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  • Follow Jesus By Obeying Him Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Feb 15, 2021
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    A disciple is one who follows Jesus no matter what.

    Video: That’s My King I’ve watched this video many times over the years, and we’ve played it a couple times in services as well. It’s from a sermon by Shadrach Meshach Lockridge (isn’t that the best biblical name ever?). Different sections jump out at me each time… I wish I could describe Him more

  • Everyone Who Asks Receives? Really? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 2, 2021
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    “We should believe in the name of his Son Jesus Christ and love one another, just as he has commanded us.” That’s not a suggestion. That’s a demand .

    Monday of Epiphany Week 2020 It’s a good idea to read St. John’s words in this first letter perhaps every week of our lives, because in it we find the key to happiness and fulfillment. John says “we receive from [God] whatever we ask.” Hmm, that’s interesting. And we recall that Jesus Himself said more

  • "ordinary People For An Extraordinary Calling" Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Dec 31, 2020

    Jesus rarely calls the famous, the powerful, the influential, or the religious groups to preach the Gospel. He works best with those who feel that that have nothing to offer Him, but will follow and obey Him anyway.

  • Follow The Steps Of Our Savior Jesus Christ Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Nov 26, 2020

    We can still follow the footsteps of Jesus. God's Word shows us how. 1. We must repent (vs. 17). 2. We must respond to God's call (vs. 18-19). 3. We must be re-created by God (vs. 19). 4. We must rely on God for the catch (vs. 19-22).

    Follow the Steps of Our Savior Jesus Christ The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 4:17-22 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - February 13, 2013 (Revised November 26, 2020) MESSAGE: *Over the years, I have known maybe 15 or 20 people who got to visit the Holy Land. They all said what a more

  • The Call Of Discipleship Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Oct 5, 2020

    In the call of discipleship that Jesus issued to the first disciples, we learn three important aspects of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, and how to answer the call.

    A. Italian composer Pietro Mascagni was once irritated by an organ-grinder who stood outside the composer’s apartment playing Mascagni’s own composition at about half the correct speed. 1. Eventually, when Mascagni could no longer stand hearing his composition be butchered in that way, he went into more

  • True Conversion Demonstrated Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Aug 24, 2020

    This message is an exposition of Philippians 3:7-11. Here Paul offers himself as an example of the changes that occur when a person is truly born again: (1) A Change in Values (2) A Change in Righteousness (3) A Change in Life Goals.

    We are in a study of Philippians. Our text today is found in Philippians 3:7-11. We will begin by reading that from the New International Version. “But whatever were gains to me I now consider loss for the sake of Christ. 8 What is more, I consider everything a loss because of the surpassing worth more

  • Fishers Of Men (January 22, 2017).

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 14, 2020

    After John the Baptizer was arrested, Jesus began His ministry. Jesus comes in and calls His disciples to be “fishers of men” against the backdrop of John the Baptizer’s arrest.

    FISHERS OF MEN Text: Matthew 4:12-23 Paul Harvey once said, “We’ve drifted away from being fishers of men to being keepers of the aquarium.” (Roy B. Zuck. ed. The Speaker’s Quote Book . Grand Rapids: Kregel Publications, 1997, p. 134). Is he right? Have we become keepers of more

  • Empowered

    Contributed by Steve Pearman on Aug 6, 2020

    Without being empowered by the Holy Spirit, we are followers. But once we are empowered, we are ambassadors.

    EMPOWERED Today I’m going to help you feel empowered! You might say, Woah! Me? Empowered? I don’t think so. That’s not me . . . But please stay with me on this and don’t drift off. Our series is “The Wellbeing of my soul” – This is not about achieving great things for yourself This is not about more

  • What God Knows About Me That I Don't Series

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Jun 13, 2020

    This message shares three things (our possibilities, limitations, and needs) that God knows about us that we don't. While I am speaking to the men for Father's Day month, this message also applies to everyone.

    What God Knows About Me That I Don’t Know Scripture: Psalm 139:1-6, 15-16; Matthew 4:18-22; Jeremiah 1:5 This is my second message for the month of June focusing on men as we look forward to Father’s Day on next Sunday. The title of my message this morning is “What God Knows About Me That I more

  • Fishing And Fighting: Leave Your Safety Nets

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Apr 6, 2020

    The first disciples were willing to step out in faith to follow Jesus. The writer says "They left their nets." What nets do we need to leave behind so we can follow Jesus?

    Fishing and Fighting: Leave Your Safety Nets “We all have one thing in common,” says Brene Brown, “we’re sick of feeling afraid. We’re tired of the national conversation centering on “What we should fear” and “Who we should blame.” She points out a spiritual problem; fear is everywhere. With more

  • Fishing For Men

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Mar 28, 2020

    Look at what they did when called. Did they ask permission from anyone to go and why did they go?

    Jesus had told Peter and Andrew to quit their fishing business and become 'fishers of men', to help other people discover God. Jesus was calling them from their earthly trade to a spiritual trade. (How many of us have heard the call and answered?) If we all were to do what Christ taught more

  • We – (You . . . And . . . I . . .) - Are Called By Jesus

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 17, 2020

    Jesus calls us all into discipleship, no matter who we are

    As he walked by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea for they were fishermen. And he said to them, "Follow me, and I will make you fish for people." Immediately they left their nets and followed him. As he more

  • Fishers Of Men . . . And Women!

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 17, 2020

    Jesus calls all of us to be disciples

    May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart by acceptable to you, my Lord and my Redeemer. Last week we heard John’s version of Jesus calling Andrew and Simon as disciples. Today, we heard the very familiar scripture calling them to be ‘fishers of men’. Last week Jesus asked Andrew more

  • Follow Me! Series

    Contributed by Lonnie Erwin on Feb 15, 2020

    So when I say “disciple” what comes to your mind, for most we would call them Christians. But when we consider the term Christian as mentioned in Acts 11:26 was a term signifying the identification with Jesus as a follower

    I want to begin this morning by asking you a question. You don’t need to respond but I just want you to think about these questions? When I say electrician what pops into your mind, plumber, remodeler or astronaut. For me I would respond to these questions by attaching a person to those connected more

  • We've All Been Caught In The Same Net

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Jan 27, 2020

    Human tendency is to look for all the ways we are different. But the church finds its unity only in Christ.

    January 26, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson 1 Cor. 1:10-18; Matt. 4:12-23 We’ve All Been Caught in the Same Net Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. If one thing marks our current culture, I think many people would more