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  • Let's Drop The ‘us Vs. Them’

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 30, 2018

    negative political rhetoric only causes dissention and devisiveness

    Although we still have four months until the presidential politicking ‘officially’ gets started with the New Hampshire primary, we are already seeing a growing disparity of opinion and a predominance of the ‘us vs. them’ mentality. It often appears that those candidates and supporters who more

  • Election 2016

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 30, 2018

    how Christians should make decisions before they vote

    We are just weeks away from the presidential election, and I know there are many out there who agree with me that I wish it was over. But it is not, and the rhetoric is only going to get worse until election day. For many reasons, this is one of the most important elections in this century. The more

  • A Kingdom Focus Of Politics As Usual

    Contributed by Michael Stover on Oct 5, 2004
    based on 17 ratings

    Jesus models for us a Kingdom Focus when confronted with political issues.

    A KINGDOM FOCUS OR ‘POLITICS AS USUAL’? Matthew 22:15-22 •This is the question every believer must ask during election time. Will I maintain a Kingdom focus, or will I revert to ‘politics as usual’? Will I allow myself to be salt and light through the political processes, or will I focus on more

  • Between Two Kingdoms

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 2, 2017

    Christians live within the tension of being in a fallen, broken world, while trying not to be influenced by it.

    “He has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the Kingdom of His beloved Son” (Colossians 1:13). As Christians, living between two kingdoms is what we do every single day, regardless of where we are. We face the challenge of living as Christ’s followers in an unholy, more

  • A Transnational Trend

    Contributed by Anthony Smith on Jul 19, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    Preparing for the Last Day. A look at Revelations 19:11-21. A lesson in Prophecy.

    A Transnational Trend, Preparing for the Last Day. A look at Revelations 19:11-21. Is the day of the Lord a Myth or real, if you say, it’s real, why haven’t you heeded to the prophecies and prepare for the final conflict? Many are ignoring the obvious signs more

  • Overcoming A Positive Self Image

    Contributed by Tim Bond on Sep 14, 2002
    based on 64 ratings

    Sometimes the challenge human beings face is overcoming their own pride.

    Read Text: Luke 18:9-14 It has been one of the watch words of the past 10+ years. All sorts of societal ills have been blamed on the tendency of people to consider themselves more soberly than they ought. We’ve heard the catch-phrases, low self-esteem, a poor self-image. I have heard statistics more

  • Manassah Baptist Church

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Mar 9, 2001
    based on 57 ratings

    An exhortation to faithfulness.

    Manasseh Baptist Church Knowing how people are, I know someone is excited thinking that I am about to spread some gossip or inform them that they may pray intelligently about some church I just left or ministered in recently. Break out the crying towels because that is not the case. I have more

  • Fresh Perspective, Fresh Outlook Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Feb 18, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Much of our anxiety and stress grows out of our attempts to live according to worldly standards. We will find peace when we are grounded in our God-given identity, Christ's new creation.

    There was a New York Times article making the rounds on social media this week called “Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me.” This article was written by Kate Bowler, who is a historian of the American Prosperity Gospel, and the author of the recent book, Blessed. To oversimplify it a more

  • Preach The Word! Series

    Contributed by Ray Pritchard on Sep 5, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    This is no time for fear, no time for cowardice, and no time to quit. Instead, it’s a time to take a deep breath and march forward into battle.

    Preach the Word! II Timothy 4:1-5 I’d like to begin by calling your attention to verses 3-4 of this passage. They describe a scene that seems amazingly contemporary: “For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around more

  • When Conflict Contends With Relationship Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Jun 11, 2009

    How to work towards forgiveness and reconciliation among Christians in community

    Beginning a new series today… “You Asked For it”… Desire is to let God speak to some of the needs that you help identify… either because topics that you find challenging… or needs that you are facing. Explain: Some of the top most noted themes are being developed into series that will follow the more

  • The Unity Of One Gospel Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Sep 22, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    The Gospel unifies people of all nations, races, ethnicity, culture, education and economic status. The Gospel is over culture, therefore it can be adapted to culture.

    Is Christianity for everyone? Is it available to everyone? How much does a person need to be removed from their culture to become a Christian? This issue about the Gospel and culture is not new. Christians have struggled with the Gospel and the effects of culture since the very beginning. Today more

  • Vote Biblically

    Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Apr 27, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    VOTE BIBLICALLY How should a Christian Vote? Should we just vote the party line or does God hold us to a different standard than the Democrats and Rebulicans? Let’s learn to let God direct us at the ballot box.

    VOTE BIBLICALLY How should a Christian Vote? Philippians 3:20—Ephesians 2:19 As a Christian we have a dual citizenship. I believe all of us here today are US citizens (some who live in the US still retain citizenship of their home nation such as Canada, Mexico or other nations). However, more