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  • How Much Would You Pay Jesus For The Work He Has Done? Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ernst Duclairon on Apr 9, 2015

    The sermon How Much Would You Pay Jesus For The Work He Has Done? was preached at Pioneer Square in Downtown Portland on Easter Sunday. Addressing the worth of Jesus to us in every generation. Can money buy off the Son of God? or is he worth our lives?

    Below is simply an outline of this message: DUCLAIRON'S 2015 EASTER MESSAGE - SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 2015 HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY JESUS FOR THE WORK HE HAS DONE? I. ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND PREACHER II. REVIEW - Jan. 27 - Feb. 11 Jail/release, trip to San Diego, Preached on more

  • The Way Of Jesus

    Contributed by Tim Hedberg on Jul 19, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Don’t let the past be the focus of your future.

    The Way of Jesus Luke 9:51-62 June 24, 2007 On Thursday, Deb and I left Luke, Ben and Emma with my parents at the Oregon coast and took off to attend a portion of our denomination’s Annual Meeting in Portland. After the meeting was over, Deb and I got back in the car to head back to our more

  • Why The Miracles?

    Contributed by Rich Cook on Jun 21, 2005
    based on 21 ratings

    A sermon based on the book, "Surprising Insights from the Unchurched" by Thom Rainer. Jesus’ miracles drew a crowd. Why isn’t the church drawing a crowd?

    Why the miracles? Purpose: Jesus cared for people enough to do something about it. People saw his love in his actions and responded to him personally. 1. Why did Jesus perform miracles? Why did he heal the lame, the blind, the diseased? It was just a few here and there. He couldn’t have more

  • Love In The Midst Of War

    Contributed by Cameron Horsburgh on Nov 5, 2001
    based on 41 ratings

    Jesus calls us to love our enemies. We need to do this this now more than at any other time in our history. (Written as a response to 11/9, but quite relevant today)

    Text: Mt 5:43-48 The last few weeks have been some of the most memorable of our lives. Memorable for all the wrong reasons, but memorable nonetheless. Who will ever forget those terrible pictures of airliners crashing into the towers of the World Trade Center? How many will forget the weight more

  • The Cure For A Troubled Heart

    Contributed by Greg Johnson on Jul 13, 2006
    based on 20 ratings

    A look at what the Bible says about guarding our heart from the stress of our journey and specifically look at something Jesus tells us concerning this.

    The Cure for a Troubled Heart by Greg Johnson According to an article published by WebMD Medical News on May 25, 2006 titled "Top 10 Causes of Death Worldwide" the top two causes of death is heart disease and stroke more

  • Radical Hospitality

    Contributed by Mari Larson on Feb 19, 2017

    Launching from Jesus' call to love our enemies and be perfect, this sermon speaks of love and welcoming.

    In 1979, Tim Hansel published a book entitled "When I Relax I feel Guilty". Included in the book is this raw and provocative tidbit. "I would like to buy three dollars’ worth of God, please. Not enough to explode my soul or disturb my sleep, but just enough to equal a cup of warm milk or a more

  • Invite Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Nov 14, 2017

    So many wonderful things happen when we invite Jesus into the routines of our lives:

    Invite Luke 5:1-11 Wonderful things happen when we invite Jesus into the routines of our lives: 1. Jesus uses our routines for His higher purposes 2. We get a fresh glimpse of who He is Confronted with the wonder of God, we more clearly see our own frail and flawed more

  • Prayer For Those Who Govern Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Jul 6, 2013

    Reviewing the response of believers when they no longer represent the majority views in society.

    “First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This is good, and it is pleasing in the sight of God more

  • The Death Of Fear Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 5, 2015
    based on 11 ratings

    When I was 5 my grandfather died. As I stood by the graveside at the cemetery, my mother said I looked down into the grave and then turned to her and asked "How's Grandpa ever going to get out of there?"

    OPEN: I’d like us to start out with a couple of powerful Resurrection Songs from the past. Join me as we sing: “I know, I know, that Jesus liveth, and on earth and again shall stand I know, I know that life He giveth, that grace and power are in His hand.” “I serve a more

  • Winning The Prize Series

    Contributed by Greg Johnson on Nov 11, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    In running marathons I am trying to convey the message of Christ in a very unconventional way. 1) Life is like a marathon. 2) Keep your eyes fixed on Jesus. 3) There is prize to win. 4) We are to help others along the way.

    This message is an edited version of a sermon given at Loving God Fellowship. Copyright © 2007 Loving God Fellowship, Inc. . You are encouraged to share this message with those you know that are hungry for God’s Word. Winning the Prize Philippians more

  • Money: Servant Or Master? Series

    Contributed by Rich Cook on Jun 28, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    Second sermon in a series on stewardship. What is it that owns you? You might not say many, but does your life show otherwise?

    Stewardship II - Money: Servant of Master? 1. Sometimes a good test of love is finding out what you’d be willing to give up to possess it. 2. The entire NHL season is in jeopardy and today is the deadline. (Do a brief history of the hockey labor dispute leading to the cancellation of the 04-05 more

  • Just One Little Problem

    Contributed by Matthew Morine on May 15, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Hezekiah is a great king, with great talents and abilities, but he has one weakness--pride. Pride is not totally bad, is it? Look at Hezekiah, he was successful. So what is the danger in pride?

    JUST ONE LITTLE PROBLEM TEXT: 2 KINGS 18-20 THEME: THE RISE AND FALL OF PRIDE IN LIFE. Mike Duncan was the coach of Corey Brewer of Portland, TN. You might know Corey Brewer. He won two national championships with the Florida Gators in the last two years. It is predicted that Corey more

  • Storms Come To Make You Strong

    Contributed by Gregory Thomas on Mar 9, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Shows how Jonah gains great wisdom through great adversity.

    Full Harvest Fellowship Ministries Daily Devotional Storms Are To Make You Strong March 9, 2009 Jonah 1:1-13 The LORD SENT out a great wind on the sea, and there was a mighty tempest on the sea, so that the ship was about to be broken up. Now that many of us have entered into a more

  • How To Share Christ

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Nov 14, 2003
    based on 3 ratings

    Part of our witness to whom Jesus is in our lives comes from the way in which we share that which our Lord has given to us.

    First Kings offers us great insight into the way in which treaties worked in the Ancient Near East. Solomon and Hiram praise each other. They express their desire for one another’s goods and the initiate a way of producing and delivering the goods to their trade partner. At times verses like these more

  • The Power And The Shame Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jan 11, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Paul lays out the entire book of Romans in just two verses and gives his reason for excitement about the gospel, an attitude that can infect us as well.

    How ‘bout them Blazers! They beat Golden State 113-100 before a sellout crowd of over twenty thousand in the Rose Garden. The Portland Trailblazers are now 22-14 for the season, inching up on first place Denver in their division. Portland is a basketball town once again. The team is winning and more