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  • Are You The Samaritan?

    Contributed by David Trexler on Mar 3, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Not much has changed in the course of human history

    Sermon for John 4:5-42 Third Sunday in Lent February 24th 2008 Wow! What a text uh? I could probably put together 6-8 sermons each lasting about 45 minutes. What do you think of that? Well seeing that I only have about 20 minutes, I want us to look at a couple aspects of today’s gospel more

  • Why Should The Work Stop? Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 18, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    For Lent and for Black History Month: Those who are threatened by progress will always ask us not to go too far. But this church must not stop reaching all people, serving all needs, touching all children and youth.

    In the fall of 1955 I sat in the auditorium of the Speed Scientific School at the University of Louisville, one of about 300 newly admitted engineering students. The dean welcomed us, and yet also warned us. He instructed us, “Look at the person on your right. Now look at the person on your more

  • You Were Formed To Be Part Of God's Family Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 25, 2003
    based on 22 ratings

    Diversity divides the human family, but understanding unites us. However, finally the fragmented family can be fixed only by faith. Part of a series to support the study of Warren’s The Purpose-Driven Life.

    A few years ago I began to pay attention to the tradition of family reunions in African-American families. I think it may have been when I learned that the Faulkners were driving to Massachusetts to meet other Faulkners. Or maybe it was when I found out that the Hairstons rent an entire hotel and more

  • God's Plan For Peace Series

    Contributed by Ken Ritz on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    A message on bringing racial harmony, based on Ephesians chapter 2.

    God’s Plan for Peace Ephesians – Our Riches in Christ Ephesians 2:11-3:1 Turn your bibles to Eph. chapter 2. Eph 2:11-22 NLT 11 Don’t forget that you Gentiles used to be outsiders by birth. You were called "the uncircumcised ones" by the Jews, who were proud of their circumcision, even more

  • The Royal Law Of Love Series

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Feb 12, 2001
    based on 112 ratings

    How to overcome prejudice and favoritism with love.

    The Royal Law of Love (Christian Survivor Series; Living Godly in a Godless World) Having a Christlike attitude is possible if we choose to live under the royal law of love James 2.1-13 February 11, 2000 1My brethren, have not the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with more

  • Racism In Theological Disguise

    Contributed by Paul Barreca on Nov 13, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    We will discover the truth concerning the curse on Canaan and examine our own hearts regarding race relations.

    There is no shortage of controversial issues raised in the opening chapters of Genesis. We have already discovered the God’s Word has much to say about the subject of Creation, the family, the role of husband and wife, homosexuality, capital punishment, and role of government. Today, we come to a more

  • Sanctity Of Life Sunday Exodus 1__1-22

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Aug 4, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    There is a connection between Racial Harmony and Interracial Marriage and Abortion and our understanding of Christ. Jesus delivers the babies, the mothers, the abortion providers, the irresponsible boyfriends. He loves and saves every sinner who trusts

    Sanctity of Life Sunday Exodus 1__1-22 There is a connection between Racial Harmony and Interracial Marriage and Abortion and our understanding of Christ. When interracial marriage is rejected, it is often because the reproductive effect of it is offensive to the dominant race. That is, more

  • Christian Hospitality

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Jan 19, 2005
    based on 23 ratings

    The most important thing you can do in serving the Lord is not serving the Lord. Living for Jesus is more about “being” than “doing.”

    Christian Hospitality Luke 10:38-42 James 2:1-4 The most important thing you can do in serving the Lord is not serving the Lord. Living for Jesus is more about “being” than “doing.” When I was a student at Central College I had a classmate who was an outstanding student. After he more

  • The Salvation Of The Gentiles, Pt. 2--The Soulwinning Servant Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Sep 26, 2004
    based on 37 ratings

    God used the SCALPEL OF SIMON [the tanner] and the FORCEPS OF FOOD to remove prejudice from Peter in this radical spiritual surgery! Powerpoint at website.

    The Salvation of the Gentiles, pt. 2—“The Soul-Winning Servant” Acts 10:1-16 Prejudice back then wasn’t white against black, but Jew against any non-Jew! A searching Gentile soldier. [Cornelius] A soul-winning gospel servant. [Peter] A surprising Gentile salvation. Cornelius is a more

  • Who's The Boss

    Contributed by Michael Hollinger on Oct 4, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    We all judge, the question is, do we judge using God’s criteria? (Learning God’s discernment)

    SERMON NOTES: “WHO’S THE BOSS?” Objections to judgment: 1. What about the Woman at the Well? 2. Who gave me the right? 3. ἀνακρίνω (discernment) vs. κρίνω (final legal) Criteria for right judgment: 1. Right T_ime________: more

  • Made To Make A Difference (Acts 6) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Mar 15, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    This expository sermon series is adapted from Max Lucado's book, Out Live Your Life, and credit for most the series belong to him. Outlines are original. In Acts 6, the early church identifies Their Problem, Their Project, and Their Priorities. Custom Pow

    Made to Make a Difference: Acts 6 Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 7/24/2011 This series is inspired by and portions adapted from Max Lucado’s Out Live Your Life. Nearly two millennia ago on the opposite side of the planet, 120 ordinary men and women—tax more

  • Extra Ordinary Jesus - Resurrection Series

    Contributed by Nicky Evans on Oct 26, 2011

    Part 10 of a series looking at the Extra Ordinary Man Jesus

    Today we come to the most important subject in the whole of Christianity- the Resurrection of Jesus! For sure, everything else we have looked at over the course of this study, from His Origin in heaven from before time began, to His humility at His Birth, the perfectness of His Life and His more

  • Go Tell It On The Mountain

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 11, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Celebrates the literary insights of James Baldwin, who had died shortly before; the privilege of redemptive suffering on the part of a person or a people participates in the suffering of Christ and of His victory. Includes readings from Baldwin’s writing

    Nothing is more full of mystery than this – that the suffering of .a few who are oppressed and injured acts to redeem the many, including the oppressors. And yet nothing is more true than this – that from time to time a person, a people, a race receives the awesome privilege of suffering in such more

  • Go And Do

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jul 11, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Rather than identify with the Samaritan, this sermon encourages individuals to identify with the Jew in the ditch.

    Go And Do – Luke 10: 25 - 37 Intro: I’ve heard and preached many sermons on this parable. Most contrast the actions of the 3 travelers and hold up the behavior of the Samaritan as that which is to be emulated. But I want to talk about something else. I want us to look at this more

  • Where Is The God Of Justice?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 25, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    For Martin Luther King Day 1988: It is irresponsible to continue to whine about God's absence in the face of injustice. He is refining His church to address justice, and will bless us when we give ourselves without reserve to His purposes.

    Some twenty-four centuries ago, when the prophet Malachi's ears were assaulted by an impertinent question, he heard it as a confession of irresponsibility. When the men and women of Judah shouted at this prophet, who had accused them of wearying God, who had charged that their blabbering talk was more