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  • Surviving 2020

    Contributed by John Oscar on Nov 11, 2020

    Pastor John teaches on having the right mindset after the 2020 general elections

    Surviving 2020 CCCAG October 8th, 2020 Scripture- John 20:19-20 Today’s message is going to be a little different. About 90% of my sermons are expository- meaning I take a scripture and focus almost entirely on that scripture, and only bring in other scriptures to highlight the truth of that more

  • Peace Be With You!

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Nov 9, 2020

    Jesus encourages believers with the blessing: "Peace be with you!" We will want to believe what Jesus tells us. We will rejoice when Jesus shows us his peace.

    “PEACE BE WITH YOU!” (Outline) April 19, 2020 - Easter 2 - JOHN 20:19-31 INTRO.: Everyone likes gifts. We seldom deserve to be given a gift. The giver gives gift freely. Our loving, heavenly Father is the only One who gives us good and perfect gifts. The Lord God of Armies is the only more

  • "why Does The Resurrection Matter"

    Contributed by David Henderson on Nov 4, 2020

    History records that Abraham who is known as the founder of the Jewish faith. 2000 years before the birth of Christ. His body remains in that tomb.

    Why does the Resurrection matter? John 20:1-20 History records that Abraham who is known as the founder of the Jewish faith. 2000 years before the birth of Christ. His body remains in that tomb. History also records that in the year 483 BC that Buddha who about 80 at the time died from eating more

  • A Personal And Purposeful Peace

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Oct 12, 2020

    Jesus gives personal and purposeful peace. See how Jesus did that for his disciples on Easter evening and continues to do so to this day.

    Last week we met two of Jesus’ followers on their way from the city of Jerusalem to a village named Emmaus which was about a 7 mile roundtrip. If you missed that message, you can go back and listen to it. It was Easter afternoon when those two disciples decided to leave Jerusalem. There were more

  • You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

    Contributed by Nate Buchner on Oct 5, 2020

    Why did Jesus tell Mary Magdalene, "Don't hold on to me?"

    Can you imagine just how emotion packed that walk to the grave must have been? How heavy those spices were? How it was a struggle to take each and every step to the tomb? Yet, the women were focused and felt they had to do this for the Lord. They had to pay their respects and prepare him more

  • The Gospel Series

    Contributed by Carl Willis on Sep 23, 2020

    We've all hear the term "gospel" and we know it is "good news", so let's examine why this news is so life changing.

    The Gospel • Before the fall – fellowship with God • God gives his instruction – Genesis 2:16-17 • Sin o Entered the world through Adam and Eve – Genesis 3:1-19 ? Naked and exposed • Covered by the shedding of blood – Genesis 3:21 ? The curse - death o The Law more

  • Witness Series

    Contributed by Stephen Sheane on Aug 19, 2020
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    The example, expectation and examination of witnessing

    WITNESS In 1965 lyricist Hal David and music composer Burt Bacharach teamed up to write a song which was recorded and released and quickly rose to #7 on the US charts. The title of that song was “What the world needs now is love.” The lyrics were very simple, “What the world needs now is love more

  • Be Believing In Jesus Christ! Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jul 19, 2020

    Be Believing in Jesus Christ... 1. Because He will keep His focus on you (vs. 24-26). 2. Because He will correct your faults (vs. 27). 3. Because He will build up your faith (vs. 27-31). 4. Because He will give you life that lasts forever (vs. 29-31).

    Be Believing in Jesus Christ! The Gospel of John John 20:19-31 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - August 15, 2018 (Revised July 19, 2020) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to John chapter 20. Here God's Word gives us the story of the Lord's resurrection on the very first more

  • Jesus Is Here! Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jul 8, 2020

    Jesus is Here! 1. To stand by us (vs. 19a). 2. To speak to us (vs. 19b). 3. To show the truth to us (vs. 20a). 4. To satisfy us (vs. 20b). 5. To send us (vs. 21-23).

    Jesus Is Here! The Gospel of John John 20:19-23 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - August 8, 2018 (Revised July 8, 2020) BACKGROUND: *Today in John 20 we continue to explore the most hope-giving day in history: The day that our crucified Savior Jesus Christ rose again from the dead! more

  • Joy Is Coming Soon, I Promise Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Jul 6, 2020
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    God doesn't promise a sorrow-free life, but God does promise that joy will come. Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.

    A. I’m sure that many of us are familiar with the musical Annie, about the optimistic red-headed orphaned girl named Annie, who is eventually adopted by a billionaire. 1. Before the happy ending comes, Annie and the other girls at the orphanage endure the abuse of Miss Hannigan, the drunken owner more

  • Recognizing The Risen Savior Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jul 2, 2020

    When we recognize that Jesus is here: 1. We can receive His unstoppable life. 2. We can rely on His unlimited love. 3. We can receive unexpected joy. 4. We will respond with unashamed worship. 5. We will rush to spread the ultimate news.

  • Your Heavenly Father Series

    Contributed by Dr. Lewis W. Gregory on Jun 17, 2020

    Father's day is a time to remember and recognize the importance of a father. However, even the best father cannot give you all you need as a person. But when God, the perfect father becomes your Father, all that changes. Your Heavenly Father will give you the royal treatment.

    Jesus said, “He who has seen Me has seen the Father” (John 14:9). WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF HAVING GOD AS YOUR FATHER - Having God as your Father changes everything about you. After His resurrection, Jesus appeared to Mary in the garden, not far from the empty tomb. At first, she didn’t more

  • Jesus Breathes When We Can't Series

    Contributed by Bishop William Bryant Wilmore, Jr. on Jun 2, 2020
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    “I Can’t Breathe” has become a rallying cry following the murders of Eric Garner and George Floyd. Many people are feeling strangled by fear and hatred right now. We need Jesus to breathe on us and that we may breathe.

    Text: John 20:19-22 (KJV) 19 Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you. 20 And when he had so said, he shewed more

  • Hope Everlasting Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on May 31, 2020

    As Christians, we are commanded to honor our leaders, to pray for them, to obey them but Psalm 146 cautions us not to put our trust in them or praise them in the same manner in which we trust and praise God.

    Jesus stands before Roman’s highest and most powerful representative in Judea, Samaria, and Idumea. Pontus Pilate looks at Him with a mixture of curiosity and annoyance. He absolutely hates being involved in these petty local squabbles. “Are you the king of the Jews?” he asks. Jesus answered, more

  • The Week After The Death, & Burial Of Jesus.

    Contributed by Damien Saylor on Apr 27, 2020

    Jesus was crucified. His body lye in a closed tomb. Did the apostles lose heart during the time of the tomb? What did they do, & where were they when they heard the gossip, I saw Him, He is Alive?

    Sermon- Week after Easter - As I begin this morning’s message I want to give thanks to those who are sending their tithes to the treasurer. - I look back at the first week of Jesus’ resurrection, & think of the stewardship that was in the middle of the church. Q- Was there more