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  • Paul's First Convert In Europe

    Contributed by Jeff Simms on Jun 4, 2003
    based on 29 ratings
     | 4,413 views

    To learn from Paul’s approach how he spoke to people about the gospel- emphasizes Lydia and her conversion

    Paul’s First Convert in Europe Acts 16:11-15 Primary Purpose: To learn from Paul how he approached people with the gospel message. Background: As we begin our second missionary journey with Paul we see that the Holy Spirit is directing their path toward new territory for them. He ...read more

  • The Vision, The Venture, & The Victory - Gospel In Europe Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Aug 11, 2005
    based on 631 ratings
     | 87,029 views

    Catch the vision and hear the "Macedonian Call". We are in debt to Paul and Silas who let God turn them around and into Europe. Link included to free formatted text version, handout, and PowerPoint.

    The Vision, The Venture, & The Victory Acts 16:6-15 ----- This is part 1 of a 3 part message from this chapter. The 3 people saved were Lydia [A TENDER heart--this sermon], the possessed slave girl [A TORMENTED heart], and the Philippian jailer [A TOUGHENED heart]. Please see all 3 sermons ...read more

  • The Apostolic Invasion Of Europe (A Sermon On Acts 16:9-15)

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 14, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 4,871 views

    Philippi was a tough place to start a mission - wrong type of people, wrong area, wrong timing! But it seems that God doesn’t need straightforward circumstances in or...

    We’re reading from the diary of St Paul, as given to us in the book of Acts - a section covering Paul’s second tour of duty in Asia Minor. In Acts Chapter 16, Paul begins what we might call the Apostolic invasion of Europe! In the diary entry that follows this one, Paul and his comrade Silas are ...read more

  • Paul's European Tour Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Russell on Oct 13, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,380 views

    This message looks at the lessons we can learn from Paul's teaching as he traveled throughout Europe with the Gospel message

    INTRODUCTION * Progression in the book of Acts: - started with a group of men, given a challenge by Christ to take the message of Christ to all the world - these and faithful to share that message, as were those they shared it with; a successive chain of evangelism - the growth/flourish of the ...read more

  • Whom Shall I Fear?

    Contributed by Terry Barnhill on Oct 16, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,235 views

    In 732 AD, Charles Martel, AKA "The Hammer", stopped the Islamic invasion of Europe and preserved the future of Christianity for a thousand years. Was Charles choosen by God?

    The date was October 11, 732 A.D. The place was southern France in the modern day province of Poitou-Charentes. On that date, two mighty armies met on a wide rolling plain between the ancient, walled cities of Tours and Poitiers. Their confrontation is known as the “Battle of Tours,” and it ...read more

  • Overcoming The Spirit Of Perversion

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Sep 29, 2011
    based on 13 ratings
     | 36,087 views

    The spirit of whoredom & perversion often work hand in hand. These spirits have captured & captivated much of Europe and America’s young people.

    A The spirit of whoredom & perversion often work hand in hand. 1 These spirits have captured & captivated much of Europe and America’s young people. a Nearly every celebrity & sports figure that children demigod have be demonized by these two spirits. aa Tiger Woods, Michael Jackson, ...read more

  • Be A Winner For Christ!

    Contributed by Dave Martin on Feb 9, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 5,643 views

    In September of 1995, the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters suffered a rare defeat on the basketball court as they toured Europe with a team made up of several former professional basketball stars.

    Pastor Dave Martin Cross Creek Community Church ~ Feb 6, 2005 Be a Winner for Christ! In September of 1995, the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters suffered a rare defeat on the basketball court as they toured Europe with a team made up of several former professional basketball stars. The 91-85 ...read more

  • The Seventy Weeks Of Daniel (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by Gregg Strawbridge on Apr 27, 2006
    based on 8 ratings
     | 1,010 views

    This passage explains God’s purpose with the Jewish people and Jerusalem. It is fulfilled in what Jesus did in His life, death, and resurrection, as well as the judgment that follows from His rejection. It does not say a word about the Rapture, the Europe

    A Catechism for Little Saints 1) What did Gabriel say would happen to Jerusalem and to the temple? 2) What does Daniel 9 teach about Christ? 3) What did Jesus say would happen to Jerusalem and the temple? 4) When did this finally happen? 5) How should we then live? The Christology of the ...read more

