker • Sermon • • 2 views
Pastors are called to equip the saints. The saints are equiped by the pastors to do the work of ministry and to build up the body of Christ.
John: Life in Christ’s Name
Shaun Marksbury • Living Water Baptist Church • Sermon • • 2 views
How do we pray for the church? Here, Paul tells the Ephesians of his prayers for them, reminding them about God's power so they'll see resources available to them. I hope you’ll see how God works Christ’s resources in our church and how our prayers might be affected by it. Posted at
Peter H. Davids • Peter H. Davids • Sermon • • 1 view
The saints show us differential paths, some "successful" and some "suffering," all arriving at love union with the Triune God and sharing the rule of Jesus. Therefore we should share in their total commitment, reflect on their ways of life, and hope to achieve their final end.
Ephesians: Unity in Christ
Chris Gravning • Sermon • • 1 view
Introduction: Today, we begin a new sermons series, and we will be spending the first part of this year walking through the book of Ephesians “Unity in Christ.” This the book’s major theme, knowing who we are as God’s people, united in Christ. We are united in Christ himself, which is one of the first…