Sermon Series
  • 1. Being A Barnabas

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2016
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    Many times those who serve in obscurity are overlooked, but provide a tremendous impact to the body of Christ. We must encourage those who serve in the shadows to continue for the Lord.

    Series: Serving in the Shadows # 1 Being a Barnabas Acts 11: 19-26 Our text today speaks of a man, who although not obscure in the Scriptures, is often found serving in the shadows. He is first introduced among the early believers in Jerusalem. Acts 4:36 –And Joses, who by the apostles more

  • 2. Honored To Be A Hur

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2016
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    Many go unnoticed while serving the Lord, but prove to be a great blessing to the kingdom work.

    Series: Serving in the Shadows # 2 Honored to be a Hur Exodus 17: 8-13 Our text today reveals a critical moment in the history of Israel. Following 430 years of captivity in Egypt, Moses had led them across the Red Sea into freedom. They had begun their journey toward the Promised Land and more

  • 3. An Encourager Like Epaphras

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2016
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    Epaphras was little known to many, but precious and valuable to Paul. Our churches are filled with those who receive little recognition, but contribute much. We need their continued devotion and service.

    Series: Serving in the Shadows # 3 An Encourager like Epaphras Colossians 1:7-8; 4:12-13 Today we have read of another servant of the Lord who served in the shadow of the apostle Paul. Other than the verses we have read, Epaphras is only mentioned one other time in Scripture. Philemon 1:23 more