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  • Breaking Bread Together Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Nov 28, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    247 million Americans call themselves Christians yet Jesus calls us to be disciples. What is a disciple and what are the cost and sacrifices to be a disciple. (Taken from a series by Pastor Craig Groeschel of

    Introduction Series- on being a Disciple versus a Christian. As we have seen, many in our culture call themselves Christians, but few truly live like disciples. What is a disciple? Lk 14:26-27 (+ Living Bible, Amplified Bible) If you come to Jesus, you must live a certain way to be a more

  • Breaking Bread And Building Bonds Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 8, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    The Holy Spirit comes in community, and creates community. This message leads into communion.

    Breaking Bread and Building Bonds: Experiencing Biblical Community Acts 2:1-4, 42-47 September 14, 2003 Intro: We want to spend a little more time around the communion table this morning than normal, partly because it feels like the right thing to do early in the fall as the rhythm of our more

  • Breaking Bread: A Spiritual Tune Up

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on May 7, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    A Communion Meditation Breaking Bread Tunes the Mind, Attitudes, & the Heart

  • Let Us Break Bread Together Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Feb 18, 2003
    based on 58 ratings

    This is the 14th sermon in the series "Church On The Rocks". This sermon looks at the importance of The Lord’s Supper in worship.

    Sunday Morning February 23, 2003 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: ¡§Church On The Rocks¡¨ [#14] LET US BREAK BREAD TOGETHER 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Introduction: 1. When we come together to worship, what types of things do we do? „« Sing „« Pray „« Fellowship „« Read more

  • Come Let Us Break Bread Together

    Contributed by Melvin Maughmer, Jr. on Sep 22, 2003
    based on 40 ratings

    Come on in this house the table is set and the feast of the Lord is going on, but in order to eat at this table you must be His friend. Servants don’t eat at the master’s table, but friends do.

    “Come Let Us Break Bread Together” Luke 14:15-24 Naturally my mind began to think about the Lord’s Supper when on the night He was betrayed took bread: and when He had given thanks, he break it and said , Take eat: this is my body, which is broken for you, then he took the cup and more

  • Breaking Bread Together: Corporate Bible Study Series

    Contributed by Guy Caley on May 5, 2006
    based on 35 ratings

    2nd of 5 in the series"A Light Unto My Path: Growing Through God’s Word." What’s the point of Sermons Sunday School and Bible Studies and Fellowship Groups?

    What am I standing up here for and why? Why should pastors spend so much time studying and delivering sermons and what’s the point of Sunday School and Bible Studies and Fellowship Groups? Those are the questions we’ll deal with today as we look specifically at the role of the Bible in the Church more

  • Eating With The Troops Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 4, 2009
    based on 57 ratings

    The early church "gathered together to break bread." Why was this activity so critical to them and what can it mean to us?

    OPEN: There’s an old saying: “An army marches on… (its stomach).” What that means is: if an army doesn’t feed its men it’s not going anywhere. Without food the troops eventually can’t march, they can’t maneuver, and they can’t fight. So one of the logistical problems for armies has always more

  • What Does It Take To Be A Church? Series

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Jul 11, 2004
    based on 51 ratings

    The early Christians devoted themselves to: 1. The Apostle’s teaching - learning. 2. The Fellowship - worship. 3. Breaking Bread - friendship. 4. Prayer

    This description of the early church is truly amazing. Something had happened to these otherwise ordinary people. The people who were a part of this church no longer thought of themselves — their own rights and possessions — their whole identity was a group identity. They found their meaning more

  • Awakening To The Bread Series

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Apr 25, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    The journey to Emmaus is a mystery. Along the way we meet a stranger and He explains the Scriptures to us. Then He breaks bread and the mystery is revealed.

    Intro The journey to Emmaus is a mystery. Along the way we meet a stranger and He explains the Scriptures to us. Then He breaks bread and the mystery is revealed. Purpose Let’s introduce the stranger who accompanies us on life’s journey. Plan Let’s look at Luke 24:13-35 and the more

  • The Fragments Of Our Lives

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Mar 12, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    Our God is concerned about the fragments about what is left. Yield to the will of God, Give him every portion every fragment of your life. Allow him to mold you, to refine you into the image of His. Our inadequacy makes room for His sufficiency!

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service there are four Scripture Readings prior to the Message. The assigned Readings for today are: 2 Chronicles 36:14-23; Psalm 122; Ephesians 2:4-10 and John 6:1-15. We have a story before us ... in our Gospel text ...that has been told ... and more

  • Facing Life's Problems Together Series

    Contributed by Darrell Stetler Ii on Nov 17, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    You don’t find this kind of closeness and support in every church today -- but in the early church, everyone was serious about doing life together, no matter what. How can we develop that in our church? *HANDOUT INCLUDED*

    *NOTE: I am indebted to Rick Warren for the outline containing the "Fortify Your Faith" , etc. in this sermon. Please see "The Purpose Driven Church" (Zondervan, 1995) for more info. Acts 2:41 Then those who gladly received his word were baptized; and that day about three thousand souls were more

  • Devotion - The Seed Of Growth Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Oct 15, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Believers get really excited about the passages in Acts where a great number of people came to Christ and the church grew in miraculous leaps and bounds, however, what many beleivers miss in these passages are the previous verses that reveal what the chur

    Sermon Brief Date Written: October 13, 2010 Date Preached: October 17, 2010 Where Preached: OPBC (AM) Sermon Details: Series Title: Reaching Our Community Sermon Title: Devotion – The Seed of Growth! Sermon Text: Acts 2:44-47 [ESV] 42 And they devoted themselves to more

  • Finding Your Talents (Ministry) Series

    Contributed by Darrell Stetler Ii on Nov 28, 2004
    based on 31 ratings

    This early church was so powerful. . .one reason was that they had discovered that each person had gifts, and they used them to MEET NEEDS! The question is, "How can I find MY gifts for ministry?" *HANDOUT INCLUDED*

    Acts 2:41 Then those who gladly received his word were baptized; and that day about three thousand souls were added to them. 42 ¶ And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers. 43 Then fear came upon every soul, and many more

  • The Lord's Supper

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Aug 4, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Why do we need to observe the Lord’s supper.

    "THE LORD’S SUPPER" INTRODUCTION 1. An act of worship in which we engage each Sunday is The Lord’s Supper... a. Known also as The Communion (1 Co 10:16) and The Breaking Of Bread (Ac 2:42) b. Today, some refer to it as The Eucharist, from the Greek eucharisteo, "giving of thanks", more

  • Jesus Meets Ronald Mcdonald (A Sermon On Luke 24)

    Contributed by David Smith on Apr 25, 2008

    The passsage is Luke 24:13-35 - the story of the diciples who meet Jesus on the road to Emmaus. The occassion was the 4th Sunday in Easter. The connection with Ronald McDonald was an article that had recently been published by a Diocesan heavyweight, enti

    I’ve made it a rule over the years never to discuss church politics stuff in a sermon. Indeed, I try to avoid bringing up issues that are specifically churchy altogether, in a sermon especially - partly because I don’t think it’s appropriate to try to polarise people over issues that are more