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  • Balanced Unity

    Contributed by Charles Mallory on May 19, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 988 views

    We can celebrate our denominational differences without it causing division because Jesus was clear in his prayer that we are to be unified in spirit and purpose.

    AUTHOR, CHUCK SWINDOLL, WROTE THAT “UNION HAS AN AFFILIATION WITH OTHERS BUT NO COMMON BOND THAT MAKES THEM ONE IN HEART. UNIFORMITY HAS EVERYONE LOOKING AND THINKING ALIKE. UNANIMITY IS COMPLETE AGREEMENT ACROSS THE BOARD. UNITY, HOWEVER, REFERS TO A ONENESS OF HEART, A SIMILARITY OF PURPOSE, AND ...read more

  • Foremost

    Contributed by Preacher Fo Real on Jul 16, 2009
    based on 2 ratings
     | 965 views

    This is a sermon commemorating the years of gospel service of the patriarchs of the Walker Family.

    Foremost, I want to give the honor that is due to patriarchs of the Walker family that labors and toils in the thankless and often overworked profession of the gospel ministry. My late father, Rev. Roosevelt Leon Walker, Jr. preached for over 50 years before his death. My uncles, Bishop George ...read more

  • Other Sheep Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Feb 27, 2012
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,528 views

    When the disciples were disturbed about the other work going on outside their group, Jesus set them straight.

    Other Sheep Mark 9:38-41 There is a difference in having a lot of Churches and making an impact for Christ. There are just over 20 Major religions in the world and Christianity is one of them. Each religion has multiple, sometimes tens of thousands of, denominations. A denomination is defined ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 18, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,164 views

    With all the different views today, ‘Why is Denominationalism Wrong?’

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 1: ‘Why is Denominationalism Wrong?’ Let me tell all of you something very unique . . . As from the very first part of even making mention of this type of series, I met some strong rebuttals from a lot of fellow Christians, as well ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 25, 2012
     | 855 views

    Now I know that many people have a problem with the idea that baptism is for the remission of sins . . . To them, baptism has nothing to do with GOD’S plan of salvation. To them, to suggest baptism is necessary . . . is to deny we are justified by

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 4: ‘Is Baptism a Necessary Part of the Gospel?’ When you are out there busting your rear to make ends meet, we all have a tendency to put things on a ‘back burner’, and make plans to get them at a later date. The problem ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 25, 2012
     | 748 views

    I want you all to know that the importance to all of this relates very closely to the subject of “Authority in Religion” . . . It is impossible to maintain unity unless we can agree upon a ‘standard’ of authority. Funny thing is . . .

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 5: “Determining Our Standard of Authority” Now that Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s can be put behind us, maybe we can start putting more emphasis on those things we should be working on through out the year . . . ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 25, 2012
     | 694 views

    Consider this . . . some of the ‘objective’ standards of authority could be the sources outside of ourselves that we look to direct us . . .

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 6: ‘What Many Accept as Authority in Religion’ Within the last message, I endeavored to show you three things . . . (1) That it is through the writing of the apostles, the “apostles’ doctrine” that the LORD speaks ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 25, 2012
     | 860 views

    There were a lot of questions that came in from the last message, so hopefully in this message; I will be able to answer some of them . . .

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 7: ‘Further Thoughts Related to Authority in Religion’ I never would have thought I would have gotten so many responses to the last message, but I thank GOD that so many of you have taken such an active interest to this Email ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 25, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,126 views

    I am by no means a perfect man . . . and I know I make mistakes . . . but I do everything I can possibly do to make sure that when I am preaching to you on any given topic, that I have the Word of GOD to back me up . . . With that in mind, I want to s

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 8: “Maintaining Unity in the Local Community” You know you have to admit the fact that when a preacher gets on a topic such as this, he has to be most careful to word himself just as the LORD would have him do . . . I know a lot ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 28, 2012
     | 1,216 views

    But is it possible for people today to simply be Christians, without being a member of any man – made denomination?

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 2: ‘The Way Out of Religious Division’ Let me first start off by saying THANK YOU to all of you that made such wonderful replies to the first message of this series. I was well impressed with some of the knowledge you guys ...read more

  • Following Jesus Without Denominationalism Series

    Contributed by Sam Baker on Mar 28, 2012
     | 875 views

    This was to let us be sure that we have answered the call of the gospel, by which HE adds us to HIS church and not some sort of denomination begun by a man.

    Following Jesus without Denominationalism Part 3: ‘Accepting the Call of the Gospel’ Three messages in, and the series is just now starting to really heat up; and getting really good if I should say so myself, as the LORD has actually been teaching me a thing or two here as ...read more

  • Deliver Us From Evil

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Aug 18, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,765 views

    What do we mean when we pray "deliver us from evil"?

    People have always been divided about Jesus. I have known folks who are so “sold-out” to Jesus they drive everybody else crazy. They come across like the butcher who wanted to be a good soul-winner, so he took some training in personal evangelism and memorized all the scriptures and ...read more

  • Clear And Present Danger Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Oct 19, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,576 views

    Sermon delivered at the Mell Baptist Assn Annual Meeting 2010 regarding the decline of our churches, associations, and conventions

    Text: Rev 3:1-6, Title: Clear and Present Danger, Date/Place: Mell Assn Annual Mtg, 10/14/10 A. Opening illustration: Dying Churches video, tell about the shock and broken heartedness that I felt when I did the OMC in Screven Co. read the Finding New Life for Struggling Churches, Stetzer about ...read more

  • Church Divided, Denominated, Disobedient!

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jan 12, 2013
    based on 9 ratings
     | 3,857 views

    God’s word calls the church to high standards. Division and denominationalism should be unacceptable based on what the Bible clearly teaches.

    What makes a certain food your favorite food? 1. You like its taste. 2. It satisfies your hunger. 3. It has all the vitamines and nutrients that you need for good health. What makes a certain church right for you? 1. You like its taste. 2. It satisfies your spiritual hunger. 3. It has ...read more

  • Jesus Prays For Our Unity

    Contributed by Bobby Gilstrap on Nov 13, 2000
    based on 979 ratings
     | 100,686 views

    Jesus prays for the unity of his disciples and the church.

    “JESUS PRAYS FOR OUR UNITY” JOHN 17:20-26 (NASB) The billboard shows a little girl sitting on her daddy’s shoulders waving an American flag … and the caption says ... WHAT MAKES US GREAT … “Unity, pass it on!” Since 9/11 - “United We Stand” has been the theme – we want to project a united ...read more