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  • Casual Christianity

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Jun 9, 2009
    based on 13 ratings

    A Casual Christian can be described as lukewarm. Casual Christians present a mixed worship, live a mixed lifestyle, and send a mixed message.

    CASUAL CHRISTIANITY Revelation 3:14-16 Introduction: George Barna has written a book entitled “The Seven Faith Tribes: Who They Are, What They Believe, and Why They Matter.” In that book Barna describes the seven tribes as Casual Christians, Captive Christians, Mormons, Jews, Pantheists, more

  • Casual Faith Or Committed Faith?

    Contributed by Travis Johnson on Mar 22, 2006
    based on 129 ratings

    What is the secret to real Christian living? Not how much you know; great leadership ability; personal charisma; or even a winning, positive attitude. The real key to Christian living is summed up in 2 words: FOLLOW ME.

    CASUAL FAITH OR COMMITTED FAITH? Mark 8:34, If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself & take up his cross & follow me. Intro: I saw a cartoon that showed a church building with a billboard in front that said: "The LITE CHURCH: 24% fewer commitments, home of the 71/2% tithe, more

  • Casual Attitude Or Committed Action?

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Mar 27, 2002
    based on 394 ratings

    Most people respond to Christ in one of two ways: casual attitude or committed action.

    CASUAL ATTITUDE OR COMMITTED ACTION? Mark 11:1-11 INTRO.- ILL.- A preacher was riding on a plane filled with people and cigarette smoke. (Of course, this had to be some time ago since we know that smoking is now banned on airplanes.) The preacher knew he would have to take a bath, and send more

  • Confronting Casual Christianity

    Contributed by Johnny Carver on May 22, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    This sermon challenges the attitude of today’s Christian in how they have let down on the disciplines of Christianity.

    Scripture: Luke 14:16 - Title: “Confronting Casual Christianity” Introduction: Jesus used the story of an imagery feast to represent the kingdom of God which was common among the Jews in Jesus’ day. His fellow guests, being influential Jews, would easily catch His meaning. Jesus was, in more

  • Jesus On Casual Divorce Series

    Contributed by David Flowers on Jul 10, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Part 6 of a 13 week series Hearing Jesus Again. This message looks at what Jesus says about divorce.

    Jesus On Casual Divorce Part 6 in series Hearing Jesus Again Wildwind Community Church David Flowers June 14, 2008 Dallas Willard writes: “Divorce, if it were rightly done, would be done as an act of love. It would be dictated by love and done for the honest good of the people involved. more

  • Casual Admirer Or Faithful Follower?

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Jun 12, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Lessons from the Triumphal Entry to transform our view of the lost.

    PALM SUNDAY, 2009 “CASUAL ADMIRER OR FAITHFUL FOLLOWER?” LUKE 19:29-44; MATTHEW 21:10-11 OPEN How many of you like parades? I love to watch parades – especially when someone I know is in the parade. I could tell you some horror stories about being in parades. One involves being in more

  • Casual Discipleship.... Not An Option

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Jun 24, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    We are called to be students, apprentices, involves worship, obedience, faith, sharing and imitating Jesus. The sermon includes quotes from Rick Warren The Purpose Driven Life, Dallas Willard, Divine Conspiracy & Rev. John Stott The Conte

    In Jesus Holy Name June 27, 2010 Text: Luke 9:57-58 Redeemer “Casual Discipleship…. Not an Option” Today’s message is not about “the way to heaven”. The text before is about our “walk with Jesus”. Christian discipleship. What more

  • #1taking The Things Of God Too Casually

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Nov 15, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    We have the tendencies to get so comfortable with the presence of Jesus and His word, that we lose our zeal and excitement.

    #1 TAKING THE THINGS OF GOD TOO CASUALLY Missing the presence of God By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. This is part one of a two part. Jude 1:22 And of some having compassion, making a difference. I recently read one of the main reasons a pastor leaves a church and moves to more

  • #2taking The Things Of God Too Casually Series

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Nov 15, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    We can develop the tendencies to take the the presence of Jesus too casually. It is an honor to know the Son of God.

    #2 TAKING THE THINGS OF GOD TOO CASUALLY Missing the presence of God By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. This is part two of a two part series. TEXT: Joshua 1:7 Only be thou strong and courageous, that thou mayest observe to DO according to ALL My law, which Moses my servant more

  • What To Do About Sin

    Contributed by Byrene Haney on Dec 14, 2003
    based on 8 ratings

    We live in a world that takes sinning casually how do we respond?

    In a society saturated with sin with little concern about it, we need a sermon to help us realize what sin is what it does. In our lesson for today it tells us that sin is walking in darkness and that sin breaks fellowship with God. Contrary to popular beliefs sin is a serious offense against more

  • Facing Our Obstacles Series

    Contributed by Gerald Van Horn on Dec 15, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    A casual reading of Joshua might well be viewed as a military conquest. There is another meaning...

    Facing Our Obstacles by Gerald Van Horn The Victory Side of Life #1 of a series Joshua 1:2-9 A casual reading of Joshua might well be viewed as a military conquest. We feel that there is also another meaning, as we will discover in this message. So many illustrate the crossing of more

  • Intimacy With God - What Are You Waiting For?

    Contributed by Mike Rickman on Jul 23, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    God wants more than a casual relationship with you. He desires to be intimate.

    July 22, 2007 Morning Worship Text: Isaiah 40:27-31 Subject: Intimacy with God Title: What Are You Waiting For? I want to share with you today about a topic that might scare you. I want to talk to you about relationships, specifically, your relationship with God. Relationships can be more

  • A Study In Elbows And Fingertips

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Jul 15, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    God understands the difference between elbows of unconcern or casualness and fingertips of faith.

    In the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, I found this one story of a study in elbows and fingertips. It is the story of how God understands the difference between elbows of unconcern or casualness and fingertips of faith. The story is the setting of our Lord returning from some time of rest more

  • Are You A Disciple?

    Contributed by Jerry Owen on Mar 6, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Much of the church today has watered down the gospel so much in order to just attract attenders that Lordship and discipleship are completely foreign concepts. Many want only a casual relationship with Christ, but Christ is not a casual relationship God.

    ARE YOU A DISCIPLE? Matthew 16:13-27 This week I was in my storage room looking for something. I reached to the top shelf and felt fur and claws. A flying squirrel jumped up on a box and stared at me. I yelled for Lana to come. Why? Because I needed a sermon illustration. She got there more

  • Is There Any Seed Left In The Barn? Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Mar 15, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    Exposition of Haggai 2:10-19, a call to radical commitment to the kingdom from the heart, and not just nominal, casual, routine obedience

    Text: Haggai 2:10-19, Title: Any Seed Left in the Barn? Date/Place: NRBC, 3/18/07, AM A. Opening illustration: American Christianity is has many wonderful, deep, steadfast, passionate believers among its ranks. But on the whole our commitment to the Christian faith is marginal at best. Take the more