  • Let Holy Spirit Help Lead In Formal And Informal Settings

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 33 ratings
     | 1,933 views

    General John Galvin, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe was asked what was it like to be in charge of a variety of forces. His reply: “I often feel like the director of a cemetery. I have a lot of people under me but nobody listens

    Learning to Lead in Formal and Informal Settings (I Cor 9:19-27) Some leaders are comfortable in formal settings but are awkward informally relating to people. Jonathan Edwards, the former President of Princeton Seminary was dismissed as the Pastor of his local church for that very reason. ...read more

  • Troubled But Not Distressed

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Dec 14, 2003
    based on 83 ratings
     | 11,364 views

    Too many people fall in to the trap of feeling like they are a victim of their circumstances. John Leo, in the Dec. 8th, 2003 edition of US News and World Report writes: "Expert victimologists estimate that 91.2% of people in North America and Europe now

    Troubled but Not Distressed (2 Cor. 4:8-18) Paul reminds us that even though we may think we are at the end of our rope, we are never without hope. Paul faced all kinds of troubles, hardships and adversity for the sake of the Lord Jesus and His kingdom’s ministries. Regardless of the ...read more

  • The Da Vinci Code, Part 1: Do The Winners Write History? Series

    Contributed by Lee Strobel on May 2, 2006
    based on 135 ratings
     | 5,037 views

    That’s what we’re going to find out in this new series on The Da Vinci Code. Garry Poole and I traveled to Europe to investigate the sites of Dan Brown’s story, but our biggest surprise occurred in Lincoln Cathedral. That’s where director Ron Howard filme

    Cracking the Da Vinci Code Part I: Do the Winners Write History? Lee Strobel Sign up for Lee Strobel’s free e-newsletter Investigating Faith at www.LeeStrobel.com [Note: This message was immediately preceded by the video segment from Session 1 of the Discussing the Da Vinci Code DVD, ...read more

  • Lydia: The Business Woman Series

    Contributed by Marcel Odimgbe on Nov 13, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 10,429 views

    Lydia was a successful business woman and yet had time to seek and worship God. her conversion to Christianity singled her out among many other women as she became the first convert in Europe. It was through her God opened the door for the ministry in the

    LYDIA: THE BUSINESS WOMAN (Acts 16:13 -14, 40, Proverbs 31:10-31) INTRODUCTION Lydia was a successful businesswoman. A dealer of purple cloth, she mingled with the wealthy of her day. Her trade was in demand by the rich and influential in the city. She can be likened to the virtuous woman in ...read more

  • Remembrance Day Poppy

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Nov 4, 2006
    based on 60 ratings
     | 12,368 views

    The Poppy used on Remembrance Sunday is a symbol of sacrifice by brave men and women in warfare but the Christian Church also has a symbol of sacrifice in the Cross of Jesus

    What is so special about a poppy on Remembrance Day? Why not use a pansy? Scarlet poppies grow naturally in conditions of disturbed earth throughout Western Europe. The destruction brought by the Napoleonic wars of the early 19th Century, transformed bare land into fields of blood red poppies, ...read more

  • Decisions And Bifocals Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Mar 26, 2003
    based on 18 ratings
     | 946 views

    7th and final sermon in a series on the seven Churches in Revelation. Looking at characteristics that help us have a positive presence in our community and in our church.

    EVERYBODY IS KNOW FOR SOMETHING Decisions and Bifocals Rev. 3:14-22 INTRODUCTION: All of the messages to the churches of Asia are extremely practical, but perhaps none fits the conditions in North America as much as does the message to Laodicea, a church that had become lukewarm in its ...read more

  • The Empty Cube And God's Design

    Contributed by Anthony Seel on Sep 4, 2006
    based on 5 ratings
     | 1,788 views

    A sermon on the law for Christians.

    The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost September 3, 2006 St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church The Rev. M. Anthony Seel, Jr. Deuteronomy 4:1-9 “The Empty Cube and God’s Design” In the west end of Paris stands La Grande Arche de la Defense. Work on La Grande Arche began in 1982 and was ...read more