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  • Be A World Changer (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Sep 2, 2013
     | 2,903 views

    Being all in is critical; Jesus died for you … the least you can do is live for Him. (Acts 17:10-34)

    Be a world changer (Part 2) Acts 17:10-34 and Mark 7 Introduction We are called to have a common purpose in what we do -- The purpose is to worship, to love, and to celebrate Christ and share Him always -- That is our challenge, mission, and it is STILL where we find ourselves today ...read more

  • Pride & Prejudice Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Russell on Mar 16, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,992 views

    Peter came to a point where he was able to overcome his prejudice. This sermon examines how he came to that point, and shares how we can get there, too.

    * "The most segregated house in America is 11:00 on Sunday." * The reality/existence of prejudice in Christianity and the church... * Prejudice in the church takes many forms... * Not a new issue for the church to face: it has existed for almost as long as the church itself * The problem that ...read more

  • Culture Blind Series

    Contributed by Tom Owen on Jan 14, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,982 views

    verse by verse through Acts

    [2] This week we find ourselves back in the book of Acts learning how we can be the church instead of how we can just go to church. As we continue our studies we keep in mind that our main goal as a church it to help people become mature followers of Jesus Christ. But let me ask you this, are ...read more

  • You Know What Happened After Jesus’ Baptism

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jan 9, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,638 views

    You Know What Happened After Jesus’ Baptism 1) Marvel at Jesus’ love for all. 2) Reflect Jesus’ love for all.

    I’m sure it’s happened to you. You’ve borrowed a DVD from the library and you invest forty-five minutes in that movie when it stops, skips, and then goes back to the beginning. In spite of your best efforts you can’t get the movie to advance properly. It looks like it’s going to be another movie ...read more

  • Jesus Is Lord Of All

    Contributed by Bill Butsko on Jan 7, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,766 views

    Jesus is Lord of everything and everyone.

    Text: Jesus said to them, “Come follow me, and I will make you fish for people” (Mark 1:17). These words were first spoken to Peter and his brother Andrew. Jesus spoke with authority each time He spoke. When He said to Peter and Andrew, “Come follow Me,” He expected ...read more

  • Sermon On Egalitarianism

    Contributed by William Meakin on Feb 4, 2022
     | 197 views

    Egalitarianism is defined as "A belief in human equality especially with respect to social, political, and economic affairs."

    Brad Miner, an American author once remarked: “The egalitarianism that is the most offensive is the notion, whether embodied in opinion or law, that every way of behaving is as good as any other and that the man who stands apart by reason of his dignity, restraint, and discernment is somehow an ...read more

  • Overcoming Our Faulty Presuppositions 

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 27 ratings
     | 3,531 views

    It is often true that before we can learn new things we have to be willing to unlearn faulty presuppositions. Many people harbor faulty assumptions about themselves, other people or their circumstances. To wrongly assume something about another is to ent

    1. It is often true that before we can learn new things we have to be willing to unlearn faulty presuppositions. Quote: "As a man thinks within himself, so he is." (Prov. 23:7) Many people harbor faulty assumptions about themselves, other people or their circumstances. To wrongly assume ...read more

  • Divine Encounters With God

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Sep 4, 2018
     | 8,855 views

    When we least think that God is on the move, we find that He was there all the time intervening and helping us.Just because we cannot see it, does not mean He is silent.

    Divine Encounters with God Acts 10:1-48 Introduction- Last week we looked at getting ourselves in the presence of God and allowing Him to intervene in our lives. Worship can put in the presence of God as we enter into His presence. Those that seem to encounter God have either been intentional or ...read more

  • Our Equality In Christ

    Contributed by Brian Credille on Jan 18, 2001
    based on 110 ratings
     | 3,132 views

    Through a vision Peter received, he learned some important lessons about God’s love for all people, lessons we need today to counteract a world filled with hate and prejudice.

    OUR EQUALITY IN CHRIST Acts 10:34-35 INTRODUCTION God showed to Peter that all persons were loved by Him. Having seen the vision of animals, God sent a Roman named Cornelius to send me to bring Peter to him. Peter went with them to meet Cornelius. They spoke and Cornelius told Peter his ...read more

  • The Art Of Really Listening Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Feb 8, 2001
    based on 50 ratings
     | 4,825 views

    The reception of Peter’s sermon to the household of Cornelius is an illustration of how we should be involved in listening to the sermon.

    A Study of the Book of Acts Sermon # 21 The Art of Really Listening Acts 10:24-48 You will remember that in our last study of the Book of Acts we left Peter as he had arrived at the house of Cornelius. At Caesarea they met ...read more

  • Overcoming Faulty Presuppositions

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 19, 2001
    based on 25 ratings
     | 1,324 views

    Learning requires a willingness to surrender our faulty presuppositions

    Overcoming our Faulty Presuppositions (Acts 10:23-34) It is often true that before we can learn new things we have to be willing to unlearn faulty presuppositions. Many people harbor faulty assumptions about themselves, other people or their circumstances. To wrongly assume something about ...read more

  • Table Manners

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Jul 13, 2001
    based on 264 ratings
     | 10,923 views

    Erasing the excuses for being exclusive.

    Today is National Ice Cream Day. Did you know that when ice cream was invented the Quakers thought it was sinful. According to them it had to be sinful. Nothing could taste that good and not be sinful! That kind of sums up the perspective of a lot of Christ followers. If anything is fun ...read more

  • The "Surprise” About God.

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Apr 7, 2001
    based on 167 ratings
     | 3,548 views

    Year C Easter Sunday, Acts 10: 34-43, April 15, 2001

    Year C Easter Sunday, Acts 10: 34-43, April 15, 2001 Title: “The “surprise” about God.” This sermon of Peter is both a first and a last. It is the first recorded sermon to a Gentile audience in Acts. It is also the last time Peter gives a sermon. Peter’s preaching to Gentiles is extremely ...read more

  • The Church’s Outreach – The World

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Sep 15, 2015
     | 4,984 views

    CHANGE IS A CONSTANT IN THE WORLD TODAY, AND ALSO IN THE CHURCH. wE MUST MAKE SURE THAT IN THE MIDST OF MODERNIZING OUR METHOD OF OUTREACH, THAT THE MESSAGE REMAINS THE SAME.

    THE CHURCH’S OUTREACH – THE WORLD ACTS 10:1-43 THIS IS A VERY UNUSUAL TYPE OF MESSAGE FOR ME TODAY. I DO HAVE THREE POINTS TO IT, BUT MY FIRST POINT IS ABOUT 20 MINUTES, AND MY SECOND AND THIRD MAY BE FIVE MINUTES FOR BOTH. MOST OF THE MEAT OF THE PASSAGE IS FOUND IN THE FIRST 20 ...read more

  • Preaching Peace

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Jan 7, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,088 views

    This passage gives the first message ever preached to the Gentiles by one of the apostles. It’s the message that opened the door of salvation to all the people of the world.

    Last week left us in the home of Cornelius, a Roman centurion, who, while in prayer, received a message from God to send some men to bring back Simon Peter. Peter along this same time had also received a message from God while in prayer to go with these men. Cornelius tells Peter in verse 33 ...read more