Sermon Series
  • 1. That I May Know Him

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    How should the Gospel impact our daily lives?

    That I May Know Him Colossians 1:1-12 We are beginning a sermon series through the book of Colossians on Sunday mornings. The apostle Paul wrote this wonderful book. It is known as a prison Epistle because Paul wrote this under house arrest during his first imprisonment in Rome. Ephesians more

  • 2. The Walk Of Maturity

    Contributed on Feb 16, 2015

    Spiritual maturity will be evident in our prayer lives and our speech.

    The Walk of Maturity Colossians 4:2-13 In this last section of this wonderful book of Colossians we have the Apostle Paul’s final words to this church. This section speaks of the importance of spiritual maturity by giving us the two areas of our lives where spiritual maturity are evident, more

  • 3. Living For Jesus

    Contributed on Feb 16, 2015

    The Bible tells us how to live for Jesus in our home and work life.

    Living for Jesus Colossians 3:18-4:1 Over the past several weeks we have been studying the book of Colossians on Sunday mornings. The theme of this wonderful book is Jesus is preeminent. Jesus must be first in every area of our lives. Remember the apostle Paul under the inspiration of the more

  • 4. A Great-Full Church

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    Having a grateful attitude helps make the church great.

    A Great-full Church Colossians 1:3-8 I have a method to my madness. My message title of A Great-full church. English teachers please know, I can spell. First of all when I think of the word grateful, I think of an attitude. A way of living that we are grateful for our salvation, grateful more

  • 5. Lord Of All

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    Is Jesus our Lord?

    Lord of All Colossians 1:13-20 Hudson Taylor was a man who made Jesus his Lord. The son of a preacher, saved at the age of 15 Hudson Taylor as a youth fully surrendered to the Lordship of Christ. His pastor father had prayed for years that his son would go to China as a missionary and as a more

  • 6. Strength For The Journey

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015
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    What we were and are because of Christ.

    Strength for the Journey Colossians 1:21-29 If you got a letter from someone in prison a man you personally have never met and he stepped on your toes about surrendering to the Lordship of Christ how would you respond? That’s exactly what happened here. Paul head led Epaphras the more

  • 7. The Walk Of Faith

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    We must lookout for spiritual pitfalls of philosophy, legalism and worldliness.

    The Walk of Faith Colossians 2:1-10 As we continue on Sunday morning our series through the book of Colossians let me refresh our memories on where we are. This letter from the Apostle Paul to the church of Colossae was written while Paul was in prison. He had never been to the church but he more

  • 8. Beware Of The Legalist

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    Legalism has and is harming our churches. How do we avoid it in our church?

    Beware of the Legalist Colossians 2:11-23 As we continue our Sunday morning tour of the book of Colossians we have to remember where we are and what the theme is. Last week we learned that philosophy or better said knowledge apart from Christ is empty. Andy teaching that takes away or adds to more

  • 9. Beware Of The World

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    Worldliness is polluting our churches and poisoning our hearts. How can we avoid worldliness in our lives?

    Beware of the World Colossians 3:1-11 In the final two chapters of Colossians Paul moves from declaring and defending the truth to practical demonstration of truth. In other words what good is in to know to put Christ first, to say we put Christ first but we never do put Christ first. There more

  • 10. New Life Church

    Contributed on Feb 12, 2015

    What does the perfect church look like?

    New Life Church Colossians 3:12-17 If you and I were building the perfect church what would it look like? Would it carry the name Baptist or would that even matter? Would it be involved in missions? Would it be debt free? Would it have a dynamic Children or youth program? Would it only more