The Church of Generation Z! Summary: 2000/2001-Present - New Silent Generation or Generation Z 1980-2000 - Millennials or Generation Y 1965-1979 - Generation X 1946-1964 - Baby Boom 1925-1945 - Silent Generation 1900-1924 - G.I. Generation The Silent Generation or Generation Z that is anyone born after…
Pastor Kevin Brown • Kevin T. Brown • Sermon • • 70 views
Are we really saved? The words of the prophet Jeremiah makes a distictive connection between a passing harvest and our salvation. It is time for a God moment, for a fresh awakening of the Body of Christ to the passing harvest.
Introduction The struggle to live called by God. When I first read the bible I struggled with the thought of trying to be like Jesus, to live my life by his commands. “If you love me, keep my commands. Jesus is asking me to keep His commands, this is the proof that I love Him. Think about this, have…
Richard Wardman • New City Church Milton Keynes • Sermon • • 55 views
What is church all about? That's a good question, isn't it!? If you're a Christian and go church, you might wonder about that from time to time. Or if you're not yet a Christian and don't normally go to church, you might find the whole idea of church to be something of a mystery. The Greek word for church…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 42 views
Judges 4:4 "Deborah, a woman who was a prophet and the wife of Lappidoth, was judging Israel at that time." (HCSB) In America, there are three branches of government: the executive, the legislative and the judicial. This system of government allows for a division of responsibility and a separation of…
Apostle BMAN • Sermon • • 38 views
Right at the very beginning of creation God gave man authority in the garden. Satan through deception robbed man of his god-given authority on earth. Ever since then man has lived in bondage to sin. When Jesus said, it is finished; He completed the work of regaining the authority that man had lost. He…
Morris Guiendon • Sermon • • 34 views
Introduction You are not made to be restrained by the restrictions of this world. The frustration that some of us feel at times stems from the fact that our spirit man knows there is more inside of us than our natural minds will allow. The enemy of your soul works diligently at trying to infuse just…
Greg Garbutt • Sermon • • 32 views
Introduction Introduction of Myself You only ever get one chance to give your first sermon as senior pastor of a church, so I asked God for help, to point me in the direction of what I should talk about. He gave me some really good direction, and I’ll tell you about that later in the sermon. Coach -…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 30 views
1 Kings 21:1-4 “So Ahab went to his palace resentful and angry, because of what Naboth the Jezreelite had told him. He had said, “I will not give you my fathers’ inheritance.” He lay down on his bed, turned his face away, and didn’t eat any food.” (HCSB) What a pretty picture this is! Ahab, the King…
Felix Velasquez-Reyes • Sermon • • 29 views
El triunfo de Cristo sobre Satanás en la cruz del Calvario significa que nosotros también poseemos ese mando. Todo cristiano que vive bajo la autoridad de Dios tiene derecho a asumir el mando y a tomar su parte del mundo. Tiene la autoridad y el derecho legal de decirle al diablo (y a sus demonios) a donde tienen que ir y lo que tienen que hacer.
The Gospel of Mark: Jesus the King
Introduction 1. Jesus Cursed the Fig Tree a. It was a prophetic object lesson about where hypocrisy leads. b. It was a symbol for Israel, they appeared healthy, but they were fruitless. 2. Mark's Sandwich a. Mark wrapped the two episodes of the cursing of the fig tree and the discovery of the withered…
Pastor Matt Smith • In Christ Church • Sermon • • 22 views
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.
Ordinary People: Radical Joy
Jeremy Norton • MountainviewWhitehorse • Sermon • • 22 views
In this world we’re bombarded with temptation to focus on ourselves. Our status, popularity, career, authority, position, wealth, security, time, race, nationality, sexuality, feelings, thoughts, identity. All of these used by Satan to bring our focus off of Jesus and onto ourselves. Religious Leaders were bringing a works-based teaching into the Philippian church. Match this with a Philippian culture striving for status and position, it was a recipe for disaster. Paul addresses the problem.
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 22 views
James 3:1-12 In the previous section, James downplays the importance of our words in favor of our actions. Primarily because, it is our actions, that prove we believe what we say we believe. Lest we begin to think then, that our words are unimportant, James uses this section of his epistle to underscore…