Sermon Series
  • 1. 365 Days Of Possibilities

    Contributed on May 4, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    A contemporary sermon on the daily possiblities with God and the wonderful hope we have in Christ.

    Make a Fresh Start Series 365 Days of Possibilities Tonight we continue with our Fresh Start Series by talking about 365 Days of Possibilities. Every day we have is a blessing from God. In fact the Bible says we have no assurance of tomorrow, so this is all we have – this moment, this time, more

  • 2. Making Positive Changes In Our Lives

    Contributed on May 4, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    A contemporary message on how we can change our lives from negative to the positive by grasping hold of the truth that we are a "new creation" in Christ!

    Making a Fresh Start Series Making Positive Changes in Our Lives (I am a big John Maxwell fan. His books and seminars have provided me with a lot of the philosophies contained in this message along with inspiration from successful people that have mentored me in life. I have tried to give more

  • 3. Personal Resurrection

    Contributed on May 4, 2007

    This contemporary message is part two of a four part series on "Make a Fresh Start" inspired by Outreach and a variety of messages on Sermon Central.

    Make a Fresh Start Series Personal Resurrection As we have been discussing in our new series, every now and then we have to make a fresh start. Sometimes we choose a fresh start. • It might be a commitment to get our household affairs in order. • It might be joining a health club or more

  • 4. Dead End

    Contributed on May 4, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    A contemporary message for the "Make a Fresh Start" Series inspired by Outreach. This is part one of a four part series. It’s focus is on the hope we have through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It was given on Easter Sunday night.

    Make a Fresh Start Series Are You at a Dead End? Remember when you were a kid and you’d play some game and something would happen while you were playing that messed you up and you’d cry out “do-over”. Well, in life sometimes we’d like a “do-over”. We’d like to make a fresh start. Do you more