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The early church "gathered together to break bread." Why was this activity so critical to them and what can it mean to us?
Scripture: Acts 20:7-20:12
Adam’s sin had a terrible effect on mankind. Romans even says that his sin made us sinners. What does that mean?
Series: Players In The Passion
Scripture: Romans 5:10-5:19
Can God supply all your needs? The Disciples struggled with that idea... and so do many of us. Why do we have such a hard time trusting God in this and how can we learn to believe Him more?
Series: Meeting With Jesus
Scripture: Mark 8:1-8:21
Even when you feel alone, God has not left you.
Contributor: Dennis Rhoads (4 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 19:1-19:8
Tags: Promises Of God
The Prodigal Son was hungry but he couldn’t even eat the filth of the world. His only hope was to go home. Jesus is waiting for you to come home.
Contributor: James May (754 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 15:11-15:24
Tags: Descriptions Of God
I got concerned that every time I took communion, I might be risking my life. What would happen if I ate the bread or drank the cup in an "unworthy manner"?
Contributor: Dan Erickson (63 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 11:17-11:34
Tags: Lord's Supper
This message brings a word of hope in the midst of devastation. God can restore what the locust has eaten.
Contributor: Marilyn Murphree (236 sermons shared)
Tags: Men's Day
James says the tongue is a filthy and foul organ of the body. But Proverbs 15 tells us that that very tongue has ability to do mighty things for God. What does Proverbs tell us are the good things we can use this muscle to do?
Series: A Word To The Wise
Scripture: Proverbs 15:1-15:8
Contributor: Roddy Chestnut (132 sermons shared)
Scripture: Deuteronomy 8:1-8:10
Jesus wept....but do you know why? Presented at Thanksgiving as a look of why we should be thankful that we follow a God that would weep.
Contributor: Dean Kennedy (6 sermons shared)