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  • Experience Forever Family

    Contributed by Daniel Devilder on Dec 4, 2006

    I think the term “forever family” is appropriate and attractive in putting together these two images: 1. the earthly family 2. the heavenly family or faith family or God’s family Focusing too narrowly on the first one can lead us to only think ab

    9/11 Babies—5 years later. ABC News Diane Sawyer: Showed a gathering of women who found themselves both pregnant then widowed when 9/11 came crashing down Today, those babies look even more like the fathers they never met, but now they shoot questions like arrows: They want to know what more

  • "God's Forever Family" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Jun 20, 2017

    The word church in the Greek is the word ekklesia. It is used roughly 100 times in the Scripture. But I want you to understand something. A church is not about a building or a location... It is about people. God’s people gathered together to worship and

    FAMILY MATTERS “God’s Forever Family” Ephesians 2:13-22 It was way back in the 1970s before I was married in fact that I became a part of what was known as THE JESUS MOVEMENT. I drove a 1969 Mustang, candy apple red and the license plate I posted on the front of the car said just one more

  • Are You A Part Of God's Forever Family? Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Aug 16, 2012
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus uses the example of His biological family to teach that we can be a part of another family, a spiritual family and how we can be a part of God’s forever family.

    INTRODUCTION Families have always mattered to God. Before He created the nation or the church, He created a family. Someone said families are like fudge candy—mostly sweet, but with a few nuts! We’re going to talk about being a part of God’s forever family today. Today is more

  • God’s Forever Family

    Contributed by Scott Spencer on Apr 4, 2014

    We are often misunderstood in this life. Often as believers seeking to serve God, we are misunderstood. Sometimes we are even opposed by well-intentioned people. Now, when those people are member of our family, it makes it increasingly difficult.

    God’s Forever Family Mark 3:31-35 31 Then His mother and His brothers arrived, and standing outside they sent word to Him and called Him. 32 A crowd was sitting around Him, and they said to Him, “Behold, Your mother and Your brothers are outside looking for You.” more

  • Children Of Promise

    Contributed by John Visser on Jul 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    By faith you receive God’s forgiveness and restoration. At that point you are reconciled to Him and become part of His forever family.

    CHILDREN OF PROMISE Acts 2:38,39 One of the practices we value as a denomination is infant baptism. The logic behind infant baptism is not that baptism automatically saves our children. Rather, we see it a sign and a symbol of the covenant that God enters into with believers and their children. more

  • "God's Family....better Together" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Jun 20, 2017

    If we trace God’s hand back to the book of Genesis and follow it through the OT we see God as the creator of two institutions. (1) The family and (2) the church. And we quickly realize that the two are very closely related.

    FAMILY MATTERS “God’s Family….Better Together” Acts 2:42-47 “I’m so glad I’m a part of the family of God, I’ve been washed in the fountain, cleansed by his blood, joint heirs with Jesus as we travel this side; I’m a part of the family, the family of God.” Have you heard that before? I more

  • What Is Communion To You?

    Contributed by Ronald Keller on May 2, 2004
    based on 80 ratings

    A Communion sermon that ends with an opportunity for members of the congregation to share briefly one of the things Communion means to them.

    INTRODUCTION When someone comes to my house for dinner, we eat—And because of my wife’s good cooking, it is always good eating. As we eat we talk, and we talk, and we talk… Our guests and my wife and I get to know each other much better. Today, in a few minutes, before we come to the more

  • Love Each Other

    Contributed by Ronald Keller on May 24, 2003
    based on 135 ratings

    The Christian Church is a family--Joined together by the love and blood of Jesus Christ--Therefore we must love each other.

    INTRODUCTION Growing up I loved to listen to the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team on KDKA, America’s first radio station. I still remember sitting in a football locker room in the 1960s, listening to the Pirates win the World Series. (When the Red Sox finally win a series, you can be sure more

  • God's Great Rescue Plan (Orphans - Foster Children)

    Contributed by Perry Hancock on Jan 22, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    God's Great Rescue Plan is a sermon about adoption and foster care. The goal is for the church and individual Christians to assume their roles in providing care for orphans.

    God’s Great Rescue Plan Ephesians 1:4, 5 Dr. Perry Hancock Have you ever been rescued? Most of us this past week saw the rescue of the man who fell off the cruise ship… Have you ever been rescued? I mean truly rescued. You were in a hopeless situation, no way out, but someone came more

  • The Relationship Of Believers To Believers Series

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Feb 29, 2012

    How believers relate to other believers is important. That’s because division will destroy a body of people quicker than any other single thing. Division destroys the body of Christ, the fellowship of believers, and the witness of believers.

    Last week we talked about the relationship of Jesus to believers. We got into a lengthy discussion about the joy that only God can give. We saw that as God loves His Son Jesus Christ, so Christ loves us. Tonight Jesus talks about the relationship of believers to believers. How believers more

  • Why Pray?

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Jun 6, 2004
    based on 24 ratings

    This sermon examines Paul’s prayer in Eph. 3:14-21 and encourages the hearer to ask "Why Pray?"

    ¡§WHY PRAY?¡¨ Eph. 3:14-21 INTRO ¡V Play ¡§Let Us Pray¡¨ by Steven Curtis Chapman. ¡§I¡¦m praying for you¡¨ ¡V How many times do we say this to someone? As a church, right now we are praying for Brooks, Bonnie, Youth choir, bldg. program, VBS, Jeff & Carol Evans, Chechens, Richard & more

  • God's Indescribable Gift – A Gift Worth Understanding Series

    Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Nov 16, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    On this Christmas morning I want us to come to better understand God’s indescribable gift. These are basic but essential truths we need to know about the gift God has given to us. To help us remember God’s gift we will use the word GIFT as an acrostic:

    GOD’S INDESCRIBABLE GIFT – A Gift Worth Understanding John 1:1-14 INTRODUCTION: Video Clip: HIS NAME WILL BE (:59) Jesus—A Gift Worth Understanding Many people do not understand God’s gift. • John 1:10-11 (NIV) [10] He was in the world, and though the world was made through him, the more

  • How God Saves The Best Till Last

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on May 5, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    A look at what an incredible Kingdom Jesus is offering.

    Outline: WHAT’S THE POINT? What Jesus does here is a sign, which is initially fulfilled in the disciples’ amazed response to the miracle. - John 2:11. DAWNING AWARENESS: Beyond the initial “wow” factor, there is a lot here to show that God has “saved the best more

  • For God So Loved Series

    Contributed by Jordan Satterfield on Feb 1, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Inspirational sermon. Considers the Extent and the Intent of God’s Love.

    FOR GOD SO LOVED JOHN 3:14-21 Introduction: Our kids have been working on learning the verses we read tonight. This past week, Daniel was trying to say them to Kayla and got John 3:16 a little mixed up. “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only FORGOTTEN Son.” That’s an easy more

  • You Are Not Alone

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on May 21, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    As the disciples face the reality that the One who loved & accepted them unconditionally will soon be leaving, Jesus assures them that his love & acceptance will continue through the Spirit, if they will also love as Christ loves them.

    Almost 35 years ago, the NBC news affiliate in Knoxville started a special news segment that ran once a week called, “Monday’s Child.” Every Monday, this unique segment featured the story of a child, usually a little older and usually with some sort of special needs or other more