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  • "Real Relationship” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Sep 19, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus doesn’t invite us to practice a religion, but to participate in a relationship.

    In this series, we want unbelievers to understand that Christianity is not a religion. The way of religion is about impersonal rules, while the way of Christ is about a personal relationship with God. But we also want believers to understand that Christianity is not designed to be lived as a more

  • The Road To Recovery Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Aug 21, 2010

    The path on the Road to Recovery involves 1) Faith (Matthew 11:28a), 2) Repentance and Rest (Matthew 11:28b) and finally: 3) Submission (Matthew 11:29-30)

    There are many reasons why people come to Canada. Some come for economic prospects. Some come to be reunited with family that has preceded them, and some come to avoid brutal conditions in the land that they just left. Many of the boat people that arrived recently form Sri Lanka, fled that country more

  • Part 8 - Matthew 11:25-30 - Without The Encumbrance Of Genius Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jun 20, 2010
    based on 25 ratings

    Perhaps the reason that I embraced Christianity so easily was that the Christian faith doesn’t demand intelligence. Now don’t be so unkind...

    Part 8 - Matthew 11:25-30 - WITHOUT THE ENCUMBRANCE OF GENIUS Perhaps it is the reason that I embraced Christianity so easily was that the Christian faith doesn’t demand intelligence. I have an above average intelligence level. Well, actually, although it was above average according to the IQ more

  • It's All About Relationship

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on May 27, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    It's great to know tht this great God of ours, rather than invite us to unremitting labor to earn His favor, calls us to relationship that is restful.

    Passage: Matthew 1:25-30 Intro: This is a fascinating little passage that is incredibly theological. 1. deals with the nature and exclusivity of Jesus, as well as the perplexing questions of election, clarity of revelation, and invitation. 2. I hope you will bear with me as I seek to more

  • A Messiah Of Invitation Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Apr 29, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus invitation goes out to everyone, and all who respond to it will be saved.

    A Messiah of Invitation Text: Matthew 11:25-30 Introduction 1. Illustration: How do you feel about people? A pastor arranged for a gathering of the women’s auxiliary. It was to be a garden party on the church lawn, under the old oak. At the last moment, the morning of the party, more

  • Choice To Rejoice

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Feb 9, 2010
    based on 251 ratings

    We are not a victim of the circumstance. We have a choice to rejoice.

    For Those not familiar with an Anglican Service there are three Scriptures readings prior to the Message. Today's assigned readings are: Zephaniah 3:14-20; Philippians 4:4-9; and Luke 3:7-18. What a powerful message the Gospel of Luke and Paul's letter the believers' gathered more

  • Hijacking Grace Series

    Contributed by David Flowers on Jan 31, 2010

    The Company We Keep, part 9. When we decide to get serious about spiritual practices in our lives, we find that grace gets hijacked and replaced with guilt and oppression. How does this happen, and what are we to do?

    Hijacking Grace The Company We Keep, prt. 9 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers June 27, 2009 We have come a long way in our learning about the Jesus life – how to enter into and live in the life of peace and rest Jesus said is available to us. Today I want to talk to you about more

  • What Do You Expect From Jesus? Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Dec 6, 2009

    Have you ever stopped to consider what you expect from Him? A helper, a rescuer from your troubles, a self-help guru, someone that thinks like you? In this chapter Jesus punctures the expectations of others and ask that you really listen to Him.

    What do you expect from Jesus? It’s a natural question. If you ask you’ll probably get answers like: • I expect Jesus to get me out of my tough situations • I expect Jesus to give me good advice on how to live my life • I expect Jesus to tell me what I need to do to get to earn my way to more

  • The Pause That Refreshes: A Fresh Look At The Sabbath Series

    Contributed by on Nov 22, 2009
    based on 13 ratings

    God has given us a wonderful gift in the Sabbath rest – it is the pause that refreshes. God wants us to keep it holy, rest from work, and do something fun.

    THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES: A FRESH LOOK AT THE SABBATH INTRO TO TOPIC: • Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out? Overloaded? Overwhelmed? Stressed out? • If you answered yes to any of those questions, then today’s message is for you. • Liza and I just returned from a week long more

  • Refresh My Strength Series

    Contributed by Mark Haines on Oct 16, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus came with an invitation not a list of religious rules and rituals.

    PATTERN: DEDUCTIVE TEXTUAL – EXPOSITORY Introduction: The top 10 reasons you are too busy to pray today: 1. You wake up feeling rested, then realize your alarm should’ve gone off an hour ago. 2. Your spouse is away on a two-day business trip that’s lasted all week. 3. None of the clean more

  • Lifting Life's Burdens

    Contributed by Gerald Steffy on Sep 2, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    Jesus is the one who can lift your life’s burden and give you peace and an inner rest.

    LIFTING LIFE’S BURDENS—Matt. 11:25-30 Propositions: Jesus is the one who can lift your life’s burden and give you peace and an inner rest. Objective: My purpose is to challenge anyone with a heavy life’s burden to fully trust Jesus with their all their burdens. INTRODUCTION: Illus: In more

  • An Exclusive Invitation To Rest & Discipleship

    Contributed by Matthew Grise on Jul 31, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Matthew 11:25-30. The familiar invitation to come to Jesus is explored.

    AN EXCLUSIVE INVITATION TO REST & DISCIPLESHIP MATTHEW 11:25-30 INTRODUCTION - Most everyone likes to receive an invitation to a special event. Perhaps the event is a graduation or wedding. Sometimes we send out invitations for birthday parties. Ladies send out invitations for baby more

  • Prayer Of Rest Series

    Contributed by Paul Green on Jul 14, 2009
    based on 33 ratings

    Rest is not only vital to our spiritual lives, it is imperative if we are to be effective. Through the prayer of rest, God places his children in the eye of the storm. When all around us is chaos and confusion, deep within we know stability and serenity

    The Prayer of Rest Matthew 11:25-30 The story is told of a lady who became very angry at the pastor. When she finally caught up with him, she said, "I called you all morning at the church and dropped by to see you in the afternoon on Tuesday and you were not there." The minister said, "I’m more

  • How Christianity Would Never Be Missed Series

    Contributed by David Flowers on Jul 6, 2009

    Part 3 in series The Company We Keep, this message looks at what it is that really “saves” human beings.

    How Christianity Would Never Be Missed The Company We Keep, prt. 3 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers May 16, 2009 Matthew 11:28-30 (NLT) 28 Then Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you. Let me more

  • Coming Home To Jesus

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Jun 17, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    A funeral sermon I preached at my grandmother’s funeral on September 13th, 2003 at Prescott, Iowa.

    Jill did a wonderful job and although she probably didn’t know it, her sharing her memories of Grandma actually was a perfect introduction for my message today and what I have on my mind. Memories seem to be the theme of the day for us. It’s served as a basic theme for me to work with ever since more