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  • Addressing Liberal Theology: Was Jesus Nicer Than Thou?

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 30, 2021

    If you interact on the web, or with folks in your hometown you may come across Christians who tend to believe that Jesus Christ was the nicest of nice person who ever walked the planet.

  • How Love Liberates And Changes The World

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Sep 14, 2020

    Jesus asked the disciples, "who do people say I am?" - Is he the one who liberates us from egocentrism in order to love God and the world?

  • The Virgin Birth: Does It Really Matter?

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Dec 1, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    Many fail to see the importance of the virgin birth. Does it really matter? Regardless what liberal theology may say, the virgin birth is essential and recognition of the virgin birth is a core Christian belief.

    The Virgin Birth – Does it Really Matter? Luke 1:26-38 There are a number of people who call themselves Christians and yet do not believe in the virgin birth. They fail to see the importance of the virgin birth. As more and more churches are abandoning the teaching of the historic more

  • The Faith Once For All Delivered

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jun 12, 2018

    As some move away from 2000 years of traditional Christianity, does Jude have anything to say? Would the author approve or disapprove of such progressive theology? Was our faith meant to move on from what the Apostles wrote in the New Testament?

    Intro As some move away from 2000 years of traditional Christianity, does Jude have anything to say? Would the author approve or disapprove of such progressive theology? Was our faith meant to move on from what the Apostles wrote in the New Testament? Purpose: Let’s see if Jude gives us some more

  • Surely Not I, Lord!

    Contributed by Harold Orndorff on May 11, 2004
    based on 30 ratings

    The story of Judas Iscariot, and his betrayal of Jesus, should remind us to examine ourselves. We need to avoid betraying Jesus in twenty-first century style. As Judas attempted to re-make Jesus and then abandon Him when He was not the "Jesus" Judas wan

    Surely Not I, Teacher? Those are the words of Judas as he was about to betray Jesus. We now approach the Easter season. In our culture Easter is a happy holiday with bunnies and candy. But the events leading up to what we could anachronistically call “the first Easter” were anything but more

  • Article 26 The Church (Part 2. The Marks Of The Church) Series

    Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Mar 17, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon unpacks the Marks of the Church - what constitutes a Church? What are its marks?

    MARKS OF THE TRUE CHURCH Last week we look at the nature of the Church, We saw that it’s not an institution made up by man but by God. We saw that the Church is not a denomination, nor is it a building, but actually a community of believers made up of people. The Church is visible yet more

  • Jesus Is The Only Way To God? True Of False

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Sep 23, 2004
    based on 6 ratings

    Is Jesus the only way to God? What if I live a good life? What if I choose my own way?

    John 14:5-21 Jesus is the Only Way to God – True or False? Introduction A. How many people like things done your way? B. I do! C. There are things that I want done the way I want them done, or else do not do them! D. Often someone will come to me and tell me their idea of how to do more

  • Why Study The Ministry Of Jesus Christ_part 3 Series

    Contributed by Richard Goble on Mar 12, 2008

    The third of four reasons Luke suggests to study the ministry of Jesus Christ - to gain a perfect understanding of His life, death, and resurrection.

    TITLE: WHY STUDY THE MINISTRY OF JESUS CHRIST SERIES: THE INCOMPARABLE MINISTRY OF JESUS THE MESSIAH TEXT: JOHN 21:24-25; LUKE 1:1-4 Introduction: As we continue studying the reasons for examining the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, we discover Luke’s desire for us to have a perfect more

  • Ephesus: Loss Of First Love Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on May 31, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Seven Letters to Seven Churches (1st in series).

    EPHESUS: LOSS OF FIRST LOVE Revelation 2:1-17 INTRO: Ephesus was a very wealthy and cultured city. It was on a great highway. Travelers going to and from Rome to the east would go through Ephesus. It was a very corrupt city. The cult of Diana was very prominent. They had mingled religion with more

  • Christ Our Savior Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Sep 5, 2002
    based on 13 ratings

    Christ is our Savior. You have heard that before but what does that mean

    Christ Our Savior Introduction A. Could there a more significant topic in all of Christianity B. Salvation is what the whole Christian faith is based on C. Without Salvation there would not be the difference that we experience as Christians compared to other religions. D. Unfortunately there more

  • Philemon Injustices

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Jun 16, 2020

    Philemon speaks to what is happening in our world from racism to injustice to inequality. The small book offers great promise as we lead into a new way of looking at life.

    Today, we come together to worship God. We do this in several ways. Worship is inherently giving honor to that which is greater our creator. For those who are a part of the tribe, the simplest form of worship is giving back to Him who provides us all we have. The ushers will be around with more

  • The Great Confession

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Aug 30, 2015

    Who is Jesus? It's possible to have a high view of Him, but not high enough.

    Candidates for public office take polls to gauge their image, how they're perceived by potential voters. Are they viewed as likable, honest, capable? Jesus asked His disciples to share their input as to His public image. What were people saying about Him? He then confronted them with a more more

  • Christ, The King Of Kings!

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Nov 25, 2018

    John, on the Supremacy of Christ

    A couple driving home from a conference talked about how they might use what they had learned at their jobs. Rounding a curve in the road, they came upon a serious motorcycle accident. The bike seemed to catch on something and flip into the air. The helmet-less driver was thrown fifty yards or so, more

  • The Emerging Church

    Contributed by Jerry Falwell on Sep 15, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Principles you will find in the emerging church.

    THE EMERGENT CHURCH by Jerry Falwell Five years ago the phrase, “The Emergent Church” was a generic term to describe any innovations, cutting edge technology, or new methods that were being used by new churches to do ministry. However, the generic term emergent church has taken on a more

  • You Shall Be Clean

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Dec 16, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Through the offices of a servant girl a man of importance learns to trust God and find cleansing, grace, and healing.

    YOU SHALL BE CLEAN 2 KINGS 5__1—14 There was a commander from the land of Aram by the name of Naaman. He was a great warrior, brave and strong against the country’s foes. A great warrior, Naaman. He had oniy one problem, but a huge one—he was a leper. He had contracted that terrible more