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  • Getting Myself Lost Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Mar 5, 2021
     | 146 views

    It's not as easy to get lost as it used to be ... except in our life decisions.

    Lost and Found: Getting Myself Lost Luke 15:11-31 Introduction: Getting lost is not as easy as it used to be! Global Positioning System (GPS) on most of our phones will direct us anywhere we want to go. Often through cow pastures! Reading maps a lost art! Even so, getting lost in ...read more

  • Welcoming The Repentant Sinners (September 8, 2013)

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 3, 2021
     | 34 views

    Do we rejoice with God and the angels of heaven every time another sinner repents? In Luke 15 , Jesus tells three parables and all three parables end with a celebration. But, not everyone comes to the celebration.

    Luke 15:1-10 GNB One day when many tax collectors and other outcasts came to listen to Jesus, (2) the Pharisees and the teachers of the Law started grumbling, "This man welcomes outcasts and even eats with them!" (3) So Jesus told them this parable: (4) "Suppose one of you has ...read more

  • Friend Of Sinners

    Contributed by Bo Dunford on Feb 18, 2021
     | 180 views

    Sinful people were drawn to Jesus

    LUKE 7:34; LUKE 15:1-2 “FRIEND OF SINNERS” A) Tax collectors and other notorious sinners often came to listen to Jesus teach. * This made the Pharisees and teachers of religious law complain that He was associating [being friends] with such sinful people, even eating with them. B) Jesus’ ...read more

  • A Passion For The Lost

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Feb 8, 2021
     | 315 views

    Jesus welcomed those who others rejected. The Pharisees and scribes pushed them away. The crowd just watched. Who will we be like?

    We’re continuing our journey with Jesus and his disciples from Galilee to Jerusalem. This week we’re taking a big hop from Luke 12 to Luke 15. As Jesus and his disciples travelled, Jesus has been teaching [picture on slide]. He and his disciples have been healing and casting out demons. ...read more

  • Openness: The Unfinished Story - 4 Of 14 Series

    Contributed by Russell Metcalfe on Jan 28, 2021
     | 146 views

    The Prodigal Son has gone away, and has come home again. The Loving Father has permitted him to go, but has watched and waited and welcomed him home again with celebration. Now the Elder Brother wonders why. How could God love like that? Is this really how God loves?

    Lent 4—March 22, 1998 "Openness" Luke 15 1,2; 11-32 A Picture, A Story The sun has already set and daylight has mostly faded and gone. The big house is dimly outlined between tall old trees against the fading glow in the sky. But there is light piercing out into the darkness from the ...read more

  • Fishers Of Men Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Jan 22, 2021
     | 362 views

    Jesus was the master of fishing for men, and he wanted his disciples to do the same. Here are four qualities of discipleship that will help us to grow in this area.

    Fishing For Men Luke 5:1-11 Introduction I’m not known as a great fisherman - although I do like to fish. Just the casting and catching part. I admit to being a jinx. Nobody usually catches any fish when I’m fishing with them. And then there was the time I left half of Danny Dodd tackle box ...read more

  • Lost And Found Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Oct 24, 2020
     | 953 views

    Through this parable Jesus calls the lost-but-now-found to be willing to carry the burden which comes with expending vigorous in order to bring about repentance and restoration.

  • What Is God Really Like? The God Of The Pandemic Or The God Of Love

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Apr 24, 2020
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     | 4,449 views

    Before blaming God for tragedies, calamities, and pandemics, consider what God is really like. Jesus came to shows every sinner, publican, scribe and pharisee what God is really like. Long before going to calvary and laying down his life, Jesus shared a parable in Luke 15.

    Before blaming God for tragedies, calamities, and pandemics, consider what God is really like. Jesus came to shows every sinner, publican, scribe and pharisee what God is really like. Long before going to calvary and laying down his life, Jesus shared a parable in Luke 15. The parable has been ...read more

  • ¿por Qué Debo Dar Cuando Tengo Facturas Que Pagar? (Administración)

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Feb 24, 2020
     | 504 views

    Este sermón trata sobre dar, diezmar y las razones por las que damos.

    ¿Por qué debo dar cuando tengo facturas que pagar? Eclesiastés 11: 1-6 Lucas 15: 1-10 Puedo recordar cuando obtuve mi primera cortadora de césped. Yo tenía unos 12 años. Mi madre quería que yo pudiera aprender a ganar dinero y trabajar para mí. No estoy ...read more

  • Why Should I Give When I Have Bills To Pay (Stewardship)

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Feb 7, 2020
     | 1,927 views

    This message looks at the reasons believers give poorly and why they give at all.

    Why Should I Give When I’ve Got Bills To Pay Ecclesiastes 11:1-6 Luke 15:1-10 I can remember when I got my first lawnmower. I was about 12 years old. My mother wanted me to be able to learn how to earn money and to work for myself. I’m not sure how she managed to scrape the money together to buy ...read more

  • How The Father Sees.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Feb 2, 2020
     | 1,337 views

    You’re simply a person in want, and you’re turning to ‘things’ because you have not understood how good ‘Father’ is!!! “Stop solidifying your identity based upon what you do, or what you did; Start identifying with who you are in Jesus, and you’ll change what you do.” P.H

    How the Father Sees. Luke 15:1-7TLB (Download a good picture of Rembrandt’s portrayal of the younger son. Play on screens while I talk). Author Henri Nouwen recalls his visit to a museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, where he spent hours reflecting on Rembrandt’s portrayal of the younger son—You ...read more

  • The Search

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 18, 2019
     | 1,377 views

    Though every situation is different, God wants the lost to be found; your burden is not yours alone. This message is to encourage those of us burdened for lost or straying family and dear friends.

    The Search (Luke 15:1-10; Psalm 139:7-12) 1. C Ryle writes this: We may use all means, by but we cannot command success. We may teach, but we cannot convert. We may show those around us the bread and water of life, but we cannot make them eat and drink it. We may point out the way to eternal ...read more

  • Who Are The Lost? Series

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on Nov 11, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,498 views

    How does God see the lost of this world? Do we see the lost the same way or are we like the Pharisees and Scribes and shun the lost?

    Our New sermon series is entitled, “The Ends of the Earth,” an obvious reference to Acts 1:8. Acts 1:8 (NKJV) But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” For the ...read more

  • Lost Treasure (And The Search Of God) Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Nov 6, 2019
     | 2,318 views

    Lost Treasure (And The Search Of God) Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey – November 3, 2019

    Lost Treasure (And The Search Of God) Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey – November 3, 2019 Series #45 / Luke 15:1-10 INTRO There are two very different types of adjustments that exit. Some are adjustments within the same framework. Daylight savings is one of ...read more

  • Pride And Prejudice

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Oct 6, 2019
     | 1,376 views

    Two Things that Constrain Our Joy

    Legend holds that in 1884 a young man died, and after the funeral his grieving parents decided to establish a memorial to him. With that in mind they met with Charles Eliot, president of Harvard University. Eliot received the unpretentious couple into his office and asked what he could do. After ...read more