Sermon Series
  • 1. How To Be Ready

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 137 ratings
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    The key in becoming infectious in our faith is to make sure that we have set apart Christ as Lord in our lives. When we are striving to live under the control of Christ, people will notice and will then ask us to explain the reason for the hope that we h

    How To Be Ready Rev. Brian Bill 2/4/01 It’s fun to compare how life today is different from life 500 years ago. Some of the expressions we use, and the things we do, are based on life in the 1500’s. For instance, did you know that…? • Most people got married in June because they took ...read more

  • 2. What We Are Called To Be

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 156 ratings
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    Jesus uses two metaphors to describe our influence in the world today. As salt, we are to make people thirsty for Jesus. As light, we have the privilege of pointing people to the true light of the world. Our challenge is to make sure we are “out of the

    What We’re Called to Be Rev. Brian Bill 2/11/01 A Peanuts cartoon showed Peppermint Patty talking to Charlie Brown in which she said, “Guess what, Chuck? The first day of school, and I got sent to the principal’s office. It was your fault, Chuck.” Charlie Brown responds, “My fault? How ...read more

  • 3. Participation In The Process

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 17 ratings
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    Since we are God’s method, we need to be aware of God’s process. Sometimes He uses us to cultivate the soil of people’s lives. Other times, we have the opportunity to sow by sharing the gospel message. And, on occasion, we have the privilege of partici

    Participating in the Process Rev. Brian Bill 2/18/01 I want to begin with a test this morning. Q: Before Mount Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain on earth? A: Mount Everest, it just hadn’t been discovered. Q: A child is born in Boston to parents who were both ...read more

  • 4. Discovering Your Style (Part 1)

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 44 ratings
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    One of the keys to participating in evangelism is to figure out how God can use your personality and gifts to make an impact in the lives of others. While Peter was quite confrontational in his approach, Paul utilized a more intellectual line of reasonin

    Discovering Your Style, Part 1 Rev. Brian Bill 2/25/01 Sometimes pastors take some heat for speaking too long. One long-winded minister was preaching away when a woman remembered that she had left the Sunday dinner in the oven. She hastily wrote a note and slipped it to her husband, who was ...read more

  • 5. Discovering Your Style (Part 2)

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 29 ratings
     | 6,408 views

    If you are not confrontational, or struggle with the intellectual style, perhaps you are more comfortable giving your testimony or focusing on the friends God has placed in your life. When the blind man was asked who Jesus was, he simply gave a testimony

    Discovering Your Style, Part 2 Rev. Brian Bill 3/4/01 Now that my 40th birthday is in my rear-view mirror, I’m starting to experience the joy of a marginal memory. I can’t seem to remember all the things I used to. Someone sent me an email recently about three sisters who were all in their ...read more

  • 6. Discovering You Style (Part 3)

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 64 ratings
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    Some people, like the Samaritan woman, are very good at using the invitational approach. They might not be able to give a complete explanation of everything that Christ has done, but they can say, “Come, see a man…could this be the Christ?” Others, like

    Discovering Your Style, Part 3 Rev. Brian Bill 3/11/01 Prayer. The woman in the drama is in desperate need of healing. She needs to know that in spite of all that has happened, she can experience the awesome power of God’s love and grace. There are people just like her all around us. ...read more

  • 7. Telling His Story

    Contributed on May 29, 2003
    based on 94 ratings
     | 30,455 views

    This message will focus on the salvation message in order to help believers learn a gospel presentation they can share with their friends. Believers are also urged to invite their non-Christian friends and family members to this “reaping” service.

    Telling His Story Rev. Brian Bill 3/18/01 I want to begin this morning by reading part of an article written by Bob Greene, a nationally syndicated columnist. “In the hours after the carnage at the school near San Diego—as the sick, too familiar, pit-of-the-stomach feelings returned—the ...read more