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  • Maintaining Family Series

    Contributed by Paul Newell on Aug 29, 2001
    based on 68 ratings

    As we conclude our series on our church covenant we need to understand what it means to actually support our church family.

    It still amazes me, almost 25% of all marriages will end in divorce. That means one out of four marriage covenants will be broken, tossed to the sidelines and forgotten. Families will be torn apart. Interesting is the typical reasons given for ignoring the marriage covenant. communication more

  • Sustained And Maintained

    Contributed by Mark Roper on Jan 18, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    God’s people are not without trial — nor without God in time of trial.

    Sustained and Maintained By M. Roper Wit and Witticism: A man went to his psychiatrist and he said, “Sometimes I think I’m a tepee and sometimes I think I’m a wigwam.” The psychiatrist said, “Your problem is you’re too tents.” Topic: Through Jesus we can learn to handle everyday more

  • Maintaining Momentum Series

    Contributed by Glenn Newton on Aug 19, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    a sermon that goes along with our Celebrate recovery ministry, covering the different steps.

    Mark 14:38 38 Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the body is weak." We’ve been talking the last seven weeks about coming out of the dark, exposing our problems to the light of God’s love, and watching Him heal those habits, those hurts, and those more

  • Divorce & How To Maintain Relationships

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 1, 2002
    based on 143 ratings

    Jesus gives us insight into the heart of God, revealing how to save relationships that are faltering and how to avoid the trap of divorce. Learn how God truly envisioned marriage and learn about keeping commitments. Also learn how to avoid legalism.

    A very recent report from the U.S. Census Bureau states that today in the United States, more people than ever are deciding against the idea of getting married. 4.3 million couples are instead living together without the commitment of a marriage vow. The most often cited reasons? Because failed more

  • Maintaining Your Integrity In The Wilderness?

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Oct 27, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    This is a series on the life of David and what made him a man after God’s heart. Here we find David’s faults and weaknesses a puzzling companion to the great title "Man after God’s own heart"

    MAINTAINING YOUR INTEGRITY IN THE WILDERNESS? David is on the run. In this part of the story of David’s life everything has broken loose. Quiet suspicions that Saul is trying to kill him are now loudly in the open. Even Jonathon who struggled to grasp how his own father could possibly consider more

  • Maintain Your Priorities Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on May 26, 2005
    based on 124 ratings

    Our priorities are defined by where we focus our eyes and our hearts and by what he hold on to as most dear. Christ-followers should set their priorities on the eternal and not the temporary.

    (adapted from Southeast Christian Church’s series: “Living a Life of Integrity”) SERIES: “WORDS OF WISDOM FOR KINGDOM LIVING” TEXT: MATTHEW 6:19-24 TITLE: “MAINTAIN YOUR PRIORITIES” INTRODUCTION: A. A husband and wife were attending a county fair where, for twenty dollars a more

  • How To Maintain Spiritual Purity Series

    Contributed by Larry Sarver on Sep 12, 2002
    based on 94 ratings

    A teaching message on Genesis 33:18-34:31.

    Genesis Series #58 September 08, 2002 Title: How to Maintain Spiritual Purity Email: <> Website: Welcome to New Life in Christ. Today we continue with message #58 in our verse-by-verse study of the Book of more

  • Salt: The Maintainer Of Health

    Contributed by Norris Harris I on Mar 3, 2003
    based on 47 ratings

    Since verses 13-16, discloses how we are to Function in a world that hates us, I thought it would be helpful if we would look at One of the Functions of Salt as the Maintainer of Health. One of the primary functions of Salt is to Maintain Health, to keep

    In Verses 13-16, Jesus reveals Our Function in a world that hates us, even Our Relationship to a world that has gone mad. In summing up the Attitude of Kingdom Citizens, the Lord now turns to those 12 young, eager, enthusiastic disciples who were nearest to Him on the mountain; and He says to them more

  • Maintaining A Holy Standard

    Contributed by Melvin Maughmer, Jr. on Jun 16, 2008
    based on 13 ratings

    It¡¯s a shame and a black mark against the church when someone comes to church bound, hurt, possessed, lonely, un-loved, cast down, forsaken, perplexed, sad, or just with a need to ultimately leave without having these issues resolved, we must

  • Maintaining Loving Relationships

    Contributed by John White on Jan 12, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    A Biblical view of the elements involved in establishing and maintaining loving relationships.

    RELATIONSHIPS THAT LAST Philemon Entire Chapter Introduction: I want to share today about the sort of relationship Paul must have had withPhilemon. A relationship that enabled him to be able to confidently ask such a costly response from him. A relationship based upon a lasting, loving more

  • Maintaining A Winning Attitude Series

    Contributed by Rick Adams on Mar 30, 2004
    based on 54 ratings

    Discovering the Champion in You Part 1. This message focuses on four practices that will help believers maintain a winning attitude.

    INTRODUCTION This morning I want to start off a short series entitled, “Discovering the Champion in You.” Sitting in this room this morning are men and women of God who have been miraculously saved. Can somebody say, “Amen!”? And because you’ve been saved and empowered by the Holy Spirit, more

  • Maintaining A Pure Heart

    Contributed by Jeff Budzinski on Feb 19, 2007
    based on 35 ratings

    This week we want to talk about maintaining a pure heart before God. We can not afford to place any contaminates in our heart and miss out on the blessings of God. The condition of our heart determines the outcome of our life. It is so important that as

    Introduction · Last week we talked about achieving Godly success in 2007. We discovered that we must be speaking the Word, meditating on the Word and then putting action to the Word of God. · When we do these things, our hearts are filled with the Word and we begin to have great success. · more

  • Maintaining Balance In Practice And Doctrine

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Apr 9, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    Six areas of balance essential to as successful Christian walk are discussed in this Pastor’s farewell address.

    Maintaining Balance in Practice and Doctrine Eph 4:14-15[1] 1-8-06 Intro This morning and next Sunday will be my last two messages as Pastor of this church. Two opportunities to speak—and then I must entrust you to others. That reality weighed heavily upon me as I sought the Lord for more

  • Maintaining Family Unity

    Contributed by David Elvery on Nov 27, 2005
    based on 44 ratings

    Considering how to maintain family unity.

    Maintaining Family Unity – Eph 4:22-32 Gladstone Baptist Church – 5/9/04 Screen Viva La Difference – The Ledger people. Well this is the last night in our series on the family and we are stopping to consider the issue of unity within families. If you were to watch many of the TV shows more

  • Maintaining Your Spiritual Life

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Sep 29, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    keep on keeping on

    Intro: a while back Brother Rushing made this statement about machinery. It will only be as good as the amount of maintenance you put into it. There are many people who have a very rigid maintenance schedule on their mowers, cars, trucks, boats, weed-eaters, etc. They all have long life more