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  • Casual Attitude Or Committed Action?

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Mar 27, 2002
    based on 394 ratings
     | 25,660 views

    Most people respond to Christ in one of two ways: casual attitude or committed action.

    CASUAL ATTITUDE OR COMMITTED ACTION? Mark 11:1-11 INTRO.- ILL.- A preacher was riding on a plane filled with people and cigarette smoke. (Of course, this had to be some time ago since we know that smoking is now banned on airplanes.) The preacher knew he would have to take a bath, and send ...read more

  • A Response Of Saving Faith-2 Series

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Aug 7, 2012
     | 806 views

    2 of ? The Hebrews writer recounted the very practical responses which faith had wrought in their forebears/ancestors. Saving faith yields practical responses to life. Saving faith meets life’s challenge with...

    A RESPONSE Of SAVING FAITH-II—Hebrews 11:3-40 Attention: Faith’s response to life’s challenges. Dan Cathy—CEO of Chick-Fil-A—made the following statements to the SBC’s Baptist Press on July 16, 2012: "We are very much supportive of the family -- the biblical definition of the family unit. ...read more

  • He's Coming Back Series

    Contributed by Connail Johnson on Oct 23, 2012
     | 4,529 views

    Some of the most exciting periods of our lives are the times of anticipation. The times when we can't think of anything but what we are expecting to occur. When we are living with an attitude of expectancy our steps begin to quicken & our eyes brighten as

    UPON THIS ROCK “HE’S COMING BACK!! Text: Acts 1:10-11 Introduction: An Attitude of Expectancy Some of the most exciting periods of our lives are the times of anticipation. The times when we can't think of anything but what we are expecting to occur. I can remember many times like ...read more