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  • Who Will Roll Away The Stone?

    Contributed by Boomer Phillips on May 1, 2021
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    Easter: This short sermon reflects on how Jesus Christ, through the resurrection, has rolled away the enormous stone of sin in our life.

  • Expected Resurrection Easter 2021

    Contributed by Rev. Timothy Porter on Apr 7, 2021

    When Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and found it empty , she didn't leave like the others. She was expecting a resurrection.

    EASTER 2021 EXPECTED RESURRECTION Pastor Timothy Porter TEXT: Mark 16:1-8 INTRODUCTION: I just stopped by to declare unto you that I just checked my watch. It's not night anymore. Church, it's morning. Wipe the tears out of your eyes, and praise our God, because he more

  • Written In Stone

    Contributed by David Roth on Apr 6, 2021

    The fact of our death, although it has not yet occurred is certain and written in stone. But the fact of our resurrection in Christ, although it has not yet occurred is more certain, and written in the stone of His empty tomb and on the stone which was rolled away.

    J. J. May the words of my mouth, and the meditations of our hearts, be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer. Amen. (Ps. 19:14) “Written in Stone” Alleluia, He is risen. He is risen, indeed, Alleluia. It was Saturday evening. The sun had set. The Sabbath had ended. more

  • An Empty Tomb

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 5, 2021

    The empty tomb is the first sign of Jesus' resurrection.

  • No Longer Doom And Gloom

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Apr 4, 2021

    The resurrection of Jesus allows all people to be able to know there is hope and there is no-longer doom and gloom when we die.

  • Domingo De Pascua La Resurrección Del Señor

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 3, 2021

    El lenguaje de la Pascua nos dice esto que tenemos que experimentarlo personalmente.

    Hay un juguete llamado “La historia de Pascua,Colina del Calvario,” que tiene una piedra de plástico que realmente rueda en una ranura y tres cruces extraíbles. Sin embargo, el juguete no viene con figuras de acción, pero se recomienda "Colecciónalos todos". 1). more

  • How Do We Understand St Marks Cliffhanger?

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Apr 2, 2021
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    St Marks Gospel just ends - it leaves many questions unanswered, this sermon looks to help us understand how we deal with this

    In the name of our risen saviour. Amen. Imagine it if you will, Jesus is dead, the disciples and his closets followers are devastated, this man who was supposed to be the Messiah, the saviour of Israel allowed himself to be crucified on a cross and killed by the very people that he came to save. more

  • Okay, The Tomb Is Empty… So What

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 31, 2021
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    This MSG answers what the empty tomb means at it's core...

    Okay, The Tomb Is Empty… So What Video – Because Of Him Now, brothers and sisters, I want to remind you of the gospel I preached to you, which you received and on which you have taken your stand. By this gospel you are saved… For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that more

  • Say Nothing

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Mar 31, 2021

    Does fear keep us from sharing the Good News of the Gospel?

    Mark 16: 1 – 8 / Say Nothing Intro: The little boy was not happy about going to church on Easter Sunday. His new shoes were too tight, his tie pinched his neck and the weather outside was just too beautiful to be cooped up inside . . . so as he sulked in the pew his parents overheard him more

  • Easter: Unstoppable Jesus

    Contributed by Dj Thomsen on Mar 31, 2021
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    What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Easter shows us the victor.

    During the season of lent we’ve been talking about our Unstoppable God and we've been following Jesus on his road to the cross and marveling at all of the ways that he is unstoppable. When Jesus sets off on his path toward the cross no one could stop him, even when they told him he was crazy, more

  • "Friday Tragedy? Easter Triumph!”

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Mar 31, 2021

    If the body of Jesus had decayed into dust within the borrowed tomb, we would not be singing the songs of Easter. They thought It was a tragic end to the “One” who had raised the dead. Tears told the sadness in their hearts. Resurrection shatters the grip of fear.

    In Jesus Holy Name April 4, 2021 Easter Sunday Redeemer Text: Mark 16:6,7a “Friday Tragedy? Easter Triumph!” He is risen! He is risen indeed! Philip Yancy wrote: “Christianity has two great symbols to more

  • Let Hope Arise (Easter)

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 30, 2021
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    As we look at several of the encounters that the Risen Lord had with various people, we see hope rising in places of - grief, fear, doubt and failure.

    Let HOPE Rise! Easter 2020 I want to start off today with some powerful words that Paul put to paper 2000 years ago, NOT ONLY for a bunch of believers who were living in the city of Corinth… BUT ALSO - for (you and I) today, at this very moment on April 12, 2020. Now, brothers, I want to remind more

  • Resurrection Pictures

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Mar 30, 2021

    This is a short sermon looking at the images we create around Jesus’ Death and Resurrection. It is intended to help us focus on those that bring comfort, peace, love and joy.

  • The Reality Of Resurrection Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 28, 2021

    G. Campbell Morgan said, "The resurrection is a fact that cannot be proved except to the faith of the heart." The evidence must be approached with faith, or it will not convince the skeptic.

    Ministers frequently call at a home when the man alone is there, and he will respond in some such manner as this: "I'm sorry my wife isn't home. She takes care of the religious matters in our home." I have not just read about this, but have experienced it, and have wondered how more

  • A Risen Redeemer Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 28, 2021

    We want to consider the great story of the resurrection from the point of view of two groups of people. Both groups are believers, but Mark's account first deals with the experience of the women, and then of the men.