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  • Now You Have Something To Shout About

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 9, 2021
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    This is a rewrite of Dr. Jwt Spies great sermon. Bartimaeus began to shout as Jesus passed by. His shout brought him into Jesus' presence and he received sight. Begin this new year with a shout!

  • Now You Have Something To Shout About

    Contributed by Dr. Jwt Spies on Dec 30, 2020
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    New Years Eve

    Brothers and Sisters as we are about to make our exodus out of 2020 and about to cross on the threshold of 2021 I think that it is of the utmost important to understand that we all have something to shout about because when we reflect back on the days of our lives in 2020 we all have had our share more

  • Never Unemployed

    Contributed by Jay Yousling on Dec 1, 2020
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    Jesus was laboring day and night. The Twelve were beside Him but that was not enough to work the vast, ripe harvest. He calls to the Father for more workers, but what does that look like? What should we pray for?

    It seems like we need more laborers. What does this look like? This was my QT this weekend: Never Unemployed. Praying for Laborers? Matthew 9:35Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness. more

  • Princess And Pea Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Nov 10, 2020

    We learned them as children, but did we learn from them? There is truth wrapped up in these tales!

    Fairytales 2 Pt. 1 - Princess and Pea I. Introduction These are the stories we learned as children. Either told to us by parents at bedtime or at school as we gathered at the feet of our teachers. These tales taught us life lessons and truths that we had to think through to grasp. However, unknown more

  • God Will Give You The Desires Of Your Heart

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Oct 7, 2020
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    Bartimaeus was filled with the spirit of Jacob. The more resistance he met, the more strenuously he wrestled to obtain the blessing (Ge 32:24-26). He received the desire of his heart! So can you!

    God Will Give You the Desires of Your Heart Mark 10:46-52 Introduction: Ps 37:4 Delight thyself also in the LORD; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Revival and spiritual growth are God’s desires for each one of his children. Today revival seems to be elusive to many but know more

  • Godly Ambition Series

    Contributed by Bob Myers on Sep 8, 2020

    Ambition is a common human motivation. We see it played out in the lives of countless men and women throughout history. In our text today, we observe two kinds of burning ambition. While the passion to achieve desired ends is similar, the motivation sets them worlds apart.

    Who Is This Man? Godly Ambition Mark 10:32-45 Ambition We often talk about people going through “phases.” That’s especially true for those who are growing through adolescence or some other dynamic season of life. “Oh, don’t worry about it,” we tell ourselves, “it’s just a phase.” Grown adults more

  • What Do You Want Me To Do For You? Series

    Contributed by Bob Myers on Sep 8, 2020

    Jesus' question is the same to you and me today as it was to Bartimaeus on the road to Jerusalem: What do you want me to do for you?

    Who Is This Man? What Do You Want Me to Do for You? Mark 10:46-52 Choose Wisely “He chose poorly.” Those were the understated words of the ageless knight in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade as the movie’s villain’s face melted away in vintage Spielberg fashion. If you recall the scene, Indiana more

  • Called By God

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Aug 8, 2020

    God has called us, but who are we called to be? We look at that question this week.

    Called by God Ephesians 4:1 August 9, 2020 For the past weeks I’ve been talking about the fact that you have been called by God. I think we would all agree with that. I think I’m on pretty solid ground when I say most of us believe we were created by God to do something significant, something more

  • Core 52 Week 30 - Dirty Hands Leadership Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Aug 4, 2020

    Leading like Jesus means we're going to get our hands dirty.

    You can hear the sermon on my podcast here: • stopping to help woman with tire. • Son Jay’s insight about dirty hands. "I guess that's what a Christian's hands are supposed to look like. • likely we’ve all done similar things without much deep more

  • Cast Off Your Garments Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Jul 25, 2020

    A message about where we leave our past behind to get to Jesus. Jesus heals the blind man. This is in the series of The Miracles of Jesus. Each miracles shows us something about the Messiah.

    Title: CAST IT OFF BY FAITH Theme: Text: Mark 10:46-52 Note: The bulk of this body came from a message by Bishop Wayne Dority. I wanted to share it in the series of sermons on The Miracles of Jesus. I thought it was too good not to share. Mark 10:46-52 Now they came to Jericho. As He went out more

  • Go Thy Way: When Jesus Healed A Blind Man Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Mar 10, 2020
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    The blind have never had it easy in this world. This story features Jesus healing a man from blindness, and also telling him, "go thy way". This is the last time the phrase "go thy way" appears in Mark's gospel.

    Background: Jesus, in this passage, is only a few days away from Calvary, where He would die for the sins of the world. He had already explained this to the disciples, a short time before this (Mark 10: 43-44). Now the group is heading through Jericho, where He performed a miracle for a man who was more

  • To Be Rescued, Then To Rescue Series

    Contributed by Greg Lindsey on Mar 8, 2020
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    Jesus came to rescue you, not just forgive you but heal, redeem, and restore you too. It's not just about what you've done, it's also about what's been done to, said to, and said about you.

    Wasn’t that awesome! Let’s give it up for Wade…giving us a little Valentines Day serenade. So we have a lot to celebrate today, but first things first. How about last Sunday…Denver Broncos World Champions? That’s what I’m talking about. Thank you Lord Jesus for great defense amen. Feels good more

  • What Do I Want Jesus To Do For Me? Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Mar 5, 2020

    How would you answer if Jesus asked, “What would you like me to do for you?” In our text two different people are asked that question.

    WHAT DO I WANT JESUS TO DO FOR ME? Mark 10:32-52 Introduction How would you answer if Jesus asked, “What would you like me to do for you?” In our text two different people are asked that question. Jesus uses this as a teaching moment, and we must listen! Mark’s gospel is a gospel ‘on the move’ - more

  • Love: The Reason For Christmas

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Dec 30, 2019

    This message discusses why Christ came and why we celebrate His birth. Jesus is the reason for the season, but WE are the reason He came and it was about His love for us.

    Love: The Reason For Christmas Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 13:1-3, 13; Matthew 1:18-21; Mark 10:42-45 For the next four weeks we are going to talk about love, hope and faith. Specifically we will talk about: • Love: The Reason For Christmas • Love: The Reason It’s Most Important • Hope: The more

  • Cross Purposes 3: Redemption Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Dec 13, 2019

    Redemption is like purchasing a slave to free them. Jesus 1) made a personal investment, and 2) paid a price. We are free as we 1) recognize our worth, and 2) chooses to be slaves of God.

    CROSS PURPOSES 5: REDEMPTION For the past 4 weeks, we have been asking, “Why did Jesus Christ, the Son of God, die on the cross for us?” We keep asking the same question, because the cross impacts our lives in so many ways, that we can’t exhaust them all: The cross shows the love of God. more