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  • A Disciple Fishes Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Jul 5, 2021
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    This is the 2nd sermon in the series "Being A Disciple".

    Series: Being A Disciple [#2] A DISCIPLE FISHES Luke 5:1-11 Introduction: We are in week 2 of our series, “Being A Disciple.” We live in a time in the USA, where most of our Churches are using a watered-down version of Christianity. I want us to compare a watered-down version of the Church more

  • "ordinary People For An Extraordinary Calling" Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Dec 31, 2020

    Jesus rarely calls the famous, the powerful, the influential, or the religious groups to preach the Gospel. He works best with those who feel that that have nothing to offer Him, but will follow and obey Him anyway.

    The message of Jesus has not changed in over two thousand years. He still tells those with ears to hear to repent and believe in the Gospel. In His early ministry, He preached in His hometown synagogue and nearly got Himself killed as a result (Luke 4:16-30). Wherever Jesus went, He either more

  • Jesus And Peter Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 9, 2021

    Every one of Jesus’ qualities is infinite. Jesus, as He is God, is infinite in knowledge. Jesus is infinite in power. Jesus is infinite in love. Jesus is infinitely just. And Jesus is infinitely pure.

    We need volunteers in childcare and if you’d like to volunteer, we have someone up front who’d like to get your information. This is the third message in a series, Plastic Jesus: How Did Someone So Real Become So Fake? As I was preparing this message from the beginning of Luke 5, I noticed there more

  • Thirsty Souls Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Sep 8, 2021

    Thirsty souls, looking for something more in life, are all around us. And we have the water they seek? Here's how we can make a difference for them and for eternity!

    One of the questions I ask, and even ask now, as I near the end of my life, is “So what? So what? In other words, what difference did my life make, for good or for ill? I suspect I’m not alone in asking these questions. I think one of our greatest needs in life is for meaning, for significance, more

  • Getting In Deep

    Contributed by Sean Dees on May 1, 2021

    There is something about the deep that carries with it mystery, a freedom. What I am talking about is thrusting yourself into a deep relationship with God.

    Intro: Today I want to talk to you about “Getting in Deep”! From these 7 verses I can hear a prophetic utterance from the Lord that He is looking for some deep water believers. There is something about the deep that carries with it mystery, a freedom. What I am talking about is thrusting yourself more

  • "Fishermen: Jesus Gives Them A Do Over”

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Feb 2, 2022

    "Do Overs" We all have them. The disciples got a "do over", because Jesus was in the boat. Jesus makes people different. Making people different is why Jesus was born. Quote by a man who will not get a "do over" on Judgment day.

    In Jesus Holy Name February 6, 2022 Luke 5:1-11 Redeemer “Fishermen: Jesus Gives Them a Do Over” Do over days. Have you ever had one? You would be a most unusual person if you didn't have a few do over days in your history. Think back. Come on. Be honest. I'm talking more

  • Go Fish!

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Feb 2, 2022

    Jesus tells Peter to fish in a strange place and strange time. Peter skeptically obeys. Jesus blesses and commissions for more.

    2.6.22 Luke 5:1-11 One time, while the crowd was pressing in on Jesus and listening to the word of God, he was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret. 2 He saw two boats there along the lakeshore. The fishermen had left them and were washing their nets. 3 Jesus got into one of the boats, which more

  • 32) Becomming A Fisher Of Men Series

    Contributed by Brandon Max on Feb 27, 2022

    Jesus called those who were Fishermen to become "Fishers of Men". This signified the spiritual focus they were to have in their lives as they followed Christ. Their true calling involved more than seeking to catch fish with a net, it involved catching men’s souls through the Gospel.

    32) BECOMMING A FISHER OF MEN Text: TEXT: Luke 5:1-11 INTRODUCTION As our weekly study continues concerning: “...those things most surely believed among us” (Lk 1:1), We have recently been exploring what the Scriptures teach about the true Gospel of Jesus Christ. And as we have seen together more

  • "i'm A Sinful Person"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 26, 2022

    A sermon about hearing God's call and acting on it.

    “I’m a Sinful Person” Luke 5:1-11 It’s been said that “Life is what happens to you while you’re making other plans.” The disciples didn’t get their call from Jesus when they were looking for it. Rather, it was at the end of a long, sweaty night, when they were discouraged and ready to pack it more

  • A Sinner Saved

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Dec 8, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    A miraculous catch of fish, and the commencement of the Church's ministry.

    A SINNER SAVED. Luke 5:1-11. I can remember reading a quaint old book by a Puritan whose only acknowledged qualification for conducting a Christian ministry was, ‘Sinner Saved’. Without that we are either honestly mistaken, or really just charlatans and frauds! This begs the question, ‘What more

  • The Call Of A Disciple (Luke, Part 4) Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Feb 13, 2022

    It’s critical that we see ourselves and the calling of the disciples was NO different than ours. If we will not share what we know, are we any different than the religious pharisees?

    Introduction / Recap - The study of Luke is an interesting one for several reasons -- We can clearly see Luke’s genuine interest in people (career as a physician) -- We also get to experience how Jesus interacts with society; critical lesson for us - Last week, we unpacked the temptations of more

  • Called To Become...."fishers Of Men" Series

    Contributed by David Edward Ray on Feb 22, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    Not everyone is called to become a Pastor, a Sunday School Teacher, an administrator or to become a worship leader. As followers of Christ, all are called to become....Fishers of Men.

    Called to Become... "FISHERS OF MEN" - Luke 5:1-11 1. Hearing the word of God • Multitudes press close to hear the word of God • People want to hear what God’s word has to say • It’s important that we sit at the feet of Jesus/ To learn from Him • Romans 10:17 Faith comes by hearing, more

  • Followers Of Jesus

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Feb 18, 2022

    It's nice to stand on the fringes of what Jesus is doing and watch good things. But remember that he just might call you to jump in to some form of service.

    For the last several weeks we’ve followed the course of just 24 hours in Jesus’ life. It was an amazing time. It started on the Sabbath day. He preached in the synagogue at Capernaum, cast a demon out of a heckler there, went home to Peter’s house and healed Peter’s mother-in-law in the more

  • Get Onboard (February 6, 2022)

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 11, 2022

    In this story, we see excuses, and an invitation that brought forth an alt[a]ration.

    GET ONBOARD Text: Luke 5:1-11 Luke 5:1-11  Once while Jesus was standing beside the lake of Gennesaret, and the crowd was pressing in on him to hear the word of God,  (2)  he saw two boats there at the shore of the lake; the fishermen had gone out of them and were washing their more

  • Following Jesus: Not Safe But Saved

    Contributed by Dj Thomsen on Feb 3, 2022
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus calls us to be fishers of men, to follow him. He doesn't call us to lives of safety, but of salvation.

    This story that we have in the gospel reading for today is one that makes me smile because I feel like I know exactly what Simon is thinking here in this moment. I have had days like this fishing. Days where I’ve been out for hours and hours and there’s just nothing. And we tried everything, more