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  • Lessons From The Memories Of England – With Applications Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Sep 27, 2022

    A new culture always means new experiences. Here are some thoughts developed from some places I saw in England, with Christian applications. The Church age hastens to an end. Be real for the Lord, because the Lord is real with us. God hates shams.

    LESSONS FROM THE MEMORIES OF ENGLAND – WITH APPLICATIONS This is a message/talk that best needs photos or data projector material, but you have to imagine the scenes and a few of them you can look up on line for the photos. When you are in another country so many things can be different. The more

  • Church Health, Part 2 Of 3 Series

    Contributed by Joey Nelson on May 4, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    Sources; Characteristics of a Healthy Church -- Willow Creek; Ten Characteristics of a Healthy Church Vision -- New England; Characteristics of a Healthy Church -- Sonlife Ministries -- Dann Spader; Eight Essential Qualities of Healthy Churches-- Natural

    See Part 1 for Introduction; 5. Empowering Leadership The proof of a good leader is creating another leader, not more followers. Develop servant-leadership by strategically mentoring, teaching and serving the believers. A true leader’s measure of success is when they have succeeded in helping more

  • A New Year - A New Life

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Dec 30, 2000
    based on 256 ratings

    We can have a new life in the Lord.

    A NEW YEAR - A NEW LIFE! INTRO.- We all could use a new year and some people could use a new life! Or at least a better life. ILL.- A lady by the name of Cherise Wyneken from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, said, “My husband and I were young parents of three on a tight budget. After surviving measles, more

  • A New Beginning Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 28, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Even after Peter's wonderful surprises when Jesus was raised from the dead, he was still struggling to get past his failure. In John 21, we see Jesus giving Peter the opportunity to be reinstated to his role of apostle and leader.

    A. I want to begin this morning with a poem by Louisa Fletcher: “I wish that there were some wonderful place Called the Land of Beginning Again. Where all our mistakes and all our heartaches And all of our poor selfish grief Could be dropped like a shabby old coat at the door And more

  • Sabbath: Enjoy The Rest Of Your Life Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 24, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    Who said Sunday is the new Sabbath? Roman Emperor Constantine did in 321 A.D. The Roman Catholic Church did. The Church of England did, and the Puritans did. But the Bible never did.

    INTRODUCTION The wife of a man who died assumed they had plenty of money so she gave him a very nice funeral and a fancy tombstone that said, “Rest in Peace.” However, when the estate was settled she learned he had wasted all their money on gambling and bad investments. This made her so angry she more

  • The New Life In Christ (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Andy Payne on Nov 22, 2010

    If we are trying to live our lives under our own steam then we are under legalism. Jesus has set us free from rules and regulations in how we live our life – so we can freely worship Jesus and experience freedom living for him.

    Romans “The New Life in Christ” Romans 5:1-8:39 Intro: Paul’s letter to the Church in Rome addresses: 1. Who needs to be a Christian? 2. Why I need to be Christian? 3. How Can I become a Christian? 4. How does a Christian live his/her life? We have already looked to the first more

  • No News Is Good News

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Feb 6, 2019

    A study in the book of 2 Chronicles 27: 1 – 9

    2 Chronicles 27: 1 – 9 No news is good news 27 Jotham was twenty-five years old when he became king, and he reigned sixteen years in Jerusalem. His mother’s name was Jerushah the daughter of Zadok. 2 And he did what was right in the sight of the LORD, according to all that his father Uzziah had more

  • Priorities For A New Year

    Contributed by David Owens on Jan 7, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    In this sermon I borrowed and built on the seven priorities from a sermon by SermonCentral contributor, Darrell Garrett called "How to Meet the New Year".

    Introduction: A. Happy New Year! This is the first Sunday of 2008! It is hard to believe we are almost through the first decade of the 21st Century! 1. For many people the first week in January is the most depressing week of the year. 2. The holidays are over, the family and friends have gone more

  • Is The New Age, New? Series

    Contributed by Mark Jackson on Aug 22, 2002
    based on 67 ratings

    In this sermon you will learn about the background of the New Age Movement and how it began in America. You will also learn three distinct New Age doctrines and what the Bible says about them.

    Is The New Age New? Like the cults, the New Age Movement uses terms and phrases that Christians are familiar and comfortable with. Yet, these terms are vastly different in meaning. This is why many Christians are deceived into thinking that the New Age is simply another appeal for world peace. more

  • New Wine In 09

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Jan 7, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Today we are entering into a new era of ministry at Christian Hills – we have a new year and the promise from the Lord of a new start – a new focus – a new theme – our new theme is “New Wine in 09.

    “New Wine in 09” Youth are ushering today. They will hand out corks to everyone when they come in today. Opening Video Illustration– old to new! The world is changing and we need to change and adapt with it. We cannot dig our heals in and refuse to change and to grow. Clip compares: TV then and more

  • How New Is New?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 4, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    We live in a revolutionary time. Can we seize it for Christ. God is doing something new and is calling us to join Him in it, as walls and barriers come down.

    If this winter is like most winters, you will wake up one morning, peer out your window, and find the whole scene blanketed in pure white snow. It will seem like a fairyland to you, and for a little while, at least, the whole world will appear to be new. Brand new, clean and fresh, sparkling and more

  • Good News Is News

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jul 7, 2023

    How many people are there who reject Christianity without having the faintest notion what it is?

    Jesus attended the Sabbath service at his home synagogue in Nazareth, as he always did when he was home, and stood up when the time came for the Scripture. “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,” said Jesus, “because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release more

  • What The Locusts Have Eaten

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Jan 7, 2005
    based on 81 ratings

    This is a sermon for the beginning of a New Year based on the thesis that God is able to renew for each one of us the years "the locusts have eaten."

    What the Locusts Have Eaten --Joel 2:18-27 (Verse 25, “I will repay you for the years the Locust have eaten— The great locust and the young Locust, The other locusts and the locust Swarm— My great army that I sent among You.”—NIV) They are destroyers and a delicacy. God sent them as the more

  • A New You For A New Year

    Contributed by Joshua Blackmon on Jan 9, 2023

    This is an incomplete manuscript of my first Sunday sermon of 2023. It looks at the connection between hospitality to God and others in the fulfillment of the promises God has made to us.

    A New You For A New Year "A Roman god with no Greek counterpart, Janus was deeply entrenched in the psyche of Rome, born long before the Greek pantheon was adopted by the Romans. Strange and ancient, Janus was depicted with two, sometimes four faces. One face is always looking back, more

  • New Year! New You!

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Dec 29, 2022
    based on 2 ratings

    A New Year's Day sermon playing off an idea from Narnia.

    New Year! New You! Ephesians 3:20-21 January 1, 2023 One of my favorite Christians authors is C.S. Lewis. In part, because he wrote so many deep and profound books which are challenging, and also because he was able to write Christian fantasy books. One of them is a series of books, called The more