Jason Klebes • Sermon • • 537 views
Broken yet Chosen Have you ever felt like you were good enough? Like a failure? Like maybe you don’t live up to everyone else expectation? like maybe you have just been passed over? Or maybe things will just keep on going this same way and nothing will ever change? Often times we judge by the outside.…
Pastors Jess Champers & Jeremy Chambers • Living Hope • Sermon • • 99 views • 40:22
Pastor Jess takes a first person look at what it must have been like for the apostle Peter to have been called by Jesus, taught by Jesus, failed him and then restored. This is God’s purpose for the cross and resurrection.
Jeff Jones • Sermon • • 88 views
Twisted The Contortion of Christian Converting Jeff Jones, Senior Pastor September 21/23, 2007 Matthew 5:14-16 Today in our Twisted Series we are going to do something a lot different than normal, because today we are talking about evangelism. Isn’t that a great word, evangelism? Today we aren’t just…
Introduction Illustration: Batman Begins — to know someone you must know where they come from We all have a back story as it were Illustration: losing it on Paul Pepin—there was more to the story In fact, there was more to my story Last Week : Story is powerful, there is a battle raging over which story…
Introduction: What if I told you that there is one thing that shapes everything about you? What you desire. What you hope for. The decisions that you make. The people you choose to be around. The person you married. How you relate to you children. The career path you took. The things that drive you.…
Jon Good • Sermon • • 80 views
The Power of Story John 5:24 / Luke 5:12-15 / 1 Corinthians 14:6-12 Introduction: I want to do an activity this morning and I need your help. What I want to do is to show a word on the screen behind me and then I want you to turn to your neighbor and say the first word that comes to your mind. Your response…
Unstoppable: A Study of Acts
Brian Magnuson • Vaughn Hill Church • Sermon • • 70 views • 38:59
We all have a story to tell. You might not believe it, but it's true. We have a story about who we are, how we got where we are, and about the people around us. As Christians we have an important part of that story and it's how we came to know God and became follower's of Christ. We see from scripture, that sharing that our own story of God can help others come to know Him.
After a couple of weeks of living under the oppression of the pandemic, with statewide lockdown and social distancing, we have a different appreciation of what Palm Sunday was like in the first century Israel. It was a turbulent time in Israel, and they were looking for the Messiah to bring them stability. Jesus had a message for them but he used the greatest art form to deliver the message. We need to learn this art form to make our message impactful. Let's take a look...
Colin Cameron • Sermon • • 56 views • 9:59
Suspending part of what we know allows us to enter into this story more fully. It isn't a case of parking our brain, it is a case of entering into stories like children -- the best way to learn about God.
Paul Tinker • Sermon • • 52 views
I stand before you excited, Excited because today I get to play a very active role in God’s plan, Today, I will preach the Gospel, Today I have the opportunity to speak to you about the greatest story ever told, Today I speak to you about God’s redemptive plan. I want to start off by saying that; I see…
God's Story, My Story
Ben Miller • Sermon • • 45 views
And they compelled a passerby, Simon of Cyrene, who was coming in from the country, the father of Alexander and Rufus, to carry his cross. And they brought him to the place called Golgotha (which means Place of a Skull). And they offered him wine mixed with myrrh, but he did not take it. And they crucified…
Andrew Ames Fuller • Sermon • • 42 views • 13:25
Easter 3C: Uses RCL lectionary texts. Gives fresh meaning to Christ's call to "follow me," and connects this with both the mission of the Church in everyday life and the Eucharistic celebration. Meant as a 10-minute Eucharistic sermon.
Over the next four weeks, we’re going to begin this jubilant celebration, or “exultation,” with a series of portraits of our Risen Lord. Join us as we take a look back through the Old Testament at the grand story of the bible and look at the promise of the Great Rescuer, who would come to crush Satan’s power and deliver his people from their bondage. And take this next month to focus your mind and your conversations on the imperishable hope we have in our resurrected and reigning King of Kings!
I Love to Tell The Story
Introduction The Most Familiar Verse in the Bible Taught to children in Sunday School Whispered to love ones on death beds Appears in crowds at athletic events Known by more people than any other Bible verse Why John 3:16 Is a Text for Us All Contains love enough for us all Contains sacrifice enough…
John Ramos • Park City Baptist Church, Park City, MT • Sermon • • 10 views • 46:09
Have you ever felt the pressure to hide your relationship with Jesus and not shine the light of Christ? In this sermon, pastor John walks us through a very familiar teaching of Jesus that is applicable for us today. We all are reflecting something, either Jesus or culture...which one is it?