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  • Kingdom Values By Dr. Winson Butler

    Contributed by Winson Butler on Mar 30, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    A genuis is someone who shoots at a target no one else sees and hits it. It doesn’t take a genuis to agree that Kingdom Values are in our best interest as a child of God. Let’s see why!

    Introduction Recently, with everything happening in our world, it makes us step back and take a theraputic deep breath and we are almost forced to ask ourselves, "What’s the most imporant thing in my life." i.e. "Who is it that’s the most valuable to me." Let’s make a list: Family, finances, more

  • Beyond Family Values Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Mar 12, 2003
    based on 75 ratings

    Following Jesus takes us beyond family values to embrace God’s Kingdom values in our family relationships.

    I’ve been reading some authors this week who are deeply concerned about the decline of traditional family values (Dr. Richard Saller, "Family Values in Ancient Rome" These authors are concerned that fewer and fewer women are wanting to invest in their children as more

  • The Peacemakers And The Persecuted Series

    Contributed by Dan Brown on Dec 5, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    What did Christ mean when he said "blessed are the peacemakers" & "blessed are you when you are persecuted"

    7/13/03 EPIC-Peacemakers & persecuted Read-Blessed are the Peacemakers- Ill. Nobel story-The Nobel Peace Prize is the supreme award given to those who have made an exceptional contribution to the betterment of the world. Other Nobel Prizes are given to those who have made outstanding more

  • Your True Colors Series

    Contributed by Bob Hostetler on Jun 6, 2002
    based on 31 ratings

    Detailing the values of a new church

    Your True Colors Scripture Reading: Matthew 5:1-12 Good morning. My name is Bob Hostetler, and I’d like you to play a game with me, a game that almost everyone in the room can play-- maybe not Aidan Oglesbee but certainly Kyla; AS A MATTER OF FACT, even Graham Crain can play this more

  • A Christian Family Is...

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Apr 11, 2001
    based on 128 ratings

    a look at Joshua’s most famous statement

    A Christian family is a: -----1) Responsible family verse 15-"But as for ME and MY house" Dt. 6:4-9 Eph. 6:4 Eph 5:23; Col 3:18; -----2) United family "But as for me AND my house" 2 Cor 6:14ff 1 Kings 11:1-2 -----3) Determined family you serve who you want "BUT as for me more

  • Kingdom Attitudes Series

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Feb 26, 2001
    based on 68 ratings

    A look at Philippians 2:1-11

    1) PLAY AT A HIGHER LEVEL Because we are Christians(verses 1,2) Paul instructs us to live by a different value system than the world. In the worlds system there is a pecking order. But in the kingdom, we consider others "better than ourselves." We don’t focus on selfish ambition or more

  • A Present And Future Kingdom

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Dec 16, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    God’s plan from the beginning was for his creation from Adam and Eve to the present day to be part of His Kingdom. From Scripture we discover several facts about the Kingdom of God.

    A Present and Future Kingdom Luke 1:26-33 “And he will reign over Israel forever; his Kingdom will never end!” Luke 1:33 (NLT) Luke’s gospel gives us two historical birth announcements. The first announcement was to elderly Zechariah, with the angel Gabriel informing him that his elderly more

  • Values Of The Kingdom

    Contributed by Allen Patterson on Mar 17, 2005
    based on 21 ratings

    In the days before he arrived at Jerusalem for the last time, Jesus taught his disciples some very important lessons.

    Values of the Kingdom What Jesus Taught in His Last Days on Earth Sunday, March 13, 2005; Wayside Community Church; Grove City, PA Growing up in the circles of Evangelical Christianity, we never observed the season right before Easter known in Orthodox circles as Lent. We had family and more

  • Ask, Seek, Knock - Grow! Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jan 1, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    A look at on going growth in God and our understanding of his word.

    With a New Year, you may have been one of many to have made a resolution. You know the sort of thing; I’m going to loose six kilograms, that’s one I probably should have made! I’m going to work harder at my job, at school, at keeping the garage tidy. I’m going to give up this, that or some other more

  • What Does It Mean To Be Consecrated? Series

    Contributed by Fred Waters on Jun 15, 2006
    based on 54 ratings

    The Children of Israel stand on the edge of a new land, and a new experience. Can they be obedient? Can they trust God?

    A Series of Sermons on Joshua 3&4 The Crossing of the Jordan by the Children of Israel. Series Overview Israel has been cleansed of the disobedience of the “Exodus generation” and is ready to move forward with God’s plan for His chosen nation. They are now to claim the Promised Land and more

  • Prepare For Immortal Combat Series

    Contributed by Paul Wallace on Sep 15, 2004
    based on 8 ratings

    We need vital lifegiving relationships in order to win against Satan’s schemes.

    Prepare for Immortal Combat Matthew 10:1-16; 24-25 Introduction: We hear a great deal of video games and TV shows talking about mortal combat, and this simply refers to a fight to the death. This is supposed to be the apex of all battles, but this morning I want to remind you that immortal more

  • It's Not About Me; It's About My Dad

    Contributed by Marc Bertrand on Nov 5, 2004
    based on 28 ratings

    So what is Jesus telling us about his kingdom? If you want to be great, become small. God isn’t looking for us to be independent, but dependent. The strongest in the kingdom of heaven is the one who realises that they have no strength themselves, but t

    Intro: My dad’s bigger than your dad! My dad’s stronger than your dad! My dad’s smarter than your dad! My dad’s faster than your dad! Does this sound familiar? The cries and taunts of childhood, usually tossed at our mortal enemies. Why did we use such words, what purpose did they serve? more

  • Faithfullness - The Bonding Fruit

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Nov 10, 2003
    based on 31 ratings

    Faithfulness is evidence of how attached we are to God.

    Introduction: (Overhead 1) Faithfulness E-mail survey: a. Who/what do you trust the most? b. Top three most frequent responses: i. Family ii. Best Friend iii. Car iv. One person – you forgot God! c. How do you rank these groups and people? d. What role does faithfulness play in these more

  • Dependance On God Series

    Contributed by Dan Brown on Dec 4, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    The first step in following X is to be wholly committed to Him, Allow Him to rule in our lives, come before Him poor in spirit, realizing your need for Him, bow before Him and Him alone,

    EPIC-2/9/03-Dependance on God Begin a series I am going to call vintage Xianity. Why? When we look @ the xian faith as it is practiced today it can appear to be clouded by century’s of tradition, in vintage xianity going back to the beginning. Webster’s defines vintage as-being of old, more

  • Culture's Favorite Biblical Misunderstanding Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Mar 8, 2007
    based on 37 ratings

    The most popular and misunderstood and misused verse and principle in all of scripture is what Jesus has to say about "judging"

    • Today, we live in a culture which is given to universalism. • The thinking goes something like this: “if’ there is a God, He is a good God who lives in a good place which is designed for good people. Since we all are pretty good and God is good, logically – one more