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  • The Ethnic God

    Contributed by John Harvey on Jan 11, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    God is the God of all the nations.

    “The Ethnic God” January 15, 2006 Introduction: This morning, we have talked already about the mission outreach that we are partnered with in North Africa with Jeremy and Stephanie Clark, So often when we think of missions and evangelism we think of supporting people like the Clark’s who do more

  • Multi Ethnic Bereavement

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Apr 30, 2017

    I wrote this for a counseling class. It contains three parts: 1) Bereavement in religion 2) Bereavement in ethnic groups 3) Applications for pastoral and clinical counselors.

    To be used of the Lord to help those grieving is both satisfying and humbling. My personal prayer is that more mourners will be drawn to the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Gospel of Christ is the only thing that can bring true and lasting comfort. Jesus said, “Blessed are those that mourn, for they more

  • Racism In Theological Disguise

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Nov 13, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    We will discover the truth concerning the curse on Canaan and examine our own hearts regarding race relations.

    There is no shortage of controversial issues raised in the opening chapters of Genesis. We have already discovered the God’s Word has much to say about the subject of Creation, the family, the role of husband and wife, homosexuality, capital punishment, and role of government. Today, we come to a more

  • The Reforming Of All Saints! Series

    Contributed by Dustin T Parker on Dec 27, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    What happens when you put three congregations with people of a multitude of ethnicities? You have a foretaste of of the feast to come - where people of all ethnicities! This describes that multitude to a multitude

    The Gathering of Concordia and Passion All Saint’s Day, November 1st, 2009 The Reforming of All Saints! Rev. 7:9-17 † IN JESUS NAME † Grace to you, the people of God, from God our Father and Lord Jesus Christ! AMEN! A Site to See….. Abraham…. What no eye could see! Nor ear more

  • Counter-Cultural Christianity: Racism Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jan 30, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    We want to be a place of grace for discussions about race.

    Counter-Cultural Christianity: Racism Rev. Brian Bill January 31-February 1, 2015 Opening Video: A Perspective on Prejudice Do you feel some discomfort right now? Me too. And it’s about to get worse. Let’s admit upfront that there’s racism in the room and its not all more

  • Diverse Communities

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Mar 9, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Peter had been raised to believe one thing only to find it wasn’t true. Peter had always thought God was an exclusive God, for the Jews only, that Gentiles were second-class who didn’t deserve God’s attention like the Jews did.
But now, Peter sees h

    Diverse Communities Galatians 3:26-29 Have you ever believed something, only to find out that it wasn’t true? Consider these old wives tales. If you go outside with wet hair, you’ll catch a cold. Cold weather, wet hair, and chills don’t cause colds; viruses do. Reading in dim light will damage more

  • The Only Man Who Understood Women Series

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Jun 22, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    The amazing encounter with Jesus and the woman at the well.

    Jesus had been in Jerusalem, where he met with a religious fellow named Nicodemus. Nicodemus was a good man, yet Jesus told him that he needed to be “born again”. • Sometimes it was about the crowds…5,000 fed, women touching His hem while pushing through the more

  • Multiethnic Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Mar 19, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    God is no respecter of persons and He desires His House (His Church) to be a place for all nations – all people. A church is to be a place where there is no favoritism and all are treated fairly and equally.

    Series: We are Here! Sermon 6: Multiethnic (or multicultural, or diversity) Introduction: Show pictures of our changing world in this area of South Chicago: The Orland Mosque, the Lemont Hindu Temple, and the Chicago Buddhist Temple all represent how diverse our community is becoming. Our more

  • God's Purpose In Mercy Series

    Contributed by Gary Moore on Feb 4, 2008

    God is faithful in the execution of his plan of salvation. Paul deals with ethnic Israel.

    This means that it is not the children of the flesh who are the children of God, but the children of the promise are counted as offspring. INTRODUCTION ROMANS 9.1-11.36 There is an obvious coherency to the first 8 chapters of Romans that culminates with an affirmation of the believer’s more

  • Are We Well Connected?

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Sep 13, 2014

    A sermon on reaching out to various groups both in the church and outside the church (Material adapted from David Faust in Lookout Magazine May 4, 2003 edition, article entitled, "Are You Well Connected?")

    HoHum: Can You Hear Me Now? Cell phone needs to have a good connection or frustrating. WBTU: Good connections are vital in the church. We share a “partnership in the gospel” (Philippians 1:5). Just as an ear or a hand can’t fulfill its intended function if it’s more

  • Common Ground Series

    Contributed by Larry Cornett on May 20, 2002
    based on 33 ratings

    Man from every nation and tougue has been brought into one new ethnic group in the Body of Christ. We who were not a people(laos- people group)are now a holy nation (ethnos-ethnic group)in Christ and one in Him.

  • It's A Jungle Up There! Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Sep 8, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Not matter what the ethnic background, those who trust in Christ for salvation are our equals; we should seek to relate to all people groups.

    It’s A Jungle Up There! (Acts 10:9-29) 1. Since the 2nd century, Christians and Jews began thinking of themselves as two separate religious systems. Christianity was for gentiles, but if a Jew became a believer in Jesus, he was considered an outcast. 2. It is still that way today. Here is more

  • The Unity Of One Gospel Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Sep 22, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    The Gospel unifies people of all nations, races, ethnicity, culture, education and economic status. The Gospel is over culture, therefore it can be adapted to culture.

    Is Christianity for everyone? Is it available to everyone? How much does a person need to be removed from their culture to become a Christian? This issue about the Gospel and culture is not new. Christians have struggled with the Gospel and the effects of culture since the very beginning. Today more

  • Drowsy In The History Class

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 16, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    For both Transfiguration Sunday and Black History Month: We must not fall asleep to our racial and ethnic history, to the history of action for justice, or to our own personal histories and who has shaped us.

    Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC February 13, 1994 This, as you know, is Black History Month. Black History Month. What image does the word "history" conjure up for you? It may be that you are with industrialist Henry Ford, who said, "History is mostly bunk". Well, that's more

  • We Must Break Down The Walls

    Contributed by Riley Turner on Jan 26, 2001
    based on 85 ratings

    If the Body of Christ is ever to be the true example of reconciliation that God wants us to be, we must break down the walls of racial, ethnic, and cultural segregation that currently exist within the church.

    (This sermon was preached at a Unity Workshop at the Sterling Blvd. Church of Christ in Sheffield, AL, held in September of 2000. The Sterling church is predominately African American; however, they have been moving toward becoming a more racially mixed church. Following this sermon, the more