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Contributed on Jun 10, 2021
Joy and sorrow meet at the feet of Jesus. Let us bow before Him today.
Where Joy and Sorrow Meet Introduction Longfellow: Ah, how good it feels! The hand of an old friend. We rejoice in the faces of old friends we see today, and we are grateful to meet new friends as well. We are sorrowful at the faces who are no longer here, many now with the Lord. Our experience ...read more
Contributed on Jun 3, 2021
Christians should always be in the habit of building up!
- BUILDING UP ONE ANOTHER - Members of One Another Romans 12:4-5 Introduction Daniel Richard wrote, “We are living in a self-serving, self-centered, and self-obsessed modern day rush-rush society filled with negativity and constant tearing down of others…." Between social media bullying ...read more
Contributed on May 30, 2021
Everyone faces storms in their life. Sometimes these storms are life-altering, sometimes they seem impossible to overcome. Many of the greatest heroes of the Bible went through sustained storms that challenged their faith.
-ACTS OF DISCIPLESHIP- DISCIPLES ENDURE STORMS TOGETHER Acts 27:14-36 Introduction Everyone faces storms in their life. Sometimes these storms are life-altering, sometimes they seem impossible to overcome. Death, disease, marriage problems, financial problems, loss of income, disappointment, ...read more
Contributed on May 20, 2021
I love the church. Because I’m imperfect and I’m a part of the church, the church as we see it is imperfect. But I still love the church.
ACTS OF DISCIPLESHIP DISCIPLES LOVE THE CHURCH TOGETHER Acts 20:18-38 Introduction I love the church. Because I’m imperfect and I’m a part of the church, the church as we see it is imperfect. But I still love the church. Karl Vater : four main reasons why we should love the church -Jesus Loves ...read more
Contributed on May 13, 2021
Churches are composed of people from every perspective, heritage, and history. The diversity of people in each church leads to conflicting views on everything.
Acts of Discipleship Disciples Overcome Differences Acts 15:1-18 Introduction Dr. Debra Dupree wrote, “Anytime two people come together, there are likely to be differences in their beliefs, expectations, attitudes, concerns, hopes, and values.” In every group of people that we have been a part ...read more
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Contributed on Feb 26, 2010
JERRY KRAMER: OVERCOMING From the age of 5 Jerry was the victim of a series of strange and agonizing accidents. While holding an axe overhead, it slipped and cut a cleft into his chin. While a sophomore in high school, he backed into an electric lathe. When he was 17, he had an accident with a ...read more
Contributed on Jan 9, 2010
In an effort to attract the unchurched, some churches have considered translating their unfamiliar terminology into familiar football phrases: *Blocking: Talking endlessly to the preacher at the church door and keeping everyone else from exiting. *Extra Point: What you receive when you tell ...read more
Contributed on Oct 16, 2007
A little city in Mexico was fed up with all of the late night revelry and noise from thousands of people late into the night during the summer. So their answer was to create a law to put a decibel limit on urban noise levels. Unfortunately this disrupted a noise that has been heard in that city for ...read more
Contributed on May 9, 2003
I heard about a little boy sitting on his front steps with his face cradled in his hands, looking so forlorn. His dad came home just then & asked him what was wrong. The little boy looked up & said, "Well, just ...read more
Contributed on May 9, 2003
I heard about a missionary who was trying to stir up interest to get people to go to a foreign country to preach the gospel. At the end of the service a woman dragging a little boy behind her, told the missionary, "I just feel like God is calling me to be a missionary." "He is, ...read more