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  • Ministering To Hispanic Catholics Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 8, 2010

    Xenophobia destroyed the Jews in Nazi Germany; we must not let it stand in the way of our mission.

    St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross–August 9, 2010 You Shall Be My Witnesses Here at the beginning of August, the Church gives us feasts that are pointed reminders that Jesus, who predicted His own assassination, was not the last Christian martyr, only the first. I’ve often commented more

  • Reaching The Hispanic Community Of Pasadena For Jesus!

    Contributed by Tony Vila on Jul 24, 2008

    In order to grow in our relationship with Jesus, we need to tell others about Him. Follow the FOUR B’s to Sharing your Faith with others and inviting them to Church!

    Pass out 25 flyers to each person – make a commitment weekly Bring one Hispanic friend with you to church next Saturday!!!! SERMON TITLE : Reaching the Hispanic Community of Pasadena For Jesus! Main Text: John 1:35-42 35The next day John again was standing with two of his disciples, more

  • Meditations For A Quinceañera

    Contributed by Adrián Olivas on Apr 27, 2002
    based on 89 ratings

    This is a sample ceremony for a Christian younglady’s "coming of age" celebration which most hispanic cultures celebrate.

  • One In The Spirit: God Shows No Partiality

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Apr 24, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    This sermon compares Peter’s ministry with Cornelius in Acts 10 to the open door God is giving our congregation to be partners in ministry with a Hispanic speaking congregation.

    One in the Spirit: God Shows No Partiality --Acts 10:34-48 On Sunday evening, January 27, 2002, Olympic gymnasts Mary Lou Retton-Kelley, Kerri Strug, and Bart Conner appeared on the Celebrity version of the TV Reality-Game Show “The Weakest Link,” along with five other famous Olympic more

  • Expectation Examination Series

    Contributed by Rich Dunbar on Apr 7, 2005
    based on 42 ratings

    This message looks at four areas in which we need to examine our expectations. It was preached during a combined service with our Hispanic mission hence it’s brevity and spacing to allow for translation.

  • Ash Wednesday Emtional Wounds--Emotional Healing

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 16, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    This message was preached on Ash Wednesday and it deals with the power of Jesus Christ to bring healing to the emotional wounds of our lives.

    Ash Wednesday Emotional Wounds & Healing 3/9/11 Isaiah 53:1-15 Luke 4:14-20 Ash Wednesday is a time when we begin to become clean with God and accept what God says about us. I came across the following section from the book “Imitation of Christ” more

  • What Color Is God?

    Contributed by Monte Brown on Jun 27, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    A message that addresses race and the question of what color is God.

    What Color is God? Nehemiah 9:1-4; Romans 8:1-16 Monte T. Brown June 29, 2008 Sunday Morning Heart O’ the Hills Prelude In the book of Nehemiah chapter 9 we see the people first experiencing God. Questions arose about God and His more

  • Coming Together

    Contributed by Timothy Archer on Apr 8, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Special sermon for a combined bilingual service at the University Church of Christ in Abilene, TX

    The last few weeks have been different, to say the least. Three weeks ago today, my family and I were worshiping with the church in Córdoba, Argentina. A week ago today, I was on a trip for Herald of Truth to Matanzas, Cuba, worshiping with the brothers there and witnessing several dozen baptisms. more

  • "The World's First Glance" Series

    Contributed by Bradley Boydston on Jan 11, 2002
    based on 19 ratings

    From the beginning, perceptive outsiders have been welcomed into the presence of Jesus.

    Yesterday was the Twelfth Day of Christmas. That means that today is Epiphany. Epiphany means manifestation or revelation – a turning on of the light – the shining light. And in some ways Epiphany is about the light of the Christmas star – but it’s also about the Magi who followed that more

  • Ice Tea And Skittles

    Contributed by Roosevelt Wright on Mar 25, 2012
    based on 7 ratings

    A sermon about the Christian response to perceived racial injustice, especially in the wake of the slaying of Trayvon Martin

    Are there some things that challenge your sense of justice and fair play? Most of us get angry when we see someone cheated out of an opportunity or robbed of their liberty. When we watch the news and see men released from prison after serving decades on bogus charges, our sense of justice is more

  • We Must Capture Our Cities For Christ

    Contributed by Jerry Falwell on Jan 13, 2002
    based on 33 ratings

    The greatest challenge facing America is the cities and the vast number who are lost and have never heard a biblical prsentation of the Gospel.

    WE MUST CAPTURE OUR CITIES FOR CHRIST By Jerry Falwell The greatest challenge facing America is the cities, their masses, their crime, their homeless, their inequity, their politics, their corruption, their illegal aliens, their dwindling tax base, their crumbling streets, viaducts and sewer more

  • We Must Protect Innocent Human Life

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 1, 2008

    The call of Christ and St. Paul to serve the poor and powerless is most pronounced in the matter of protecting human life from conception to natural death.

    November 3, 2008 St. Martin de Porres How shall we serve the poor? How shall we balance off attention to our own interests, as well as the interests of others? How shall we give a feast and invite the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind–in short, the marginalized and powerless who have not more

  • A Scandalous Beginning Series

    Contributed by Michael Jones on Dec 10, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    This series details the "messy" people and events that surrounded the birth of Christ. 2 of 3.

    How many people have ever researched their family tree? Our family name reveals great information - Our geographic roots (Area of the world) Ming Na- Chinese Lopez- Hispanic - Our biological roots (Who we are related to) Hayes’ Family - Our financial standing (Gates, Rockefeller, Walton, more

  • Lost And Found

    Contributed by Daniel Haas on Aug 22, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    Once you start that career of being saved you stick to it and get saved through baptism like 3-5 times on the average

    "Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners" - Touching story of: I once was lost, but now I'm found - Alcoholism: You remain an alcoholic now matter how many sober phases you've had - People giving witness to Jesus - Shedding tears: Born again - New creature - Various approaches more

  • Servants In The Church

    Contributed by Jim Erwin on Dec 29, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Deacons are called to serve the church.

    Servants in the Church Acts 6:1-7 THE SETTING: The church is experiencing “growing pains” THE PROBLEM: Pastors taking on secondary tasks In other words, the pastors (apostles) needed to delegate acts of ministry to other people. In those days, as the number of the disciples more