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  • Church At Antioch Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Feb 25, 2021

    The Gospel reached the nations through the persecution of disciples. They became founders of taking the Gospel to Jews and Gentiles. Find out how God used Christians on run for the expansion of the early Church.

    Acts 11:19-30 Church at Antioch 11:19-21 Gospel and nations 11:22-24 Barnabas Ministry at Antioch 11:25-26 Believers named as Christians 11:28-30 Response of the Church during Calamities Acts 11:19-21 Gospel reached many nations The expansion of the more

  • Why Should I Be Free From Bondage? Series

    Contributed by Andrew Dixon on Feb 8, 2021
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    So many people, including some believers are trapped in some sort of bondage. Many are in despair, because they have tried so hard, to give up and break free but are unable to do so. But there is hope for all. Most often it is only knowing the Truth that will set people free!

    Freedom from bondage Chapter 1 – Why should I be free from bondage Act 11:21: “And the hand of the Lord was with them: and a great number believed, and turned unto the Lord.” (KJV) Most of us would like to have promises from the Lord for our personal benefit – we desire that the Lord should more

  • A Church Of Maximum Impact

    Contributed by Troy Walliser on Nov 10, 2020

    Christian missions at its most basic level is one BEGGAR telling another BEGGAR where to find BREAD.

    A Church Of Maximum Impact Acts 11:19-30 Several years ago Time magazine carried a story about a controversy that once raged in a Waterloo, Iowa courthouse over a perplexing question. The question at hand was this: “What is a Christian?” It all started when a local doctor who had been very wealthy more

  • Ordinary People Unleashed Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Nov 2, 2020
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    God unleashes the extraordinary through ordinary people.

    An ordinary Sunday School teacher named Ed was concerned for a young man in his class named Dwight, so he shared Christ with him in the back room of a shoe store. Dwight got saved and eventually became a well-known evangelist. Years later, when preaching in the British Isles, Dwight told the more

  • The Hand Of The Lord Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Sep 18, 2020

    The Gospel transformed the lives of the Gentiles in Antioch. The Christians there are people of faith in Christ, displaying the grace of God and exemplifying the love of God.

    Hello everyone! Let’s continue to worship the Lord with the reading and proclaiming of His Word. Let’s pray and commit this time to Him. As we gather Lord, may your spirit work within us. As we gather may we glorify your name, knowing well that as our heart begin to worship, we'll be more

  • A Christian Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Sep 13, 2020
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    This is the 25th sermon in the Action Series. This series began during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Series: Action [#25] A CHRISTIAN? Acts 11:19-30 Introduction: The Church had stayed in and near Jerusalem until Stephen was killed and persecution broke out. Although these Christians were living in new towns and meeting new people, they continued to be effective in leading people to Jesus more

  • Growing Pains Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 2, 2020

    This sheltering interlude is a time when we should be, and many of us have been, acquiring more understanding of our faith.

    Tuesday of the 4th week of Easter 2020 “Growing Pains” When the authorities in Jerusalem, a few years after the Resurrection of Christ, determined to wipe out the new Jesus cult that was attracting so many converts, their persecution had an unintended result. The Jesus contagion spread all over more

  • Spread The Word Despite The Odds Sermon X: Encouragement Epitomized By Barnabas Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Jan 15, 2020

    In anti-Christian environments, mature Christians may be called on to help stabilize unsettling situations as was Barnabas whose encouraging words and acts of love changed fearfulness to thankfulness.

    BARNABAS EPITOMIZED ENCOURAGMENT (Acts 11:19-30) Barnabas was the New Testament witness we all have a chance to identify with. Whether we adopt the Barnabas approach to witnessing depends on our willingness to be encouragers rather than more

  • Stay True To The Lord

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Dec 10, 2019

    The Gospel was spreading and people were trusting in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation. Especially in Antioch, they needed encouragement and who better than Barnabas to fulfill that ministry!

  • A "Born Again Christian”?

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Jul 29, 2019
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    This is a message that looks at what it means to be born again in a little different way.

    What does it mean to be born again? As I thought about this, I tried to think of something, an analogy that would help us see how understanding what it means to be born again is crucial to how we are supposed to live as sons and daughters of God. But I couldn’t think of an analogy that would be more

  • Be Good Men And Women, Full Of Spirit And Faith

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 8, 2019

    If Christians disagree about strategies and persons to work with, that may just be God working with our weaknesses to write straight with crooked lines.

    Tuesday of Pentecost Week 2019 Feast of St. Barnabas I can’t imagine, at the end of one’s life, any better way to be thought of than what we read about the Apostle Barnabas: “he was a good man, full of the Holy Spirit and of faith.” What more does a man need in life? We’ll come back to the life of more

  • A Dreamy Walk Lesson 41 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Oct 19, 2018

    A Dreamy walk

    A. INTRODUCTION 1. Tradition claims that Barnabas the outcast was the rich young ruler. Because of this he tended to help other outcasts: Paul, the outcast church at Antioch and John Mark. 2. The city of Antioch was: a. A trade center. b. International. c. Third largest in the Roman more

  • Exceptional Followers Build Exponential Churches Lesson 1 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Oct 19, 2018

    Building Exponential Churches

    1. My followers become exceptional. a. To fishermen, “Come follow Me, I will show you how to fish for men . . . they left their nets . . . and followed” (Matt. 4:19-20, NLT). b. If any man will come after Me . . . deny self . . . take up cross daily . . . and follow Me” (Luke 9:23). c. Powerful more

  • Barnabas - Giving & Receiving Encouragement

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Aug 29, 2018

    Could you use some encouragement? Couldn't we all? See how Barnabas is a wonderful example of the blessings of Christian encouragement. Encoruagement needed, given and received!

    “You look like you could use some encouragement.” Has anyone ever said that to you? Maybe they didn’t have to say it out loud, because the look on your face said it all. It had been a long week at work, it had been a disappointing meeting, it had been a rough day at school, it had been another more

  • Gifted (Part Four) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jun 4, 2018

    In Romans 12:6-8 you see seven, what's known as, motivational gifts of the Spirit. Last week we covered the first three-prophecy, serving and teaching. Today we will focus on encouragement and giving.

    GIFTED (part four) The seven gifts listed in Rom. 12:6-8 are: Prophecy, Service, Teaching, Encouraging, Giving, Leading, Mercy. Last week we looked at the first three. Prophecy is receiving and speaking God's message to his people, or in regard to a specific situation, person or culture. more