Sermon Series
  • 1. Getting The Father’s Heart

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2016

    The first necessity of getting evangelism in-hand is that we learn to have a heart for the lost - a heart like the Father's

    Today we’re starting off this series “Getting Evangelism In-Hand.” We’re also asking for you to have a part in it. There are handouts today asking you to give me some information that we will be able to use as a part of the message in 3 weeks. So, please, take a minute more

  • 2. Getting The Facts Straight

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2016

    download-for the people to understand all they need to know in order to help lead someone to Jesus for the people to feel confident that they can know all they need to know in order to share their faith; feel excited about sharing their faith;...

    pass out handouts: This helped lead me to Jesus… or I helped lead someone to Jesus this way… Countdowns. We know what they are. It means there’s so much time between some future event and the present. There are 62 days until we take up the special offering for Rancho San more

  • 3. Getting The Workers Together

    Contributed on Mar 26, 2016

    When I finish my sermon I want my audience to have a positive change of heart and thinking when it comes to why we are here and what we hope to accomplish as a church family

    This background here, and the NEXT, is going to serve to remind us of what’s next at CCC. Don’t forget those NEXT things! Remember? We’re going to give careful attention to... • The next generation of believers • The next generation of leaders in the church more

  • 4. Getting Off Dead Center

    Contributed on Mar 28, 2016

    A reminder that anyone can successfully share some element of the good news with someone who needs to hear it.

    Thanks to everyone who took the time to answer my simple survey over the past 3 weeks! I was thinking I might end up with some really creative tools and ideas for all of us when it comes to sharing our faith. I expected that, at the end of this series on getting evangelism in hand, I might more