Sermon Series
  • 1. From Anxiety To Acceptance

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2004
    based on 35 ratings

    Jesus’ experience at Mt Olives demonstrates his voluntary submission to crucifixion and how we are to handle a "No" answer to prayer. He demonstrates his humanity in his grief as he walks the path from Anxiety to Acceptance.

    Hope Community Church February 8, 2004 Bro. Chris Hill Contemporary American culture values the independent thinker who can make quick decisions. I have even read in some of my leadership material that a true leader is not somebody who can make a good decision but one can make any decision. more

  • 2. The Crowd, Court, And Conviction

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2004
    based on 27 ratings

    Jesus willingly gave his life for you; therefore, you must willingly live your life for him.

    The Passion – the crowd, court, and conviction Hope Community Church February 15, 2004 Matthew 26:47-67 Jesus willingly gave all of his life for you; therefore, you must willingly live all of your life for him. I. Jesus willingly faced the crowd (vv 47-56) A. He willingly suffered the more

  • 3. Justice At The Cross

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2004
    based on 41 ratings

    Christ’s death was payment for all men’s sin. All are responsible for his crucifixion

    Modern medicine has given hope for a longer life to many people through organ transplants. Most transplants are done with organs from a dead person being removed, matched in a database with qualified candidates whose own organ(s) is failing. Despite all of the transplant technology one difficulty more

  • 4. No Greater Love Than This

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2004
    based on 35 ratings

    The cross is the greatest demonstration of God’s love. Extent - eternity, Depth seen in his agony, and scope is for all humanity.

    The Passion: No Greater Love Than This Luke 23:32-36 Hope Community Church Bro. Chris Hill February 29, 2004 Reality shows seem to have taken over TV. One of the most popular themes seems to be to see what people will endure for fame or fortune. Shows such as Fear Factor require people to more