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In his book, The Pursuit of Excellence, Ted Engstrom opens with a folk tale gleaned from the North American High Plains Indians. The story tells of a warrior who found an eagle’s egg that had tumbled out of its nest. Curious about what would happen, he took the egg and placed it in the next of a Prairie…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 1,078 views
The process by which believers are conformed to the likeness of Jesus Christ, especially in relation to obedience to and trust in God. Through the Holy Spirit, God refashions believers in the image of his Son, who is set before them as a model of the form of the redeemed life.
The Marks of a Faithful Disciple
Introduction How many of you have ever gone through the ordeal of teaching your teenage child how to drive? It’s nerve wracking isn’t it? Well, let’s be clear about it… it’s not only nerve wracking for the parent, it’s nerve wracking for the teen as well. [am I right?] I can recall being scared to death…
Las marcas de un discípulo fiel
Introducción ¿Cuántos de ustedes han pasado por la terrible experiencia de enseñarle a conducir a su hijo adolescente? Es estresante, ¿no es así? Bueno, seamos claros al respecto ... no es solo una angustia para los padres, sino también una angustia para los adolescentes. Recuerdo que me sentí muerto…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 315 views
The content of discipleship is most clearly seen in the Christian’s relationship to Jesus Christ. But this also affects a person’s relationship to God the Father, the cross, the church and the world.
Intro It has been a great challenge looking at what Jesus has to say about being a true disciple over the past few weeks. I hope you are encouraged to be walking with Him, following Him every day. Learning from Him, Loving Him, Loving on another, Loving the World, and Living in Obedience. Today, we are…
Mitch Marlowe • Sermon • • 184 views
Cultivating Many of you grew up understanding what it meant to have a garden or perhaps even to work a farm. You fully understood that in working that land, you had to work the soil so that seeds could be sown, plants could grow and the crops could be harvested. You had to cultivate the land. Cultivation…
Graham Grove, Stephen Dunn, Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Church Gold Coast - Robina • Sermon • • 133 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.
Be Somebody's Miracle
Mitch Marlowe • Sermon • • 85 views
Introduction I was driving the other day to make a visit and heard a song on the radio that I had never heard. It was a simple song that was called Be Somebody’s Miracle. It was performed by the gospel group Brian Free and Assurance. I had to look up the words and as I did, I was moved with their simplicity.…
What seek ye? When Jesus begins calling his disciples at the very start of his ministry we have a very intreging excghange that takes place. We are all familier with Jesus calling Peter, I will make you fishers of men”. But i want to draw your attention to another exchgange, one with very powerful implications…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 39 views
Jesus Christ sets his disciples an example, especially in servanthood, self-denial and endurance of suffering, so that they may become like him.
Elder David T Collum • Sermon • • 35 views • 52:25
1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death. 3 For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh,…