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  • This Same Jesus Series

    Contributed by Curtis E. Nester on Nov 10, 2014

    Ascension of Jesus. This SAME Jesus will return!

    TITLE: This Same Jesus TEXT: Acts 1:6-12 INTRO: During WWII the Japanese overran the Philippines, and on March 11, 1942 General Douglas MacArthur climbed aboard a gun ship, and ran a Japanese blockade. When he arrived in Australia, MacArthur told reporters, "I came through and I shall return." more

  • Bridges And Ditches: The Wind Of The Spirit (Sermon #5 Of 5) Series

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Jan 31, 2015

    The essential and non-negotiable role (need) for the Holy Spirit in the church's mission.

    WELCOME AND CALL TO WORSHIP Good morning. I am so honored that you have chosen to worship with us today. I believe God has a orchestrated this appointment and we take it very seriously. Today we will conclude our emphasis from the Book of Acts on evangelism. And we will wrap it up by looking more

  • With Great Joy Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 16, 2015

    What is the DNA of the true church?

    With Great Joy Acts 1:12-14 In the previous passage we learned that the Ascension of Jesus into glory to sit at the right hand of the Father is the central point of Luke and Acts which makes the Ascension the most important event of the two books. We discussed the reasons why. The Jesus’ more

  • The Ascension Of Christ

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Feb 28, 2015

    This message shares one of the most important truth in scriptures. We know He rose but we also know which way He went during His departure.

    Introduction: Our Lord departed this world with an emphasis on evangelism. The Ascension teaches us several lessons: I. He was the Son of God. (Only God could ascend upwards without aid) II. He Kept His Word. (I am going to prepare a place) III. He Finished His Work. (He more

  • Why Do You Stand Looking Into The Sky? Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Apr 12, 2015

    The Ascension of Jesus - PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON BODY: (1). Jesus continues to work after the ascension. (2). The ascended Lord Jesus sends the Holy Spirit to his people. (3). Jesus’s ascension is his heavenly enthronement as King. (4). Jesus’s ascension is his return to his Father. (5). The ascended Lord Jesus is our more

  • Easter Sunday, Expectations. Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Apr 5, 2015
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    The day of Jesus resurrection was a day of the unexpected, are we open to the unexpected taht God puts before us so that we might live in understanding of him and by his power?

    Easter Sunday, expectations. I may have mentioned Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin previously. But during his day Nikolai was as powerful a man as there was on earth. As Russian Communist leader he took part in the Bolshevik Revolution 1917, was editor of the Soviet newspaper Pravda (which by the more

  • Super: Naturally! Anointed Me: Empowered By The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Mar 24, 2015
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    In the same way that Jesus was anointed with the Holy Spirit, God wants His SUPER to come on our NATURAL so we can be anointed to transform people’s lives today.

    SUPER: NATURALLY! #2: ANOINTED ME: EMPOWERED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT ILLUSTRATION: We need to be plugged into the power of God! A man went into a hardware store and asked for a saw. The salesman took one from the shelf and said it was their "newest model, with the latest in technology, guaranteed to more

  • What We Believe About The Resurrection

    Contributed by David Rigg on Mar 31, 2013

    Here's a sermon for Easter Sunday which includes the story of how a popular Easter hymn was written.

    What We Believe About the Resurrection of Jesus Christ Acts 1:1-11 1 The former account I made, O Theophilus, of all that Jesus began both to do and teach, 2until the day in which He was taken up, after He through the Holy Spirit had given commandments to the apostles whom He had chosen, 3to more

  • Reaching Out To Our World Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Apr 2, 2013

    Message with the series on the topic of Outreach

    This message was adapted from the 30 Day Church Challenge Kit from Outreach Marketing The Times-Reporter of New Philadelphia, Ohio, reported in September, 1985 a celebration of a New Orleans municipal pool. The party around the pool was held to celebrate the first summer in memory without a more

  • The First Church And Our Church Series

    Contributed by Jon Earls on Apr 6, 2013

    First in a series of sermons on the first half of the book of Acts

    I would like for you all to turn with me to Acts 29… Of course there is no Acts 29! Before we look at the beginning of Acts I want to look at the last two verses of Acts – chapter 28:30-31: 30 Then Paul dwelt two whole years in his own rented house, and received all who came to him, 31 more

  • Are We Living In The End Times? Series

    Contributed by Kevin Humphrey on Mar 12, 2013
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    Jesus first coming was to seek and save the lost, teach and heal. Christ’s second coming is mentioned more than 300 times in the New Testament an average of every 25 verses.The real issue is that He is coming back and we need to be ready.

    Joke: "Repent, the End of the World is Nigh!" was preacher Nathaniel Evans constant theme. One day, as he was walking, he came to a big lever in the middle of nowhere, just by the side of the road. 'Pull this to end the world' said the sign on it. Nathaniel saw this as the perfect spot for him to more

  • Fulfilment

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Apr 25, 2013
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    A sermonette of responce to the testimony of Major Campbell Robert’s call to a social ministry that has had him interact with the community from those in need on the street to the nations leaders.

    Fulfilment: A summery sermonette of Major Campbell Robert’s testimony. We come here weekly with the desire to meet with God and to meet with one another. When I first heard Major Campbell’s testimony I was moved by the compassion that he had for people. We live in a world of people who are more

  • 1 Accord Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jun 30, 2012

    In Acts 1:12-26 we see 1) The Submission of the Disciples (Acts 1:12–15), 2) The Suicide of a Disciple (Acts 1:15–20), and 3) The Selection of a Disciple (Acts 1:21-26).

    Omar Khadr is a convicted terrorist. He was born in Toronto, has been detained in Guantanamo Bay for nearly a decade. In October 2010, he pleaded guilty to war crimes committed when he was 15 years old in Afghanistan — namely, throwing a grenade that killed a U.S. soldier in 2002. He was sentenced more

  • Mission Possible Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jun 23, 2012

    The correct 1) Message (Acts 1:1-2), 2) Manifestation (Acts 1:3), 3) Might (Acts 1:4-5, 8a), 4) Mystery (Acts 1:6-7), 5) Mission (Acts 1:8b), and 6) Motive (Acts 1:9-11).

    As school ends, and summer begins, it means that kids have a change of pace. Instead of day to day studies and supervision, there tends to be more unscheduled time in new locations. If those new locations include a summer camp, it gives a testing opportunity to see if those lessons made a more

  • Fresh Fire: The Holy Spirit In The World Today Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Aug 21, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    The Holy Spirit is an important part of the trinity, yet I would take an educated guess that most of the sermons you will have heard over the years have focused on God the Father or on God the Son. I know that you will have heard sermons about the gifts

    Our theme for this year is Fresh Fire and our preaching this year is going to focus on The Holy Spirit and each month we will focus on a specific aspect of His ministry. The Holy Spirit is an important part of the trinity, yet I would take an educated guess that most of the sermons you will more