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  • Time To Get Stoked

    Contributed by B H Grace on May 30, 2021

    You were on fire. What cooled you off?

  • Regaining Our Purpose Series

    Contributed by Boomer Phillips on May 5, 2021
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    If a church has lost its purpose, then that congregation will be deprived of direction and momentum. Understanding our purpose will enable us to stay on the right path, in order to remain faithful and fruitful in our kingdom efforts.

    I wish to begin by sharing a verse from the book of Proverbs. Proverbs 29:18 wisely cautions, “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (KJV). The American Standard Version says it like this: “Where there is no vision, the people cast off restraint.” Vision, or rather purpose, establishes more

  • The Priority Of Love Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 2, 2021

    The messages to the seven churches are vital to the survival of the church in any part of the world at any time in history. The lights of the church go out all through history and produce dark ages when Jesus is not heard and heeded.

    If someone asks you, "What is the modern name of the country where Paul was born?" Would you know? If someone asked you, "What is the modern name of the country where Christians were first called Christians?" Would you know? If someone asked you, "What is the modern more

  • The Church Of Ephesus Series

    Contributed by Vernon Risner on Mar 5, 2021

    Lessons from the church of Ephesus. Power Point, sermon notes, and video clips are available upon request.

    We’re just beginning our study of Revelation. AS the book opens is around the year 95 AD. John the last of the original 12 disciple alive is an old man has been pastoring the church at Ephesus. Also during this time Domitian is the emperor of the Roman Empire. He was the first Emperor of Rome more

  • The Heart Of A Shepherd Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Feb 6, 2021
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    Paul's farewell speech to the Ephesian elders reveals his conduct (of the past), his commitment (in the present) and his concern (for the future). We see the heart of a shepherd.

    Having been speaking to a laptop screen for the last 10 months, it feels good to be able to speak to you face-to-face again! • We give thanks to God for this day. Let us look into His Word, taken from Acts 20. Read Acts 20:13-38. LET US PRAY: Our heavenly Father, we have come again into your more

  • The Historical Fate Of The Seven Churches Of Revelation

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Jan 26, 2021
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    There are many good studies and observations about the seven churches from a spiritual perspective that can be applied to churches today. However, this study will not address them, but rather review the history of the churches and where they are today (2021).

    In the Book of Revelation, Jesus sent a message to seven churches that were located in the western part of Asia Minor, directly south of the Black Sea. The word "church" is translated from the Greek word "ekklesia" which means the people of God, the whole collective body of more

  • Ephesus: Come Back To Me Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Jan 10, 2021

    What were the things that you used to do when you first fell in love with Jesus? What are the things that you stopped doing since then? Remember … repent … and then start doing them again!

    The “revelation” of John … What does the Book of Revelation “reveal”? Is it a book that “reveals” what is going to happen in the future? Yes. But more importantly … much, much more importantly … it is a revelation about the One … with a capital “O” … who holds the future in His hands. The more

  • No Idols ... Just Give Me Jesus

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 3, 2020

    Recently our church was accused of idolatry because we have a cross in our sanctuary and one in front of the church. Are our crosses idols? Can they be idols? Hmmm.....

    No Idols ... Just Give Me Jesus Please stand with me as we go over our current memory Scripture: Psalm 1:1-2 “Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the Law of the LORD, and on His Law more

  • What Revelations Has To Say To The U.s. Church Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 14, 2020

    Do we have anything in common with the first-century church of Ephesus? Unfortunately, yes we do. Too much have we abandoned the love of Christ we had at first.

    Monday of 33rd Week in Course 2020 In this penultimate week of the Church year, the Church gives us snippets from the Book of Revelations, the last and in some ways most difficult book of the New Testament. You see today the style of the letters; the ones we have this week are written to churches more

  • The Seven Churches Unveiled. Pt.2

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Nov 11, 2020

    Revelation chapter 2, Under the caption in my Bible—Ephesus, The Loveless Church.

    The Seven Churches Unveiled. Revelation 1:1-3, 9-11NKJV The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants—things which must shortly take place. And He sent and signified it by His angel to His servant John, 2 who bore witness to the word of God, and to the testimony of more

  • The Need For Church Revival: Remember

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Oct 19, 2020

    The remedy for a dying church is not to give up and close their doors...

    Thom S. Rainer is the president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources. He writes on his website,, “There are certain metrics and issues physicians check when we go to the doctor. They want to check our blood pressure and temperature. They do blood tests to see if there are any more

  • A Fresh Encounter With God

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Oct 11, 2020
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    Today's message is about God's call to revival and our need as believers to have a new and fresh encounter with God, where we look at the vision of Isaiah, and Jesus's letter to the church in Ephesus. In our study we look at our need to return to our first love relationship and repent.

    A Fresh Encounter With God *** Watch: {Open your Bibles to Revelation 2, and we’ll be reading from verse one through verse seven.} Today’s I’d like to continue looking at this whole issue of Revival. Now, over the past several weeks we’ve been looking at God’s call more

  • Our Call To The Imperfect Church Series

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on Aug 13, 2020

    John was living like many of us today – isolated from family, alone in a dangerous world. He writes this book to 7 churches – his friends.

    The Last Word Revelation 2-3 – Our Call to the Imperfect Church August 23, 2020 The book of Revelation is wildly misunderstood. John was living like many of us today – isolated from family, alone in a dangerous world. He writes this book to 7 churches – his friends. The book of Revelation is a more

  • A Church Marked By Love

    Contributed by Ed Sasnett on Jun 27, 2020

    The first mark of a true and living church is its love for Jesus and the brethren.

    According to research done by sociologist W.F. Nimkoff and Arthur Wood, the intensity of romance in a marriage diminishes by 80% during the first two years. Two friends who lived in the West Virginia mountains were talking one day. “Horace,” the first one said, “why didn’t you ever get more

  • The Glorious Future Of The Church

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Jun 15, 2020
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    A personal word of Hope that would meet their need, suit their case and would be beneficial to every other church and to all Christians in general. Christ knows and observes their condition; though in heaven, yet he walks in the midst of his churches on earth. The Church has a glorious future!

    The Glorious Future of the Church Rev. 2:1-3:14 The Apostle John, now much encouraged by what he saw, continues a discussion on the future of the church. In the next two chapters of Revelation we are given an overview of the Church’s present condition and God’s future for His Church. The Church more