George Toews • Sermon • • 4,467 views
Honoring Leaders Introduction One of the things I appreciate about Rick Mercer is that he does not discriminate. No matter what your political stripe, you will be mocked and what you do will be held under a microscope. Yet, I also get a sense that even though he mocks political leaders, he also respects…
Joel Mark Lillie • Sermon • • 559 views
Hungry For A Holy God Revelation 4:8-11 describes the worship of God who sits on His throne. Verse 10 tells us that the 24 elders will fall down before him who sits on the throne, and will worship Him forever and ever (cf. Rev 4:8-11). Revelation 5: 7 also describes the 24 elders falling down before…
The Book of 1 Timothy
Joshua Franklin • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 50 views • 38:12
This week Joshua Franklin continues through the Book of 1 Timothy with a teaching from Chapter 4:6-16. In this message, Josh looks at Paul’s encouragement of Timothy and how he should handle those within the church body.
Mike Osthimer • Calvary Chapel Bakersfield • Sermon • • 38 views • 55:35
Like I shared last week. I wish the book of Nehemiah closed with chapter 12 with the Jews who had returned to the city at a great place in their relationship with God. But life doesn’t always finish on a high note. Though in chapter 12 we have the Jews rejoicing with singing and with instruments and even a choir that can be heard miles away. As the book of Nehemiah comes to a close a great question should be dominating our thoughts.How do I apply this book to my own life?
Series on Elijah and Elisha
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 27 views
Elijah and Elisha 13. We are drawing near the end of the story of Elijah. Last time we looked at 2 Kings chapter 1; a story that is not often told. After chapter one comes ……? Chapter two! In chapter two there is a story that is often told; Elijah going up to heaven in a whirlwind, passing his mantle…
As a church we believe that Jesus is the boss, and he has sent us on a mission to be disciple makers. We do that by word, prayer and service. But the task is too big for one or two. That's why we need to raise up the kind of leaders the bible describes, (fruitful, godly ones), in order to see the church be filled with disciple making disciples.
In our family we do individual gifts, BUT the ones we really love are those family gifts! A game that we spend hours talking and laughing A movie we enjoy together for family movie nights A gift that gets us outside doing an activity together Or a gift to go someplace and create memories The individual…