Michael Stark • Sermon • • 6,229 views
“God [asked Adam], ‘Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten of the tree of which I commanded you not to eat?’”  The first question God asked of the man was, “Where are you” [GENESIS 3:9]? The man’s response was the first indication that things had changed for the first couple. Adam said,…
Doug Marks • Sermon • • 341 views
Resurrection Sunday ‘09 Power of the Cross—Power of the Resurrection Everything Drama—Cardboard Testimonies 4-12-09 The Two greatest events in history converged on this weekend that we remember and celebrate · The power of the cross- the victory of the Resurrection · It’s why we can be FORGIVEN— we’re…
Renewing Our Love For Jesus
Jesus didn’t die to reform you, He didn’t die to make you a better person. You can’t reform a dead man, you can’t make a dead man a better person. Jesus died for you in order to give you LIFE.
While You Were Sleeping
Asleep At The Wheel Driving is a complex task with many working parts. The driver’s awareness can significantly impact both long and short commutes. Our life as believes requires the same amount of alertness as we navigate through life. Sleep is defined as a regularly recurring condition of body and…
Most Christians are frustrated, discouraged, and defeated because they do not know and apply the fantastic truths taught in Romans 6 . If you will learn these truths and apply them, you will feel victorious in your Christian walk. I. Three Phases of Your Salvation 1. Justification Justification is being…
Chris Hodges • Sermon • • 39 views
Text: Acts 2.37-38 Thesis: To prove that one must be baptized in order to access the grace of God whereby the blood of Jesus Christ cleanses him/her of sins. Introduction: (1) Baptism is one of the most controversial religious subjects. (2) One said, “Baptism is put at the door of the church to keep…
Robin • Sermon • • 37 views
Intro I like it when things are complete. One of my pet peeves is when I order something, to find out there are parts missing. The other day Jenny ordered some books and when the box came, they sent all the books we ordered but one wrong book. That is frustrating! The order was not complete. I like complete…
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. What is the church? People, not a place A people called out of the world to worship God We see…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 31 views
But God . . . (Ephesians 2:4-9) Introduction A Buddhist Monk strode into a Zen pizza parlor (do we have those in Eaton? I don’t think I’ve seen one. Probably only in LA). Anyway, this Buddhist Monk strode into a Zen pizza parlor and said, “Make me one with everything on it.” When he got his order, he…
Pastor Matt Smith • In Christ Church • Sermon • • 22 views • 38:29
Your Testimony Matters. Pastor Matt's sermon on how our testimony can affect others. The differences between how Mary, John, and Peter processed and reacted to seeing the empty tomb.
Plan of Salvation
Is there a link between baptism and salvation? What is baptism? Why should someone be baptized? Who should be baptized?
God is Big Enough
Matthew Kratz • Sermon • • 15 views
In Colossians 2:11-15, the Apostle Paul shows three ways how "God is Big Enough to Conquer our sin". In Christ, the debt of sin is fully paid, and we have: 1) Complete Salvation (Col. 2:11–12), 2) Complete Forgiveness (Col. 2:13-14), and 3) Complete Victory (Col. 2:15).
Guy Smith • Sermon • • 13 views
Slide 1: Title We wanted you to see the story of the Bible. The timeless story recorded in scripture of God reaching down to us. That’s what the Bible is, not a record of men creating a God or even seeking God, but a record of a God who loves us so much he couldn’t let us sit in the darkness and die,…
Christopher Hux • Sermon • • 10 views
The Beauty of Baptism 05 Aug 07 Acts 2:22-42; 1 Corinthians 15:1-8; Romans 6:1-9; Colossians 2:9-12 Thomas Campbell and his son, Alexander Campbell were both ministers in the Presbyterian Church in Europe. Thomas sailed over to America in 1807. Two years later his son, Alexander, followed with the rest…
Jonathon David Riopel • Sermon • • 9 views
I. The Greatness of the Roman Epistle A. Augustine- he was born 354 A.D. in N. Africa. Monica-mother who was Christian. Father was unsaved. Came from poverty but had good education. They moved to Carthage (N. African capital). He had illegitimate son. He then went to orgies and felt guilty. He went to…
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Motivations for Fidelity Colossians 2:6-15 By the time Paul wrote this letter to the church in Colossae the city itself was small and it has been said that it is the least important city which received a letter from Paul. While we don’t know when it was founded there are records from the 5th century…