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  • When Do We Minister? Series

    Contributed by Rick Brown on May 27, 2008

    Third in a series on every member is a minister. This message reveals when a Christian should engage in ministry.

  • The Good Samaritan Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on May 20, 2008
    based on 26 ratings

    What does the story of the good Samraitan teach us and how should we respond to it

  • A Question From A Lawyer

    Contributed by James May on May 14, 2008
    based on 13 ratings

    This sermon parallels the acts of the Good Samaritan to the provisions of Jesus Christ for the sin-sick soul, and then puts each us into that same position as well.

  • Boating Season Has Begun

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Apr 23, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    I had no idea that my neighbor Matt was out of work. There was nothing to let me know that he could use a friend and a day out in a boat. I had no idea they just recently became parents again to another little girl. Is a neighbor the person living next to

    Boating Season has begun Luke 10:25-37 Well I know that some of you heard some of this sermon before but you may not have heard me make the same conclusions. As the title suggests you are going to hear another fascinating adventure about me and my boat. This time it involves a lesson about more

  • Mental Discipline

    Contributed by Rick Thiessen on Apr 7, 2008

    Jesus called us to love God with all our MINDS... when we fall for mushy thinking about God, morals and religion, we’re not exercising mental discipline. Jesus called people to earnest seeking and intellectual honesty.

  • Reach Out And Touch Someone

    Contributed by Danny Nance on Mar 22, 2008

    A familiar parable that goes deeply into the heart of Christian service.

    Reach Out and Touch Someone Luke 10:25-37 A lawyer once came to Jesus, in order to put the master to the test. Now, he asked some tough questions—good questions, that many of his own people were struggling with: what do I do to inherit eternal life? was the first question on his mind. We can more

  • Did You See That?

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Mar 11, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    What does God want us to see as we walk through this world? Jesus teaches us about a vision of the Kingdom of God that makes a forever difference in our lives. Can you see it today? Come see.

  • Reassign Your Resources Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Mar 6, 2008

    It is impossible to love from afar. Christians are called to share their blessings and get "down and dirty" in their sharing of the gospel and their service of others.

    Much of the content of this sermon was taken from a sample sermon by Rick Rusaw, author of "Living a Life on Loan" Standared Publishing Luke 10:27-37, Matthew 25:14-30 “Reassign Your Resources” INTRODUCTION We are people who have been created, loved, forgiven and called by God. God more

  • Interrupted Series

    Contributed by Charles Whitmire on Mar 4, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    This is the 4th message in the Lousy T-Shirt Series. It speaks to our need to slow down and take a sabbath...

  • How Do You Spell Love

    Contributed by Ricky Tuttle Thd on Feb 10, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Years ago there was a commercial that asked how do you spell relief? ROLAIDS. This was done so often that on spelling test relief was often spelt ROLAIDS.

  • The Loving Neighbor (Good Samaritan) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Jan 22, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    Jesus tells a timeless tale of a man traveling a trecherous trail. Three hearts are found in this story: the hateful heart, hurried heart, and helpful heart.

    The Loving Neighbor Robert Frost once wrote one of America’s most beloved poems. Since Mr. Frost left it untitled, some have called it The Road Not Taken, others call it The Road Less Traveled—I guess it’s a matter of perspective. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood And sorry I could not more

  • Hero Without Borders Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 22, 2007

    Parables for Stewards, Pt. 3

    HERO WITHOUT BORDERS (LUKE 10:25-37) A few years ago I saw a truck in front of me roaring fiercely about to turn the corner onto the freeway ramp. In the driver’s seat of the humongous truck was a man in his late 20s, ramming his engine and blasting his stereo. The guy had dark glasses and a black more

  • Who Is My Neighbor? Series

    Contributed by Jim Erwin on Dec 12, 2007

    Your neighbor is anyone God puts in your path who has a need.

    Who Is My Neighbor? Luke 10:25-37 OPENING ILLUSTRATION: Have someone come to the baptistry before the sermon begins and lie down. The person stays there until near the end of the sermon. At the end of the sermon, I go over and ask if he is ok. I describe the fact that many times we don’t notice more

  • The New Good Samaritan (Neighbor)

    Contributed by Spencer Homan on Dec 7, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    This is a sermon that paints the Good Samaritan into a new light using modern day parallels to represent the shocking nature of the parable.

  • The Neighbor (Inclusivity)

    Contributed by Spencer Homan on Dec 1, 2007

    An answer to the question of "Who is my neighbor." Points to true inclusivity.

    The Neighbor She lives three miles out of town. She lives there because she has to. Each day, she walks that full distance to town and back. She walks because she has to. In town the only place that dares even let her get near is the local church, and even they make her use the back more