Sermon Series
  • 1. How To Pray

    Contributed on Feb 1, 2006
    based on 99 ratings

    It’s my hope that after this lesson you’ll have a better grasp on what your prayers ought to be like.

    Intro: I think directions are some of the hardest things to follow and hardest things to understand. I’m reminded of this every X-mas when I’m trying to put my kids toys together. It seems like every time I read the directions there’s some key element missing. Or whenever someone gives me more

  • 2. About Baptism

    Contributed on Feb 1, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    We’re going to address that subject and see that baptism, while it’s not something that makes a person a follower of Christ, is an important tool in identifying a person’s relationship w/Jesus.

    Intro: There was a family who lived in rural South Carolina who’d never been to a big city before. They didn’t have a TV and didn’t know much @ anything except for farming. Well, the father decided he wanted to take his family on a special trip. So he bought tickets for them to go to New York more

  • 3. The Assurance Of Salvation

    Contributed on Feb 1, 2006
    based on 94 ratings

    It’s my hope today as we go thru our passage of Scripture that we’ll see some assurances we’re given to demonstrate we belong to Christ; that we’re truly believers.

    Intro: The next time you go to the airport I want you to observe the people that are around you. See if you can tell the difference between the people who have confirmed tickets and those who are on standby. -You may notice that the ones w/confirmed tickets are relaxed, reading newspapers, more

  • 4. The Bible Is The Word Of God

    Contributed on Feb 1, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    In this Scripture we see one of the strongest statements there is for the authenticity, the wealth and the power of the Bible

    Intro: During the Great Depression, there was a man named Yates who lived in Texas and owned a sheep ranch. But his financial situation was so strained he knew it was only a matter of time before he lost everything. -Every day Yates and his family did all they could to keep food on the more