Sermon Series
  • 1. Who Are You Really

    Contributed on Feb 13, 2008
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    One of the first steps in understanding how we are to respond to God’s grace it to discover who we are and what God has done for us.

    Psalm 139:1-4, 13-18 “Who Are You, Really” INTRODUCTION We are going to begin something new. Isn’t that exciting! I’ve always enjoyed beginning a new class or starting a new activity, even though I knew it was going to take work and determination. I’ve anticipated the change and the more

  • 2. Reexamine You Values

    Contributed on Feb 19, 2008

    A second step, as we begin to live our lives on loan, is to reexamine our values. Are the values that determine how we live our lives in line with the teachings of Jesus?

    1 John 4:11-12, Isaiah 32:5-8, Luke 7:36-44 “Reexamine Your Values” INTRODUCTION It was rush hour. The woman was late for an important appointment. She cursed the drivers around her as she weaved in and out of lanes. When a car wedged in front of her, she laid on the horn and flipped more

  • 3. Reassign Your Resources

    Contributed on Mar 6, 2008

    It is impossible to love from afar. Christians are called to share their blessings and get "down and dirty" in their sharing of the gospel and their service of others.

    Much of the content of this sermon was taken from a sample sermon by Rick Rusaw, author of "Living a Life on Loan" Standared Publishing Luke 10:27-37, Matthew 25:14-30 “Reassign Your Resources” INTRODUCTION We are people who have been created, loved, forgiven and called by God. God more

  • 4. Redefine Your Faith

    Contributed on Mar 6, 2008

    Faith is a verb; it is action. The gospel proclaims that we are saved by grace and not by works. Still, we are saved for good works and service

    Ephesians 28-10, James 2:14-17 “Redefine Your Faith” INTRODUCTION The message of God’s grace is unique to the Christian gospel. Other religions have saviors that were born of virgins, incarnate gods, and rose from the dead, but only Christianity boldly proclaims that God did all of this more

  • 5. Renew Your Love

    Contributed on Mar 6, 2008
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    While serving others and bearing witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ, it is vital that we keep our love for God fresh and vibrant.

    Revelations 2:2-5, Mark 1:11 “Renew Your Love” INTRODUCTION Faye and I grew up in a time when standard equipment on cars included bench seats. A bench seat was one continuous seat in the front. It was atrocious in terms of safety, but it sure beat bucket seats when you were on a date. more

  • 6. Remember Your Potential

    Contributed on Mar 25, 2008
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    We have great potential. We are God’s children, empowered by the Holy Spirit, equiped with specific gifts and talents to change the world (one life at a time) for Jesus Christ.

    Matthew 5:13-16, Matthew 21:1-11 “Remember Your Potential” INTRODUCTION I’m not a fan of class “B” slasher films. I don’t like the blood and gore, but I have to laugh at the unimaginative scenario that they have for eliminating many of the innocent characters. Usually it is a dark and more