Sermon Series
  • 1. The Case Of A Missing Identity

    Contributed on Jan 8, 2007
    based on 6 ratings
     | 5,523 views

    This sermon sets the series stage by exploring the role of Christ as Jehovah-Sabaoth, the Lord of Hosts. This is a spiritual warfare sermon describing Jesus as a Mighty Warrior!

    (A great deal of the inspiration for this sermon taken from Francis Frangipane’s "The Three Battlegrounds", and "This Day We Fight".) Have you ever taken a good look at a Christmas tree angel? What do you see? What gender is portrayed? What tone? What emotions? At our home, it is a female ...read more

  • 2. A Year For Victory

    Contributed on Jan 8, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,599 views

    Part two in this series builds upon the revelation of Christ as Lord of Hosts, or God of Armies. It explores the need for Christians to go on the offensive in spiritual warfare.

    (Major inspiration for this sermon derived from Francis Frangipane’s "This Day We Fight") There is a question that is asked in the church. It is an important question. A vital question. One that should be asked of those we come in contact with, and those who find themselves within our church ...read more

  • 3. Stuck In Bed

    Contributed on Jan 16, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,955 views

    This is the third in a series exploring keys to living a life of freedom and spiritual victory in 2007. This message explores a spirit of passivity that can keep us from the battle.

    (Extensive inspiration and quotation for this sermon taken from "This Day We Fight" by Francis Frangipane.) All right. . .here we go. We have been building block upon block over the past three weeks. Taking steps towards a declaration that this year we win! Week #1 – We followed up ...read more

  • 4. Future Faith Versus Past Failures

    Contributed on Feb 22, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 3,818 views

    The fourth in a series exploring victory and freedom in the Christian walk. The message wrestles with the burden of past failures in our life.

    (Extensive inspiration for this message, and this series taken from Francis Frangipane’s "This Day We Fight".) Here we go. 2 minute drill. A high speed recap of where we left off two. Okay. . .Joshua is hanging out, looks up, and sees standing before him a being with a sword drawn, ready ...read more

  • 5. Defeating Discouragement

    Contributed on Feb 22, 2007
    based on 24 ratings
     | 6,742 views

    Fifth in a series exploring how to grab hold of true freedom and victory in the Christian walk. This message explores the challenge of discouragement.

    (Extensive inspiration for this message, and this series taken from Francis Frangipane’s "This Day We Fight".) (Video Clip – Bob Lujano, from “Murderball” available at ScreenVue.com) Bob Lujano. As he said, he contracted a very rare form of meningitis at age nine. Lost most of his arms, ...read more

  • 6. Winning The War Of Weariness

    Contributed on Feb 22, 2007
    based on 19 ratings
     | 13,183 views

    The sixth in a series exploring keys to true victory and freedom in the Christian walk. This message explores the challenge of fighting on when we are weary.

    (Extensive inspiration for this message, and this series taken from Francis Frangipane’s "This Day We Fight".) We are exploring keys to a life of victory. Ways to move past some of the obstacles that have keep us from experiencing true freedom in our walk with Christ. We have looked at past ...read more

  • 7. Don't I Know You From Somewhere

    Contributed on Feb 22, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 8,317 views

    The seventh, and final in a series exploring keys to true spiritual freedom and victory in the life of the believer. This message explores facing similar battles multiple times in our lives.

    (Extensive inspiration for this message, and this series taken from Francis Frangipane’s "This Day We Fight".) (Video clip – Veggie Tales – David and the Giant Pickle, available at ScreenVue.com) So there we have it. The end of the story, right? At least as we package it for our children. ...read more