Sermon Series
  • 1. "The First Christian Fellowship"

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2011

    What was there about the early church that gave it the strength, enthusiasm, & unity to face incredible odds & outlast strong opposition in its conquest of the hearts & lives of those around them?

    “The First Christian Fellowship” Pastor Allan H. Kircher Sermon series: God’s vision and power for Shell Point. Acts 2:42-47 The early church, as recorded in the Book of Acts, was a dynamic, growing church that turned the world of its day upside down! In spite of more

  • 2. Dead Hypocrites

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    How many times do we sing All to Jesus I Surrender…but not come back to church for just the slightest excuse.Or, Sweet Hour of Prayer, knowing we haven’t prayed 10 minutes!? Or, sang a special for our own glory and not the Lord’s? Or, debated about the

    “Dead Hypocrites” Acts 4:32-37; 5:1-11 Pastor Allan H. Kircher Sermon Series; Acts Introduction The story of Ananias and Sapphira illustrates a recurring theme in Luke's writings in his gospel as well as the Acts of the Apostles. The recurring theme is hypocrisy and God's outrage more

  • 3. "All About The Holy Spirit "

    Contributed on Jul 11, 2011
    based on 9 ratings

    A powerful preacing message of the role of the Holy Spirit as Peter preached to Cornelius and the Gentiles.

    Pastor Allan Kircher Acts 10:36-43 “All about the Holy Spirit” Acts series: God’s Vision and Power for Shell Point Baptist. Introduction: As we continue in the Book or Acts let’s refresh our memory: The church had been founded on the Day of Pentecost. • It more

  • 4. "Through The Iron Gate"

    Contributed on Aug 12, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    Discovering the power of prayer in our lives.

    “Through the Iron Door” Pastor Allan Kircher SPBC Date: Aug 14th, 2011 Scripture: Acts 12:1-30 Introduction: "Have you ever experienced a 'dead end' in life?" • Have you ever been faced with a problem that you just knew was impossible to solve? • Have you ever more