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  • Sharing Your Story With Those Closest To You Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 8, 2021

    haring your salvation story builds a relationship bridge of understanding that Jesus can walk across into the heart of a lost person.

    To know Jesus is to have a story of how you came to know Jesus. This story is often referred to as your “testimony.” In fact, if you are saved you have a testimony or a story. Your personal story matters; the personal details of how you came to Christ matter. The change Christ makes in your life more

  • A Tectonic Collision: Truth Confronts Hatred Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 1, 2021

    Sometimes lost people reject the Gospel because they do not understand, sometimes because they do. We must be faithful and recognize the results are in God’s hands, not ours.

    A Tectonic Collision: Truth Confronts Hatred (Acts 22:1-29) 1. We have had our embarrassing social situations. 2. One woman writes, “This is my favorite story… and it’s a true one. I’ve made my mother tell this story so many times she’s got to be sick of it. “My mom, Rhonda Willeford, has a more

  • Sermon On The Importance Of Baptism

    Contributed by William Meakin on Apr 13, 2021

    Baptism has been identified as: "Giving the faithful a parallel to Jesus's death for man."

    William Stringfellow, an American lay theologian once remarked: "Thus the vocation of the baptized person is a simple thing: it is to live from day to day, whatever the day brings, in this extraordinary unity, in this reconciliation with all people and all things, in this knowledge that death more

  • Christian Courtesy Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    Paul could very well have another honor added to his impressive record. He could be considered the most courteous man in the New Testament, next to his Lord.

    Timothy Eaton became the most successful business man in the history of Canada by the simple virtue of courtesy. Back in 1869, when he started his first store, he instituted a new policy. In those days a customer was almost compelled to buy something. He was coaxed and implored, and even bullied, more

  • Paul's Unique Experience Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    This is Paul's personal testimony, and it fits nobody else in all of history. As far as the record goes, nobody else on this planet was every converted by getting knocked to the ground and blinded by the presence of Christ.

    America was at war with Spain in 1898. One of the most unusual incidents in the history of naval warfare took place. One night Captain Freemont of the American ship Porter detected some strange object coming toward the ship. As it came closer he saw that it was a torpedo. Ensign Irving Gillis more

  • The Challenge Of Change Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    Paul becomes an ideal subject for the study of a Christian in a world of change. He went through the most radical change of any of the Apostles in his conversion. He had the most radical change of career, and faced the most radical changes in theological commitment.

    On a dark November day in 1884 the people of Chicago passing over the bridge near Clark street were surprised. Below them at the dock was a ship piled high with Christmas trees of all sizes. The news raced through the city, and soon there were reporters there sensing a story, and they more

  • Learning To Listen Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    Listening to God's Word brings us into the kingdom, and it is by listening to it that we grow and become sanctified. That is why Jesus says to the churches in Revelation over and over, "He who has ears to hear, let him hear what the Spirit has to say to the churches."

    Benjamin Franklin decided to take stock of him self one New Years, and try to figure out why he seemed to alienate people, and why he lost friends so easily. He discovered that one of his major flaws was that he was not willing to listen to others. He had all of the answers and was arrogant. more

  • Our Lord And Our Land Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 22, 2021

    Paul was proud to be a Roman citizen. It was not because the empire was perfect, but because his citizenship gave him rights that were vital to his personal dignity, and to his service for God.

    Human rights is a major issue in our world today, but it is not a new issue. Even under the Roman Emperor men had rights and they were precious. The Apostle Paul was unjustly arrested. He was about to be beaten when he calmly asked the Roman Centurion in charge if it was lawful to scourge a man more

  • Thank God For Rights Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 10, 2021

    Jesus paid the ultimate price for the ultimate right, which was the right to become a child of God. As Christians we have a right to confess our sins, be forgiven, and become children of God. As Americans we have a right to share this good news with anyone.

    On Sept. 17, 1787 the leaders of our nation signed a document, which is to our freedom as Americans what the New Testament is to our freedom in Christ. They signed the Constitution Of The United States, and that is now the longest lasting Constitution every drawn up by leaders of a major nation. more

  • A Riot That Turned Into A Testimony Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 23, 2021

    But we cannot fulfill our baptismal commitment until we “go and proclaim.”

    Monday of 3rd Week in Course Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul Today’s Gospel really takes us to the core teaching that we sum up in the word “Gospel,” which means “Good News.” That core teaching is that we are not to just come to Jesus, not just listen to Him and be forgiven, healed, baptized more

  • Repent And Be Converted Series

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Sep 29, 2020
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    To establish that the phrase: "To repent and be converted for the believers' sins to be blotted out” is the same promise as: “to repent, and be baptized, in the name of Jesus Christ, for the remission of sins." True conversion is only possible through faith and obedience to God.

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Repent and be converted Remarks. 1. In this lesson today, we will be discussing the theme: “Repent and be converted." This is the sixth lesson in the sermon-series entitled: "Re-digging in Old Wells." There will be many others bearing this title. We are more

  • Calling On The Name Of The Lord Series

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Sep 18, 2020
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    To establish that "calling on the name of the Lord to be saved" is through the hearing of faith and obedience to the gospel. We will clarify what is meant by: "calling on the name of the Lord." And how repentant believers call on the name of the Lord to be saved.

  • Mission Of Love (Thursday Of The 7th Week Of Easter)

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jun 19, 2020
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    Are we ready to venture into mission of love rather than our differences with others?

    Reflection We read in the Acts (Acts 22:30; 23:6-11) that Paul came down and spoke as a Pharisee realising that there were two groups. They were: 1. Pharisees, & 2. Sadducees. Pharisee believed in resurrection, spirits and angels. Sadducee did not believe all three. The debate broke out more

  • Get Up!

    Contributed by David Simpson on Apr 20, 2020

    Have you ever seen those football games where the quarterback is knocked on his back and another player offers him his hand to help him back up? Well, that’s what God does for us. 1 Peter 5:6 says: “Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time.”

    Sermon June 9, 2019 David Simpson –Lanier Christian Church (for Galilee Christian Church Special Message) GET UP! I played organized football for two years. Yep, I played on the defensive line for the Baldwin County Shriners. Last year, I saw my coach, Bill Milines, and he loves to tell the more

  • Water Ways: Purposes Of Baptism

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Feb 18, 2020

    There are several reasons God instituted baptism as part of the discipleship process.

    1. Baptism of Paul Harvey – Conservative Radio Broadcaster – “Now you know the rest of the story.” In Guideposts magazine, Paul Harvey wrote about his baptism. “The preacher had said there was nothing magic in the water. Yet as I descended into its depths and rose again, I knew something more