Timothy Jones • Sermon • • 22,845 views
We live in a society today that wants us to conform: Conform to what they want and the way they want to live, but I want you to know today that we are called to be different. We are not called to fit in but rather to stand out. SO as Christ followers we are called to stand out not to fit in to the mold…
Prayer So, if you’ve been with us, for the past several weeks we’ve looked at the topic of Baptism... With us making our way through the gospel of John... we came to John the Baptist being called by God to INTRODUCE Jesus Christ to Israel... by water baptizing... AND then we looked into the actual water…
Prayer So this week, we’re actually going to PAUSE from our walk through the gospel of John... and we’re going to stay on this topic that we’ve come across in the 1st chapter of John... Baptism Two weeks ago, we looked at how John the Baptist was sent by God the Father to prepare the way for Jesus Christ...…
Ephesus Baptist Church’s Mission Statement: “Giving our all (Like 9:23) to love God ( Matthew 22: 37 ), love people ( Matthew 22: 38 ), proclaim Jesus ( Acts 1: 8 ), and make disciples ( Matthew 28: 18-20 ).” 1 And he called to him his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to…
I Love My Church
Baptism can unite us rather than divide us. That's one more reason I love my church. Learn more in this week's lesson from Mark Moore's book, Core 52.
Joe Goodale • Cornerstone Bible Church • Sermon • • 6 views • 59:26
This week Joe Goodale presents a teaching on what Cornerstone Bible Church believes as a basis for our Church body. In this presentation we look at Who we are, our Statement of Faith, our mission and values, as well as, a deep look into why we use the catechisms to instill biblical teachings.
Mike Brown • First Christian Church • Sermon • • 6 views • 52:16
God has an amazing plan and you are an important part of that plan!! Find out more in Lesson 4 of our Hot Wheels discipleship series! :)
What is the meaning of Baptism, and what implications does its meaning have on the question of how and to whom it is to be administered?