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Sermon I: The Need for Biblical Evangelism Introduction A. Introduction to Entire Series 1. Definition of Biblical, God-Centered Evangelism: “God’s Messenger, proclaiming God’s Message, to God’s World, for God’s Purpose, by God’s appointed means, through God’s Power.” B. What is the need for evangelism?…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 323 views
God calls and sends out his people into the world. All believers are called to share the good news of the gospel, though some are specially commissioned by God, confirmed by the church and compelled by the gospel message to missionary service.
To Every Creature
Courage to Share your Faith 1 Corinthians 9:16-27 Introduction: All Christians know we ought to share our faith, yet even with this knowledge we still struggle to do so consistently. 1. The command to share our faith were the last words of our Risen Saviour. And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying,…
Discovering the Church
Barry G. Johnson, Sr. • Sermon • • 121 views • 54:48
Coming to the end of Paul's first missionary journey the brethren are strengthened and Paul and Barnabas return to Antioch the beginning of their journey.
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Paul, previously known as Saul, had been a zealous persecutor of the church, but an encounter with the risen Christ (c. a.d. 35) led to his becoming the apostle to the Gentiles, with a mission to proclaim the gospel throughout the Gentile world. He was probably martyred during the persecutions of Nero, possibly in a.d. 67.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 81 views
Scripture provides teaching, supported by examples, concerning when believers should witness, the methods they are to use, and the manner of doing it.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 51 views
Evangelism arises from a natural response to the grace of God, a concern for those who have yet to hear the good news and a desire to be faithful to the great commission to bring the good news to the ends of the earth. Evangelism is guided and directed by the Holy Spirit.
Go and Tell
Dallas Airport’s Soul Winner A businessman landed at the Dallas airport and realized he had one hour and 20 minutes before his next plane connection. He thought, How can I be used of the Lord here? He had a supply of Gospel tracts with him. He inserted one of his business cards inside each tract. Then…
Shane Robinson • Sermon • • 44 views
Evangelism from Paul’s perspective Romans 1:14-16 Introduction: 1. This morning I want to look at evangelism from the perspective of the apostle Paul. a. Although Paul is never called an evangelist, he truly was! b. If you know about the conversion of Paul (Acts 9; 22; 26), you know that he was on his…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 32 views
Christian witnessing is made effective through the empowering, strengthening and guiding of the Holy Spirit. Witnessing is an aspect of spiritual warfare, and believers need supernatural aid to face Satan’s opposition.
Philippians - Joy for the Journey
Introduction A number of years ago Al Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, described how medical schools in Canada were no longer accepting pro-life students into their programs. If a prospective student is not willing to perform abortions once they become a doctor, they will not…
The Book of Acts
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 17 views
How can we get ready for our final good-bye? 1. Receive our ministry for God's Word (vs. 22-24). 2. Recognize the value of God's Word (vs. 25-27). 3. Remember the urgent need for God's Word (vs. 28-31).
David Madden • Sermon • • 16 views
Encountering Jesus Acts 9:1-31 Big Idea: Jesus will grow His church by sovereignly choosing those who are saved, and using those He chooses. I. Introduction A. Secular – said that God works in mysterious ways B. Biblical 1. Examples: a. Moses – murderer, fearful, poor speaker = deliverer b. Rahab – prostitute…
The Gospel According to Luke
When and Where to Witness To Family As he was getting into the boat, the man who had been possessed with demons begged him that he might be with him. And he did not permit him but said to him, “Go home to your friends and tell them how much the Lord has done for you, and how he has had mercy on you.”…
Jerrie W. Barber • Sermon • • 13 views
Lead Me to Some Soul Today Matthew 28:16-20 Introduction: A. What is the mission of the church? 1. What is the church? Ephesians 1:22,23; Colossians 1:18 2. That was His mission? Luke 19:10; 1 Timothy 1:15; 1 Timothy 3:14,15; Philippians 2:14-16 B. In this world-wide mission, the emphasis is on the individual.…
Fellowship Sunday 2018: New Growth
David Horita • Mountainview Church Whitehorse • Sermon • • 12 views • 19:46
Introduced several years ago and continued at the request of churches across the Pacific region, Fellowship Sunday is a time for our churches to learn more about the greater family that we are a part of. Today, we receive a challenging message based on the Book for Acts, from our Regional Director, David Horita.
Samuel Valencia • Sermon • • 11 views
Samuel Valencia, B.A. Biblical Studies Sermon November 9, 2008 Good Shepherd Church (EBP) TITTLE The Unconvertible THESIS STATEMENT No one is out of God’s Reach MAIN PASSAGE Romans 1:16 Philippians 3:4-11 INTRODUCTION Our goal at the Good Shepherd Church is to give Jesus. This is in obedience to the…
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Introduction: Mark 16:15 cf. Matthew 28:19 I. The Witness of the Body A. The Beginning 1. God Has Desired To Communicate With Humanity, To Manifest His Truth. a) His Crowning Act of Communication Was Sending Jesus Christ Into The World. After His death & resurrection, Christ ascended into heaven & is…
About Our Father's Business
As we commit to be about our Father’s business - together, as a local church - we recognize that God has called us to our neighbors AND the nations. We must be fueled by the power and strategy of the Holy Spirit to follow the Lord!
7 Powerful Conversations
We’ve noted earlier in this series, that our culture is changing rapidly! Canada, like most Western countries is moving toward a post-Christian society. Upcoming generations have been jaded by the tradition of institutional church. And with a rising immigrant population, Western Christianity is being challenged to adjust it’s techniques to reach the lost. Thankfully, the Apostle Paul was a cultural chameleon, giving us some great instruction on how to shift as our culture shifts.