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  • 12 Ordinary Men - Introduction Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 5, 2012
     | 7,350 views

    This a Bible study done from the book 12 Ordinary Men by John McArthur. Awesome study and book.

    Note: This is a study from the book 12 Ordinary Men by John McArthur an excellent book. Well worth reading. There is also an outline from Adult Bible Fellowships of First Baptist Church Orion. This is not original but worth posting for study. Twelve Ordinary Men Introduction to a Study of ...read more

  • 12 Ordinary Men - Introduction - Fill In The Blank Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 5, 2012
     | 5,762 views

    This is a Bible study from the book 12 Ordinary Men by John McArthur. This is the fill in the blank part as referenced in the study.

    Note: This is a study from the book 12 Ordinary Men by John McArthur an excellent book. This is an outline from Adult Bible Fellowships of First Baptist Church Orion. This is not original but worth posting for study. Twelve Ordinary Men Introduction to a Study of the 12 Apostles Remember, ...read more

  • "I Want To Be Somebody"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 15, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,463 views

    A sermon about the wisdom and power of God.

    1 Corinthians 1:18-31 “I Want to Be Somebody” I just want to “be somebody” cries the burned out, workaholic father who comes home so tired and frustrated each night he has little energy for his wife and kids. I just want to “be somebody” bemoans the ...read more

  • God Uses Weak People

    Contributed by Michael Cariño on Sep 6, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 19,270 views

    All of us have handicaps. Whether emotionally, spiritually, financially, or physically --- but it does not mean that God cannot use us anymore. In fact, God is in the business of using the weak, and make us into people who can do great things.

    Introduction: Kyle Maynard was born March 24, 1986 with a condition known as congenital amputation that has left him with arms that end at the elbows and legs that end near his knees. His story begins as an 11-year-old that wanted to wrestle and a coach that gave him an opportunity to try. After ...read more

  • Christian Paradoxes

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jun 5, 2017
     | 7,858 views

    Webster's defines a paradox as: "A statement contrary to common belief. A statement that seems contradictory, unbelievable, or absurd, but that may actually be true." There are paradoxes when it comes to Christianity. Let's take a look at some of them.

    CHRISTIAN PARADOXES Webster's defines a paradox as: "A statement contrary to common belief. A statement that seems contradictory, unbelievable, or absurd, but that may actually be true." A paradox is something that's not necessarily a contradiction; just a contradiction in terms. There are ...read more

  • Who Needs Theology? Series

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Jan 28, 2017
     | 6,120 views

    Knowledge is important, but insufficient. Man’s wisdom is folly compared to God’s. So, what good is knowledge if faith is all that we need?

    The word theology comes from two Greek words: Theos (God) and logos (study, research). Thus, theology is the study of God. I am richly blessed to be a graduate of Evangelical Theological Seminary. My course of study (Master of Divinity) included five semesters in systematic theology, among the ...read more

  • 1 Corinthians: The Church Fully Equipped For Boasting...in Christ

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jan 29, 2017
     | 3,767 views

    It's not our wisdom, power, or riches that we should boast about, but the fact that God has given us faith in Jesus.

    I want to begin by testing your celebrity savvy this morning. Who said the following? “Let me tell you, I’m a really smart guy.” “I’m also honored to have the greatest temperament that anybody has.” “I think I am, actually humble. I think I’m ...read more

  • Ordinary Men

    Contributed by Jim Caswell on Aug 7, 2017
     | 3,936 views

    We are to follow the example of the disciples to follow Jesus.

    Title: Ordinary Men Date: 8/13/17 Place: BLCC Text: 1 Corinthians 1.26-29 CT: We are to follow the example of the disciples to follow Jesus. [Screen 1] FAS: A lady, who teaches first grade, told about an interaction she had with one of her students on the first day of school. Accustomed to ...read more

  • I Yam What I Yam!

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Feb 11, 2014
     | 4,919 views

    A message of encouragement to small churches and their pastors.

    While I was cleaning up the building Monday morning the Holy Spirit and I had a nice conversation. If you have never talked with the Holy Spirit I highly recommend it. Jesus sent him when He left to comfort us, to teach us, and to remind us of what we have been taught. We talk to God a lot. We talk ...read more

  • Become A Better Boaster

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Feb 2, 2014
     | 2,273 views

    Paul teaches us that we have something better to boast about than worldly wealth or smarts. We have Jesus!

    The post-game interview was all the talk among football fans. Even in a league known for brash and swaggering athletes his words stopped viewers in mid-chew of their chicken wings to ask one another: “Did he just really say that?” I’m talking about the interview given by Richard ...read more

  • James The Less Lesson 13 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 26, 2017
     | 2,114 views

    A disciple ministers in the place of Jesus Christ. Where He cannot go, we go in His place.

    A. INTRODUCTION 1. James the Less is one of those persons who seems to fall between the cracks of history. 2. His father is named Alphaeus (Mt. 10:3; Mk. 3:18; Lk. 6:15). 3. His mother was also a follower of Jesus and was one of the women at the cross (Mt. 27:55-56, 61; Mk. 15:40). ...read more

  • An Open Door

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Nov 29, 2018
     | 5,208 views

    The door of opportunity is there for the taking and John in Revelation outlines this for the Church in Philadelphia.

    An open DOOR Rev.3:7-13 Of all the seven churches in the book of Revelation, Philadelphia was the ideal Church, and the one against which Jesus had no accusations nor did He find any sin there. However, Philadelphia was not a perfect city it was a city of many temples, and was called “the little ...read more

  • Simple - Pt. 1 - Disciples? Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Jan 17, 2019
     | 3,671 views

    Jesus confronted the complex. His message was and is simple. Let’s get back to the basics He taught us! Why make it difficult?

    Disciples? I. Introduction Some things are complex and complicated. Rubix Cubes. Algebra. Or maybe better said . . . math. Why people in horror movies go into barns, cellars. Why people in action moves never take the gun of the person they disarm when there are more bad guys to face. Women. ...read more

  • The Call To Holiness

    Contributed by Ian Hyde on Mar 26, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,001 views

    The call to holiness is one which we all share. But none of us are called because we are good enough. In fact, by our own efforts none of us could ever be good enough. And yet each of us is called to a purpose greater than any of us could imagine.

    A Strange Encounter Imagine for a moment a young woman waking early, just before dawn to begin her daily chores. Still groggy with sleep though the morning is cold and quiet, she feeds the animals, and gathers water for the day’s washing. As she fills her bucket at the well, she imagines the life ...read more

  • Just Like Us (Part Seven) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Mar 25, 2019
     | 3,173 views

    Today we close out the series on seeing how the people of the bible are just like us. We've looked at Abraham, Samson, Elijah, Joshua, David, and last week we focused on Peter. Today, we'll finish by looking at Paul. Let's see how he was just like us.

    JUST LIKE US (part seven) Last week we looked at Peter. Peter was the foremost of the Apostles. He was a leader and devout follower of Jesus. He withstood persecution and was bold and courageous in contending for the faith. Tradition indicates that Peter met his fate being crucified upside down ...read more