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History is “His Story”
Shared by: Chuck Brooks on Mar, 2016
Summary: Some people have said that the subject of History is actually “His Story”…the story of Jesus Christ, the Messiah. From the dawning of time, when our Creator, scooped into the dust of the earth and made man, it’s been all about Jesus.
Jehovah Shalom - God is Peace
Shared by: Paul Basehore on Feb, 2015
Summary: Fear is a self-preservation instinct -- it's designed to protect us from something that may cause us real or imagined harm. But Jesus says in Matthew not to fear death, but to fear God. What's the difference?
Series: Hello, My Name Is
God's Great Rescue Plan (Orphans - Foster Children)
Shared by: Perry Hancock on Jan, 2015
Summary: God's Great Rescue Plan is a sermon about adoption and foster care. The goal is for the church and individual Christians to assume their roles in providing care for orphans.
All In Favor? SAY I..
Shared by: Charlie Roberts on Sep, 2014
Summary: That's gods plan for you..all of them..every spiritual blessing, He has known us..from the beginning By our name, by our image..by our Very own fingerprints Even then.. He saw you blessed and prosperous..because He saw you full of His Grace and favor
The Centrality of Christ
Shared by: Billy Ricks on Feb, 2014
Summary: Second week of the Ephesians Series. God designed the Church to Be Christ centered. If we are Christ centered we will speak well of God and fulfill our purpose.
Does God Like Me?
Shared by: Tom Fuller on Feb, 2014
Summary: Even after you come to know Jesus we often feel that though God may love us because of Jesus, He doesn’t like us very well. Learn the truth about how God feels about you and the destiny He has for you.
Series: Ephesians: Living the Good Life
The Elephant in the Room: Corporate-Vocational Election
Shared by: Chuck Sligh on Feb, 2012
Summary: Election is one of the thorniest, controversial issues among biblical Christians. The 2 main views are Calvinism and Arminianism. But are these the only alternatives? This sermon examines the Corporate-Vocational View of Election.