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  • "you Can Forgive The Past"

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Jun 25, 2020

    Only as we live under the banner of Jesus can racial prejudice disappear. I have copied notes about Rev. Martin Luther King Senior from a sermon by Ray Pritchard. (June 2020) I have included "Steps for Forgiveness" from "Seventy Times Seven" by Robert Hoyer

    In Jesus Holy Name June 28, 2020 Text: Colossians 3:12-14 Pentecost IV - Redeemer “You Can Forgive The Past” The Declaration of Independence declares that all men are created equal. It was and remains the American dream. We all know it has been applied inconsistently, but more

  • Ethics In The Church Today

    Contributed by Jeff Van Wyk on Jan 20, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    The goal of ethics is to develop a body of moral standards on which the church can draw so that it can successfully respond to the many moral challenges it faces in all societies. Moral character development should be seen as primary importance both fo

    Ethics In The Church Today Ephesians 1:22-23 - And He put all things under His feet and gave Him to be head over all things to the church, which is His body, the fullness of Him who fills all in all. 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 - Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old more

  • Jonah Series

    Contributed by John Walls on Oct 21, 2001
    based on 41 ratings

    The link between Jonah and Israel

    JONAH Jonah 1:17 Introduction: Of the Books of the Bible that the critics like to criticize, this is one of their favorites. One such critic asked a Bible believer if he really believed this part of the Bible too. The man answered “why, of course!” “Do you understand all that went on in the more

  • Looking America In The Face Series

    Contributed by Preacher Fo Real on Aug 10, 2001
    based on 51 ratings

    This sermon is a personal opinion on racism. Author in 2000, redone in 2008

    Looking America in the face Because I was born on July 9, 1964 on Lakeland Farms in rural Perry County, the early years of my life were filled with the evidence of the racial prejudices and the demeaning injustices that we faced as African Americans. For the first sixteen of my life, I was more

  • Responding To The Cross Series

    Contributed by Tony Mccreery on Sep 8, 2007

    The 9th in a series going through all Christ endured leading up to the Cross. The series ends Easter Sunday with the Glorious Resurrection

    Jesus endured horrible things for you and I. Last week we talked about the fact that Jesus was forced to carry His cross. He had been beaten and humiliated to the point that He could hardly move, but yet was forced to carry the cross. The suffering and humiliation did not stop there. The more

  • The Controversial Truth Is Looking America In The Face Series

    Contributed by Preacher Fo Real on Jun 25, 2015


    My fellow Americans and those that chose to call themselves Americans, I was born on July 9, 1964 on Lakeland Farms in rural Perry Count and the evidence of the racial prejudices and the demeaning injustices we faced as African Americans filled the early years of my life. For the first sixteen more

  • Powerful Thoughts From The Journey Of Jonah

    Contributed by Peter Pilt on Apr 17, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Five Powerful truths that we can learn from the experience of Jonah.

    400 kilometers west of Baghdad lies Mosul, but you’ve probably heard it by another name: Nineveh. The town, once home to the foremost research universities in the Middle East, today lies in ruins by it’s most recent caretakers, ISIL, who devastated the city during their reign of terror and who also more

  • Two Prejudices

    Contributed by Ian Mcalister on Aug 31, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    People are Important to God

    Two Prejudices – Luke 14.1-14 Prejudice of any kind is hard to deal with, let alone live with so, seen from that perspective, the story of the Great Banquet might prove something of a challenge for some. To be sure, there’s nothing in it to indicate racial prejudice but more

  • Liberty To Remember

    Contributed by Pastor Dempsey Daniels on May 14, 2003
    based on 7 ratings

    Liberty To Remember

    380 years have passed since Africans came on slave-ships to America and her plantations. 140 years have passed since Abraham Lincoln passed his Emancipation Proclamation making Negro slaves African Americans thus citizens of the United States. 49 years has passed since Rosa Parks’s refusal to more

  • Moral Issues: Racism Series

    Contributed by Rob Harbison on May 10, 2001
    based on 290 ratings

    God is color blind. Are you?

    INTRO: Prejudice. Discrimination. Segregation. Racism. Our society cries out against such offenses—as well it should! Prejudice judges a man’s character by his outward appearance. Discrimination deprives a person of the right to have. Segregation deprives a person of the right to belong. more

  • Free From Favoritism Series

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Jan 14, 2006
    based on 13 ratings

    2nd in a 5 part series from the book of James on making practical application to real problems.

    RELIGION THAT REALLY WORKS - Week 2 FREE OF FAVORITISM JAMES 2:1-13 INTRODUCTION: Video Clip: Shrek 2 - Start: Ch.4-0:12:34 End:0:14:58 = 2:24 What is it that causes prejudice? Why do people show favoritism - treating some better than others? Maybe it’s fear. When others seem strange to more

  • God Had A Plan--Pentecost

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jun 1, 2001
    based on 89 ratings

    This is a Pentecost sermon which deals with God having a plan even when He gives us a task to do without telling us what to do.

    God Had A Plan GNLCC Pentecost 6/3/2001 Joel 2:28-32 Acts 1:1-11 Acts 2 In a football game, if you are down by two touchdowns at half-time and nothing you have tried seems to be working, when you go into the locker room what do you think is on the players minds as they look at the coach? more

  • Visitor From A Strange Planet Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 5, 2002
    based on 96 ratings

    Why was Samson the only Nazirite to be born with superhuman strength. The answer may surprise you.

    OPEN: (We played the opening to the original Superman series, as well as displaying a picture of George Reeves - which stayed on the overhead thru the first illustration) "Faster than a locomotive. More powerful than a speeding bullet. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Look! Up in more

  • The Heavenly And The Earthly.

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Aug 3, 2001
    based on 33 ratings

    Year C NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENECOST (PROPER 13) AUGUST 5, 2001 Colossians 3: 1-11 Title: “The Heavenly and the earthly.”

    Year C NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENECOST (PROPER 13) AUGUST 5, 2001 Colossians 3: 1-11 Title: “The Heavenly and the earthly.” The first two chapters of this letter focused on the person of Christ. It is Paul’s belief that if we get Christ right we get everything else right. The second half of the more

  • A Woman, A Well, And A Water-Pot Series

    Contributed by Seth Lawson on Feb 2, 2018

    As we examine this event is Jesus' life and ministry [John 4:1-42] we will learn that he comes to break down social barriers (cultural, racial, traditional) and to turn our focus from the temporary to the eternal.

    We’re in the middle of our Summer Series entitled: “LIVE-LIKE-THAT” and through this series of messages we’re challenging each of us to begin living as Jesus lived and loving as Jesus loved. Jesus demonstrated the importance of loving God with all of His being and here at Gateway that’s our more