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  • The Fear Factor

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Aug 11, 2006
    based on 16 ratings

    Fear doesn’t have to be a factor in your life when you follow Jesus’ commands! Jesus said, "I will be with you."

    The Fear Factor Text: Matthew 28:16-20 Have you watched this reality show called “The Fear Factor?” At least three contestants do these terrible, nasty, fearful games to see which individual can endure. When there is a winner he or she receives $10,000 and the game more

  • Reach... With A Purpose

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Sep 5, 2002
    based on 19 ratings

    How does the Church respond to the problems piling up in our world? Jesus tells us to reach...

    Matthew 28:16-21: REACH There are lots of things going on the world today. The question I have for you this morning is – how is the Church supposed to respond? What are you as a Christian supposed to do? The anniversary of 9/11 is this week, and that anniversary reminds us that our world can more

  • Holding Ourselves Accountable

    Contributed by Vance Elzinga on Sep 11, 2002
    based on 6 ratings

    Investigate the ingredients of Jesus call to his first apostles, and to us.

    20000430a - Holding Ourselves Accountable!!! Mt. 28 Opening: (Responsible Agents) Responsibility -- others can’t always do it for us. How about spiritual responsibility? If we have responsibility in the mundane things of life, how about the bigger things? Have you con-sidered your more

  • "Let's Not Drop The Ball"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Sep 11, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    A sermon for Consecration Sunday.

    MATTHEW 28:16-20 “Let’s Not Drop The Ball” By: Rev. Kenneth Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA A man was taking a daily walk as part of a regimen recommended by his physician after a heart attack. At home, the telephone rang and his wife answered. On the other more

  • Lou Costello: Series

    Contributed by Al Schifano on Oct 5, 2002
    based on 237 ratings

    Understanding the essence of the mystery of the Trinity even though we cannot understand the mystery.

    “Who’s on First?” Trinity Sunday By Al Schifano – May 2002 How many times have you had something happen to you, when you simply laughed and said: “God really has a sense of humor.” I think we have all had that experience many times. I am convinced that God must have a wonderful sense of humor. more

  • The 1st "Gc” Series

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Mar 13, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon is about our responsibility to fulfill the Great Commission.

    There are two green things I have been able to grow. One is mold. Now it’s not terribly difficult to grow that. Just place some leftovers in the back of the fridge and forget about it for a few months. That’s one thing I’m real good at. The other green thing I have had success with is grass. more

  • A First Century Practice For Our 21st Century Church

    Contributed by David Haun on Apr 4, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    All of us know we should witness as an evangelist, but few of us do. This sermon examines the first century church and how the comments of Jesus led them into evangelism. That practice still applies to our church today.

    "A FIRST CENTURY PRACTICE FOR OUR 21st CENTURY CHURCH" Dr. David L. Haun April 4, 2004 Hope Christian Church, Tamarac, Florida One of the first activities of the first century church was evangelism. On Pentecost, the church began with some 3000 individuals accepting Christ. At that point more

  • It's Not Enough To Believe

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Apr 7, 2004
    based on 58 ratings

    Who were the first witnesses to the resurrection? Not the women or the apostles, but the guards at the door! And yet, it didn’t change their lives at all. How many here believe in the resurrection, but it hasn’t changed your life at all?

    I think one of the most fascinating careers one could have would be that of the major television or newspaper reporter. To live a life of someone like Walter Cronkitt would be a fascinating life. To witness history unfold. To be a witness of the Normandy Invasion. To be a witness to Pearl more

  • Five Keys To Living In Resurrection Power Series

    Contributed by Dan Cale on Apr 10, 2004
    based on 124 ratings

    This is the third in a series of messages looking at the days surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. This studies the resurrection as it applies to living each day.

    The Passion Pt 3 Five Keys To Living In Resurrection Power Matthew 28:16-20 In the weeks leading up to Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday – I shared with you the first two installments of a series called The Passion. I want to conclude that series today. One of the main points that I wanted to get more

  • Check The Rock!

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Apr 27, 2004
    based on 27 ratings

    We at Easter need to be COOL by doing the following actions: 1. Check the rock. 2. Observe the empty tomb. 3. Open our spiritual eyes. 4. Look and see Jesus.

    Check the Rock! It Rocks! COOL!: Easter Sermon 2004 Thesis: We at Easter need to be COOL by doing the following actions: 1. Check the rock. 2. Observe the empty tomb. 3. Open our spiritual eyes. 4. Look and see Jesus. Scripture Text: Matthew 28:1-20; (Play on CD) Luke 24:1-10; Mark 16:1-8 So more

  • Promises From The Great Commission

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Apr 6, 2003
    based on 318 ratings

    Jesus said, "Therefore, Go and make disciples." We can be assured that the Lord will enable, equip and empower us to do everything He asks us to do with the help of Christ who gives us the strength, authority and power.

    Blessed Assurances From Jesus - Matt. 28:18-20 Matthew 28:18-20 Blessed Assurances From Jesus - Matt. 28:18-20 "Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine. Oh what a foretaste of glory divine. Heir of salvation, purchase of love, filled with His goodness, lost in His love." (Fanny more

  • Es Domingo, Dia De Vida

    Contributed by Nestor Menjivar on Apr 19, 2003
    based on 71 ratings

    Comienza con la parte final del famoso sermon, "Es Domingo", y luego trae un acrostico que nos habla de la vida que debemos tener en Cristo.

    ¡Es Domingo, día de VIDA! Mateo 28:16-20 Es Domingo. En las madrugadas, al comenzar el día hubo un gran temblor. Pero eso no era la cosa mas sorprendente del día – porque ahora es Domingo. Y el Ángel del Señor baja del cielo y mueve la piedra de la tumba – si, es Domingo. Y el Ángel del Señor more

  • What Next?

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Apr 19, 2003
    based on 70 ratings

    Easter should make a difference, but for many of us the Resurrection doesn’t make a difference in our lives

    Imagine that the most important thing that could possibly happen in your life happens, but afterward, nothing changes. You graduate from college, but instead of going out and getting a job, you just go home and continue to live with Mom and Dad, getting an allowance, and years later at the age more

  • We've A Story To Tell To The Nations

    Contributed by Jeffery Richards on Aug 8, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    What a great priviledge it is to be able to share the good news.

    We’ve a Story to Tell to the Nations Matthew 28:9-20 A few years ago it was estimated to require one thousand laypersons and six ministers one year to lead one person to Christ. It was also estimated that 95 percent of the Christians today never lead a soul to Christ. This is the reversal of Jesus’ more

  • Creating Revival Series

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Mar 18, 2002
    based on 174 ratings

    Revival in the church starts with believers who understand the true purpose of the church - evangelism of the lost!

    1. Introduction A. REVIVAL is defined as a reawakening of religious fervor; a resurgence, or renewal, of commitment and purpose. B. It has been suggested that the church is “flat”, and in desperate need of revival. We won’t debate that point tonight, we will assume we can agree on that C. Many more