Sermon Series
  • 1. Introduction To Romans

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2010

    Because of sin the whole human race (Jews and non-Jews) need to be put right with God, through Jesus Christ

    Introduction to Romans (Themes) 1:1-17 INTRO: Paul wrote the letter to prepare the way for a visit he planned to make to Rome Outlines his understanding of the Christian faith Practical implications for the lives of Christians MAJOR THEME: Because of sin the whole human race (Jews and more

  • 2. The Need For Salvation

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2010

    There is a risk that we act more superior than non-believers because we have some “inside knowledge of God” and they don’t?

    Romans #2 The Need for Salvation “All People are Sinners” Romans 1:18-3:20 INTRO: One of the biggest questions of all time: Why did God send his Son Jesus to die for our sins? Why do you think that is? Discuss with people around you We are going to address that issue more

  • 3. The New Life In Christ (Part 1)

    Contributed on Nov 22, 2010

    If we are trying to live our lives under our own steam then we are under legalism. Jesus has set us free from rules and regulations in how we live our life – so we can freely worship Jesus and experience freedom living for him.

    Romans “The New Life in Christ” Romans 5:1-8:39 Intro: Paul’s letter to the Church in Rome addresses: 1. Who needs to be a Christian? 2. Why I need to be Christian? 3. How Can I become a Christian? 4. How does a Christian live his/her life? We have already looked to more

  • 4. Your New Life Part 2

    Contributed on Dec 12, 2010

    Paul outlines what he expects as evidenve of a regenerated life in Christ.

    INTRO: Tonight we conclude our series on Romans 1. The mega-theme: Because of sin the whole human race (Jews and non-Jews) need to be put right with God—Through Jesus Christ 2. Everyone are sinners – believers and non-believer – no difference between them 3. God has made a more