New Series on Bold Faith
Your favorite Scriptures and sermon ideas
Sermon Series Kits
The promise of hope for the New Year
Curated Sermon Collections
Weekly sermon stories for pastors
Discounted Church Media Sets
30 themed church media sets for church services
Realign your focus, increase your faith
The Generous Life
A fulfilling life of generosity
Live free. Travel light.
Revival: Stronger Than Ever
Launch into 2021 with purpose
Grow deep and live strong
Established in the Love of God
Rock-solid relationship with God
Matthew: Discover the Kingdom
Renew a passion for the Gospel this year
All batteries need to be charged to be effective. The Holy Spirit "charges up" the disciples and empowers them to take Jesus' message out to the world.
Christian/Church Of Christ
What was it like on Monday for the disciples & followers of Christ after His resurrection the previous day? How about on Tuesday or Wednesday? Does your Christian life look more like the pre-Pentecost disciples or Post-Pentecost?
John 21:1-14, Acts 2:14-38, Acts 3:11-19, Acts 4:19-20, Acts 1:8
Christian Missionary Alliance
The early church celebrated this day long before they did Christmas. If we are unaware of
this day it is due to the lack of understanding of the place of the Holy Spirit in the life of the church.
Our life should be all about living in expectation for Christ's return. Praying for the end. Working for the kingdom. Making sure that we’re at peace with God, and at peace with each other.
Acts 2:14-24, Joel 2, Joel 2:30-32
Olivet Discourse is examined as the relationship of the rapture to end-time events is analyzed. Exegetical challenges found in Matthew 24 and the parallel passages are discussed. This study focuses on Matthew 24:1-14.
Daniel 9:27, Psalms 118:26, 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17, Revelation 6, Revelation 13:1-18, 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4, Mark 13, Luke 21, Acts 2:16-21, Joel 2:28-3:2, Matthew 23:1-39, Matthew 24:1-51
As we CONSISTENTLY proclaim the good news of Jesus we can ANTICIPATE God’s harvest!
A Pattern For Missional Proclamation
Charles Spurgeon - the great prince of preachers of the 1800's- established a college for preaching to educate and train men who felt God's call to preach. At this college there was a regular practice the students enjoyed every Friday
New Testament is not an independent book. The gospel is nothing but the good news about birth, miracles, teachings, preaching of Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, it includes death and resurrection of Christ. It is the FULL GOSPEL.
Christians celebrate Pentecost because of the coming of God's Holy Spirit to lead and guide believers to live empowering lives.
Acts 2:1-13, Acts 2:13-40
Peter quotes Joel on the promises of God
The Holy Spirit of God fills us up with the divine will and sends us into the world that we may be agents of God's life and healing love.
The breath of God has blown in past and is still blowing.
Why did Jesus tell the apostles to wait until the Holy Spirit fell upon them before carrying out the Great Commission
A sermon for Pentecost.
Pentecost showed a God whose power comes upon us, whose presence rests gently upon us, and whose power manifests through us, to help a world in much need of a loving and forgiving Christ.
Acts 2:1-21, Acts 1:4-8
We so desperately need the Holy Spirit! We need to rediscover these 5 truths from Acts 2.