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  • What Should We Think About Gay Marriage In Canada? Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 11, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,252 views

    How do we affirm God’s definition of marriage, hold to God’s standard for sexual purity, continually emphasize mercy and forgiveness, follow Jesus’ model in relationship with those ostracized, and above all be loving?

    What Should We Think About Gay Marriage in Canada? January 30, 2005 Intro: Before I begin, I want to first acknowledge and thank Lisa Nadon and Leanne Attwell for their help researching today’s topic. Most of you have seen the headlines in the newspapers this past week, and we are expecting ...read more

  • Part 18 - Matthew 10:37-42 - My Family Is Acting Like They Belong To A Cult Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on May 27, 2010
    based on 13 ratings
     | 4,879 views

    For some Christians in the world today, the choice concerning family is a different one, especially in some parts of the Muslim world. Battle lines are drawn and it becomes a CHOICE BETWEEN FAMILY AND CHRIST. Becoming a Christian means certain OSTRACISM b

    Part 18 - Matthew 10:37-42 - MY FAMILY IS ACTING LIKE THEY BELONG TO A CULT! We came to Sydney to live from the beautiful Whitsundays. Why would anyone leave the Whitsundays and come to the big city? We were Pastors of a great Church of people we had come to love. We had been there for 10 ...read more

  • Against The Grain

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Feb 9, 2012
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,368 views

    The healing of the leper is not just another in a long line of healing stories in Mark, it is a strong statement both of Jesus' compassion for those in need, and his frustration with the systems that ostracize people and push them out when they are most i

    One of the interesting things about living with a six year old is you get constant reminders of all the social taboos we live with that children are absolutely not aware of. For example, this winter (though it’s not really been cold yet) we have been eating soup some, and each time we dive ...read more

  • Status Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 25, 2019
     | 214 views

    Our status as unique children of God – in contrast to unbelievers – carries with it a host of implications.

    Status (I John 2:28-3:3) 1. A not-so-bright woman noticed that her coworker has a thermos, so she asks her what it's for. She responds, "It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold." The not-so-bright woman immediately buys one for herself. The next day, she goes to work and proudly ...read more

  • Sermon On The Plain

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Feb 12, 2019
     | 2,372 views

    Have you noticed that Jesus often says the exact opposite of popular ideas? Christianity is for thinking people. Jesus did not establish a Church where people just check their brains at the entry door and blindly follow men. We worship God also with our minds. Jesus challenges us to think.

    Have you noticed that Jesus often says the exact opposite of popular ideas? Christianity is for thinking people. Jesus did not establish a Church where people just check their brains at the entry door and blindly follow men. We worship God also with our minds. Jesus challenges us to think. Perhaps ...read more

  • Suffering And Hope

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jun 5, 2018
     | 1,963 views

    Have we ever been ostracized by family? Have we ever been falsely accused even by a few religious people? Do we suffer in other ways? Let’s learn to appreciate the majority of our church family that shares our suffering and our hope.

    Intro Have we ever been ostracized by family? Have we ever been falsely accused even by a few religious people? Do we suffer in other ways? Purpose: Let’s learn to appreciate the majority of our church family that shares our suffering and our hope. Plan: Let’s look at Mark 3:20-35 and 2 ...read more

  • Turning Famine Into Favor

    Contributed by Bubot Parago on Sep 20, 2008
    based on 31 ratings
     | 7,747 views

    The time has now come for Joseph... From the pit to Potiphar’s household to the prison to the palace...A long journey of thirteen years had passed by from the dream he told to his family to this eventual day.By his dreams he was ostracized and by the Phar

    The time has now come for Joseph...From the pit to Potiphar’s household to the prison to the palace. A long journey of thirteen years had passed by from the dream he told his family to this eventual day.By his dream he was ostracized and by a dream he will be aggrandize.This story will turn ...read more

  • Journey Of Love Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 4, 2017
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,470 views

    God tells us that Joseph was a "just man" because he was "unwilling to put (Mary) to shame, resolved to divorce her quietly." What does that mean? And what does difference can it make to our faith?

    OPEN: (We began the service with a clip from the movie "The Star" that showed Mary and Joseph at their wedding party just before Mary is going to tell Joseph that she's pregnant with the Christ Child) There’s a true story about a grade school class that was putting on a Christmas which ...read more

  • If You Are Willing... Series

    Contributed by Carl Willis on May 13, 2008
     | 1,328 views

    The leper knew the power to heal was available, the only question was His willingness. Jesus did more than heal skin that day...He touched the heart.

    If You are Willing… Mark 1:40-45 Mark 1:40 (HCSB) Then a man with a serious skin disease came to Him and, on his knees, begged Him: “If You are willing, You can make me clean.” The Life of a Leper * Ostracized * Leviticus – 13:45 Leviticus 13:45 (HCSB) “The person afflicted with an ...read more

  • A House For Everyone

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Sep 22, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 3,554 views

    God says to make His house a house of prayer for all people but we pick and choose who is welcome in God’s house. That should not be!

    We’ve all entertained in our homes at one time or another. We’ve had somebody drop by or invited someone for lunch or dinner. Maybe we’ve had people over for a weekend or longer. How do we treat visitors to our homes? We treat them pretty well don’t we? We try our best to make them feel at ...read more

  • "No One Is An Outcast"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Oct 9, 2004
    based on 28 ratings
     | 1,353 views

    A sermon on the Christian’s call to love and accept all with an emphasis on those with mental illness.

    Luke 17:11-19 “No One is an Outcast” Leprosy was the most terrible disease in Jesus’ day. The leper was considered utterly unclean—physically and spiritually. A leper couldn’t approach within six feet of any person, including family members, and as Leviticus chapter 13 reads: “The ...read more

  • United To Build A Stronger Church For Christ

    Contributed by Bennett T Cortez on May 4, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,222 views

    Where there is lack of unity lays dysfunction

    “Where there is lack of unity lays dysfunction”. The Greek translation for unity is (henotes) meaning to function as one, unanimity, agreement. The English translation parallels to the Greek interpretation to be in harmony, or union. What does unification look like? or what does it ...read more

  • A Personal Touch

    Contributed by Gene Escoe on May 4, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,553 views

    To encourage beleivers to share the gospel with those they would consider undesirable or unreachable.

    I. Leprosy A. What is it? 1. Today: A bacterial infection that causes nerve damage. It can also cause damage to the skin. 2. In biblical times: a. Any skin condition that included white lesions on the skin with a red top. Typically the hair would fall out where this lesion was. ...read more

  • The Parable Of The Pharisee & The Tax Collector Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Jul 13, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,793 views

    Be like the tax collector, not the Pharisee

    [To receive free weekly sermons by email, please contact jonrmcleod@yahoo.com] THE TARGET AUDIENCE To some who were confident of their own righteousness and looked down on everybody else, Jesus told this parable (v. 9). This parable was directed at SELF-RIGHTEOUS people. THE ...read more

  • The Intimate Savior

    Contributed by John Knight on Apr 14, 2003
    based on 94 ratings
     | 2,403 views

    Christ comes as the intimate savior willing to ’get His hands dirty’ for the sake of saving a lost, hurting, and dying world.

    The Intimate Savior Mark 1:40-45 Introduction: illustration of uncleanness (Trying to get Shelley dirty after working) I. Leper What it means to be a leper diseased -any number of skin diseases -affects skin, but goes deeper; exposing raw flesh feared-fear of ...read more