St. Patrick's Day / Missions
Shared on: Mar 10, 2016
On this Saint Patrick's Day, we take a moment to redeem the day, and the memory of the man for whom it is named. Though much of the history has been lost to social constructs or obscured by time, there was once a man named Patrick. And today, we remember his mission: to bring the gospel to a people, desperate for good news.
Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Mar 27, 2002
Patrick role modeled for the Christian community what it means to be a hero of the faith. His attitude in life showed us how to over come in this world. The key was draw closer to God. He also taught us that we have to follow the call of God because it wi
Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Oct 18, 2006
This message was written as part of a mission emphasis series. It fits well into a purpose of the church series also. It depicts that the Church is to be on mission for and with Jesus because of who He is and because of what He does.
Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Mar 15, 2010
Patrick role modeled for the Christian community what it means to forgive others. He also taught us that we have to follow the call of God because it will make a difference in this world. He became a hero by winning the Irish to Jesus Christ.
Contributed by Scott Bayles on Mar 14, 2012
Saint Patrick's Day wasn't originally a celebration of beer, leprechauns and all things Irish. Rather, it's supposed to be a celebration of Saint Patrick sharing the Christian faith with Ireland. This alliterated sermon encourages Christian to follow his