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  • This Is A Bible

    Contributed by Ronnie Knight on May 11, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    God has called every Christian to the same basic purpose.This sermon should challenge every Christian to focus on the basic principles of our Christian purpose.

    Subject: Christian Basics Scripture: Matthew 22.37-40; Matthew 28.18-20 Sermon: This is a Bible Scope: This sermon should challenge every Christian to focus on the basic principles of our Christian purpose. Summary: God has called every Christian to the same basic purpose. Segue: With in these more

  • Blocking And Tackling Series

    Contributed by Steven Spillman on May 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    “The secret of success is in the blocking and tackling. Focus on the blocking and tackling and everything else will come along.”

    It was something I should have learned in High School football. After all, I played tackle; it would have made my experience more meaningful if I knew it then. But I didn’t. It was a lot of years after high school; when I was in business and a mentor shared it with me. “The secret of success is more

  • El Gran Mandamiento

    Contributed by Wilbur Madera Rivas on Apr 25, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    Lo más importante en la vida y el ministerio es amar a Dios y al prójimo

    El Gran Mandamiento 34 Entonces los fariseos, oyendo que había hecho callar a los saduceos, se juntaron a una. 35 Y uno de ellos, intérprete de la ley, preguntó por tentarle, diciendo: 36 Maestro, ¿cuál es el gran mandamiento en la ley? 37 Jesús le dijo: Amarás al Señor tu Dios con todo tu more

  • Signs Of The Time

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Mar 12, 2008
    based on 1 rating


    “The Signs of the Times” Luke 12:54-59 In our passages today we’ll see that Jesus used two illustrations to impress on the crowds the importance of discernment and diligence in spiritual matters. First, He talked about me weather, and then He talked about a more

  • Ten Steps To Effective Parenting

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Feb 21, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    This message is helpful for parents, grandparents, and others who have input into the lives of children; but especially for parents.

    TEN STEPS TO EFFECTIVE PARENTING Pastor Eric J. Hanson February 17, 2008 Here are ten needed realities concerning the raising of the children God entrusts us with. Read, be blessed, use any way you wish! 1. You must love the Lord (Matthew 22:37-38) You must know the Lord and be walking more

  • What's Love Got To Do With It?

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Feb 14, 2008
    based on 93 ratings

    1- What’s love got to do with marriage? 2- What’s love got to do with raising kids? 3- What’s love got to do with life?

    INTRO.- ILL.- A man called the police and reported that all of his wife’s credit cards had been stolen. Then he added, "But don’t look too hard for the thief. He’s charging less than my wife ever did." ILL.- Someone said: The only reason a great many American families don’t own an elephant is more

  • The Priority And Protocol Of Love In Marriage Series

    Contributed by Jerry Gatson on Jan 17, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    The love expressed by a husband and wife for one another is a reflection of a love for God and a love for one’s self.

    SUMITTING YOURSELVES ONE TO ANOTHER (pt 2) "The Priority and Protocol of Love and Marriage" INTRO – One of the obstacles to the Christian marriage is misplaced and displaced priorities. The Word of God gives the outline and the guideline of how to keep everything in its proper place and our more

  • Four Questions Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Jan 14, 2008
    based on 76 ratings

    ENTRAPMENT! Jesus’ enemies sought to entangle Him--their guns were loaded, and so were their questions. But His answers left them speechless. Then Jesus posed a question of His own. Link inc. to formatted text, audio & video, PowerPoint.

    Four Questions Matthew 22:15-46 ENTRAPMENT! 3 groups sought to entangle the Lord Jesus, and each asked Him a tough question they thought would bring Him down. But His answers left them speechless and astonished. Then Jesus posed a question more

  • The Bible In A Nutshell Series

    Contributed by Daniel Richter on Jan 10, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus boils down the Gospel to the basics

    I was looking through some old college papers and I came across an essay that I had written about Macbeth, the Shakespeare play. I’ve never been a big fan of Shakespeare. I simply cannot understand the way that he wrote, I don’t get the language and the terms and so I can’t follow the story line. more

  • Filling The Hole. . .so We Can Be Whole Series

    Contributed by Chip Monck on Jan 9, 2008

    A message exploring our God-given longing to be whole hearted. Inspired by Mike Bickle’s "The Seven Longings of the Human Heart."

    ("Jesus Freak" – D.C. Talk Music Video) Okay, so it’s not a real Christmassy song, not to mention rather dated. . .but, what’s your answer? What would people think if they knew that you were a Jesus Freak? Or maybe the first question to be asked is, are you a Jesus freak? Hold that answer more

  • Loving Your Neighbor

    Contributed by Paul Wallace on Dec 10, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    We know we should love our neighbor, but how do we practically do it? Let’s look.

    Loving Your Neighbor Matthew 22:36-40 Relationships are the key to life. Jesus said all of the commandments of God can be boiled down to just two - Loving God and Loving your neighbor as yourself. By themselves they are too vague for self centered humans to follow. So God expanded more

  • Planned For God's Pleasure Series

    Contributed by David Flowers on Oct 25, 2007

    Part 2 in the series The Purpose-Driven Life. This message looks at Worship, the first of God’s five principal purposes for our lives.

    Planned for God’s Pleasure The Purpose-Driven Life, pt. 2 Wildwind Community Church David K. Flowers channeling Rick Warren October 21, 2007 We’re in this series right now called “40 Days of Purpose.” Today, we’re going to look at the first of God’s five purposes for your life. God has more

  • Love God With All Your Heart, Soul, Mind & Strength Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Oct 13, 2007
    based on 20 ratings

    Idolatry is preferring something above God. God doesn’t just want to be added to your list of preferences and activities. He demands that He is your love, your greatest desire, the one who occupies your thoughts and the one you seek to please above all.

    Politics is a blood sport. Some go on principle and naively believe that others will see the logic and fairness of their position while other politicians spin their opponents position and prognosticate to vilify their opponent and scare the electorate that their opponent’s position will result in more

  • Connecting People To God And Each Other

    Contributed by Chip Monck on Sep 27, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    This sermon is titled by the first half of our purpose statement as a church. The message reflects on the importance of helping make the connection to God, and in fellowship with others.

    We are in week two exploring the purpose of our church. Last week, we began by exploring the purpose that your pastor, me, feels like has been placed within my life as the leader of this body. The next two weeks we get to broaden the scope. What is our purpose as a church? As that piece of the more

  • Vision 2007

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Aug 22, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    This is a vision sermon i gave as we prepared for our first ministry fair. We push heavily for small groups and ministry involvement and this message was written to get people excited about both.

    Ministry Fair-The Vision Pastor Ryan Akers “Vision is the ability to understand the history, the present condition, and the potential of the church, and to conceive a plan for action that will maximize the ministry potential. More often than not, vision is a result of having spent much time more