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  • But ... But ... But

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 19, 2010
     | 3,000 views

    Introverts do not think they are ready for ministry, but actually their personality is a resource for ministry, for they can enable God to empower them.

  • Blending Into The Woodwork Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 13, 2004
    based on 58 ratings
     | 2,296 views

    A quiet, introverted people can still bear witness if they will first determine to be obedient, and then will affirm who they are, where they are, as an opportunity for witness.

    One of the defining moments of my life the day I was the first to arrive for class. I sat for a couple of moments alone in a corner of the classroom, waiting for others to show up. A young woman came in the door, looked around, and then said to someone behind her in the hall, “There’s nobody ...read more

  • A Healthy Church Member Tells

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Feb 2, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,934 views

    This evangelism sermon looks at Jesus brief conversation with the woman at the well in John 4 and how it changed her from an introverted recluse to a highly motivated evangelist to her city.

    A Healthy Church Member Tells John 4:1-42 CHCC: January 24, 2010 INTRODUCTION: Recently, I spoke to my friend, David, who told me all about purchasing his new Suburban and then took me out to look at it. He had lots to say about his new purchase. Later that same week I met elder Bob in ...read more

  • Unlimited Prayer Based Upon Unlimited Atonement Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 2, 2015
     | 1,204 views

    It is human nature for us to become closed, introverted, and selfish — even in our prayer lives. God demands that our prayers extend way beyond ourselves to incorporate all sorts of people.

    Unlimited Prayer Based Upon Unlimited Atonement (I Timothy 2:1-7) 1. One fellow defended himself form criticism, “Some people say I am a snob, but this is not true. Although my butler can be a snob at times.” 2. Does being rich automatically make one a snob? Certainly not. ...read more

  • Developing The Outward Focus Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 17, 2014
     | 1,920 views

    Paul has addressed our personal lives, church life, family life. These are introverted concerns, about us and those we are close to. As he concludes his letter, he wants to make sure we also transition to an extroverted focus.

    Developing the Outward Focus (Colossians 4:2-6) 1. I have my taxes all done. I am one of those persons who gets stressed up by paper work and red tape, so I found it stressful just preparing my stuff for the tax preparer. So I have to tell an IRS joke. 2. The pastor got a call form the IRS. ...read more

  • Doing Church Together

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Aug 6, 2006
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,767 views

    At its best, the church is communal, creedal, charismatic, and caring.

    Doing Church Together Ephesians 4:1-16 August 6, 2006 One of the things that I have learned through the years as I have taken scores of psychological tests for ordination and continuing education is that I am terribly introverted. I am so introverted that I am almost off the scale. ...read more

  • "I Yam What I Yam”

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Feb 15, 2004
    based on 25 ratings
     | 1,529 views

    To be in shape for God means to accept ourselves for who we are while growing in Christian maturity.

    This morning it’s time for a cartoon quiz! Ready? Here we go! (Winners win the satisfaction of knowing their cartoon trivia!) Who says, “Yabba dabba do?” (Fred Flintstone) Who concludes a certain cartoon series with “TTThat’s all folks!” (Porky Pig) What two partners would rather eat than solve ...read more

  • War Of The Worlds: Different By Design Series

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Mar 4, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,497 views

    2nd in a 3 part series on marriage using three movies as the springboard to Biblical truth for marriages and relationships.

    WAR OF THE WORLDS: DIFFERENT BY DESIGN Reel Relationships - Week 3 Genesis 1:26-27, Jeremiah 31:3 INTRODUCTION: (Montage video clip from War of the Worlds - Mpg = 2:24) That movie, War of the Worlds, is based on the best selling novel by H.G. Wells. The movie actually did very well ...read more

  • The Importance Of A Parent's Words

    Contributed by Glenn Robinson on Oct 19, 2002
    based on 36 ratings
     | 2,440 views

    This sermon encourages parents to use words that build up their children instead of tear them down.

    I) DO NOT LET ANY UNWHOLSOME TALK COME OUT OF YOUR MOUTHS, Words that tear down... A) Words of abuse : Parents who would never physically abuse their child may think nothing of verbal abuse. 1) Direct – name calling and put downs. Screaming tantrums, 2) Indirect - Sarcasm, ...read more

  • Romans In Isaiah 48 Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 22, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,394 views

    Much of what Paul writes in Romans comes from Isaiah: God’s truth is eternal, so it is no surprise that we see the major tenants of the Christian faith are found in the Old Testament.

    Romans in Isaiah 48 (Isaiah 48:1-19) 1. This has been an eventful week. We were shocked by the Boston Marathon bombing; floods reminded us of 2003, and many of you had flooded basements and streets. 2 The church had a number of water issues. 4. Our motto this week was “Let’s ...read more

  • Romans In Isaiah 48 Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 22, 2013
     | 1,999 views

    Much of what Paul writes in Romans comes from Isaiah: God’s truth is eternal, so it is no surprise that we see the major tenants of the Christian faith are found in the Old Testament.

    Romans in Isaiah 48 (Isaiah 48:1-19) 1. This has been an eventful week. We were shocked by the Boston Marathon bombing; floods reminded us of 2003, and many of you had flooded basements and streets. 2 The church had a number of water issues. 4. Our motto this week was “Let’s ...read more

  • Final Greetings Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Oct 9, 2016
     | 1,807 views

    Paul describes Networking, Peace, Love, Faith, and Grace to all with eternal love for Jesus

    Ephesians 6:21 Tychicus, the dear brother and faithful servant in the Lord, will tell you everything, so that you also may know how I am and what I am doing. 22 I am sending him to you for this very purpose, that you may know how we are, and that he may encourage you. 23 Peace to the brothers and ...read more

  • A Man With A Plan Series

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Feb 1, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,234 views

    Jesus makes himself known thorugh his followers.

    Title: A Man with a Plan Text: Matthew 4:12-23 Thesis: Jesus makes himself known through his followers. Epiphany Series: Encountering Christ in Epiphany • The First Sunday after Epiphany: Christ’s Identity. The First Sunday after Epiphany we encountered Christ at his baptism ...read more

  • I Will Go Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Oct 27, 2015
     | 2,446 views

    Real Belief, Sharing Our Faith, Fear, Actions

    I WILL – “I Will” Go Matthew 28:18-20 (pg. 698) November 1, 2015 Introduction: I have a really good friend named Mac that was a MASH helicopter pilot during Vietnam...Mac’s in his 70’s now...but he’s still as tough and good as they come. He used to ...read more

  • Vision Series

    Contributed by Ricky Sinclair on Feb 19, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,546 views

    Preparing to Lead series will help teach you the foundations of being a leader in a church with good leadership skills.

    Vision Leadership Exodus 2:23-25, 3:1-5, 10-14, 17-18, 21-22 4:1-4, 10-14 Have any great men been born in this world? No, only babies. In America we have a leadership crisis. We live in an age of tolerance where protecting feelings is more highly valued than proclaiming the truth. ...read more