Sermon Series
  • 1. Fancy Footwork - Contagious Christianity

    Contributed on Sep 5, 2004
    based on 88 ratings

    God say our feet are beautiful when we talk about Jesus with others. What’s so significant about our feet that God would think they would be beautiful?

    OPEN: Leonardo da Vinci had once worked on a great masterpiece for a long period of time. There was a young student standing next to him as da Vinci worked, and the student watched the master work as the painting had evolved in front of him. The student was awed by da Vinci’s technique and had more

  • 2. Creating Thirst - Contagious Christianity

    Contributed on Sep 12, 2004
    based on 94 ratings

    How would Jesus witness to my friends and relatives. Could I do what He did?

    (We began the service with a video clip from “Contagious Christianity” called “Lesson #8 - Objections” where a Christian woman was trying to witness to a skeptic who maintained that Christianity was too narrow and exclusive for her tastes). OPEN: Someone once speculated about how certain people more

  • 3. Telling Your Story - Contagious Christianity

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2004
    based on 128 ratings

    The unsaved are really looking for something that can work in your life. How can you convince others that Jesus has made a difference in yours?

    OPEN: They tell me that being a “preacher’s kid” can be difficult for a young child. I read once of a preacher’s little boy who was told by his mother that he should wash his hands because there were germs living in all the dirt he’d been playing in. He looked up at his mother and got this more

  • 4. Hisstory - Contagious Christianity

    Contributed on Sep 26, 2004
    based on 94 ratings

    The Cross is a central focus of Christ’s story. But why? Why did Jesus need to die on the cross?

    VIDEO – Session 7 – “Putting It All Together” (up thru the phrase “There’s No Middle Ground”) OPEN: Richard Bandler tells one story about visiting a mental institution and dealing with a man who insisted he was Jesus Christ - not metaphorically, not in spirit, but in the flesh. One day more