Sermon Series
  • 1. God's Plan, God's Man

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    You cannot understand the world if you don’t understand this man’s story. Abraham is honored as the father of three “religions of the Book” – Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. Today, you can drive by synagogue, mosques, and churches – all of these consider themselves children of Abraham.

    Today, we begin a series dedicated to the life of Abraham, the father of the faith (Romans 4:11b). He’s one of the greatest men to have ever lived. You cannot understand the world if you don’t understand this man’s story. Abraham is honored as the father of three “religions of the Book” – Judaism, ...read more

  • 2. The Challenge Of Fully Trusting God's Word

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    What makes Abraham so great? Abraham didn’t have any followers or disciples and he didn't write any books. He wasn’t a great teacher, politician, or a great warrior. In fact, the only real claim to fame Abraham really has is this: God chose him and made some very special promises to him.

    Today, we continue a series dedicated to the life of Abraham, the father of the faith, the Patriarch who lived 4,000 years ago (Romans 4:11b). Abraham is venerated among Jews, Muslims, and Christians. Yes, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam trace their roots back to this one man. Just how ...read more

  • 3. Father Abraham Had Many Sons

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Did you hear about the 90 year old man who married a 90-year-old women? The couple immediately began looking for house next to an elementary school. That is faith, wouldn’t you agree?

    Hi, I am Scott Maze and have the privilege of serving as pastor. Since we have opened our new building here in North Fort Worth, we have had so many new guests. We are so glad you are here and we invite you to complete the guest card in your worship guide, if you will. Today, we continue our ...read more

  • 4. God's Man, God's Plan

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    How do you manage your anxiety while you wait on God? Rehearse the Promises of God.

    I want to highlight one recent group’s effort at loving our neighbor. Our church family’s month long emphasis is Won’t You Be Our Neighbor? The Key Bible Fellowship Group shared Christ’s love by providing loose change in a nearby laundry mat. They shared Christ’s love through conversations and ...read more

  • 5. And You Thought Your Family Had Probelms

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Faith is the distinguishing mark of the Christian. Did you know that the Christians were called believers before they were ever called Christians? Believers – this is the distinguishing mark of a Christian, is he or she is a believer

    Abraham, Our Spiritual Father We continue to examine the story of Abraham, the father of the faithful. Our story today happens about 4,000 years from our day before Israel exits Egypt in Exodus – does that help you place our story? And even though Abraham lived so long ago, he remains vitally ...read more

  • 6. Laughing At God

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Real faith challenges the status-quo. Real faith says, “I was made for more than this.” Real faith sees past obstacles to a brighter future God has in store for His children.

    We continue our series on Abraham this morning. If you have your Bibles, turn with me to Genesis 18, if you will. As a part of today’s message, we have something special for you. At the end of today’s service, you will be invited to one of several locations in our worship center. Volunteers in ...read more

  • 7. Bargaining With God

    Contributed on May 24, 2021
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    Just as Abraham was an instrument of blessing to the world, you are to be instruments of blessing to the world. Just as Abraham taught His children God’s righteous ways, you are to teach our children God’s righteous ways.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! As believers in Christ, we need not wait until the end of November to be thankful. You and I need to be grateful for God’s righteous goodness all the time. And as we will see over the next few minutes, you and I need to be grateful for God’s justice all the time. ...read more