Sermon Series
  • 1. Nehemiah 1 - Rebuilding A Broken World

    Contributed on Mar 3, 2010
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    Do you have a vision for this broken world? See the need, feel the need, share the need and then meet the need.

    REBUILDING A BROKEN WORLD It was a beautiful day that afternoon so I decided to go for a walk. I was in the city of Cochabamba Bolivia August 1986. For 3 months I had worked in a medical clinic as part of a summer missions trip. Today was an off day so I did a little shopping at the market more

  • 2. Nehemiah 2 - Called To Serve

    Contributed on Mar 3, 2010
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    To get the job done bring everyone together, remember everyone is needed and remind them that everyone is equal.

    CALLED TO SERVE A gifted young man with a bright future went to the mission field. His salary was very little. A large company wanted him to go to work with them and offered him 5 times the salary he was making as a missionary. He refused. They then offered him 10 times the salary but again more

  • 3. Nehemiah 3 - Enemies Outside

    Contributed on Mar 3, 2010
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    To finnish the work we need to overcome discouragement, overcome fear and always be ready to resist the enemy.

    ENEMIES FROM OUTSIDE A few years ago I was invited to play basketball at the Union centre in Chicago. We were just an average bunch of guys trying to get some excercise. As we were warming up a guy came up and asked if his team could play against us. We said sure. They ended up being the more

  • 4. Nehemiah 4 - Enemies Inside

    Contributed on Mar 3, 2010
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    Often our greatest challenges are not from outside but inside the church. When problems develop remember that we are family, remember the task and remenber others are watching.

    ENEMIES INSIDE During the Gulf War more people died of friendly fire that from enemy fire. In other words, more people died from the hands of their friends than their foes. Unfortunately the church can sometimes be like that. Very often the greatest resistance we have to building up the more