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  • A Shared Faith

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on May 14, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    A look at the faith shared with Timothy and Eunice

    It wasn’t easy. She loved her husband but it was so difficult to share a life with someone who didn’t share your faith. You would think it would only be an issue on Sundays but it was an issue every day of the week. And children only complicated the matter; her priorities for the kids were more

  • Sharing Faith On Facebook Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jul 22, 2012
    based on 128 ratings

    You can tell what’s important to someone by reading their Facebook. But what’s important to you? What would be the most important thing you’d post on your Facebook? Would it be Jesus? If so, how can you do that effectively?

    OPEN: On the way home from church a little girl who said, “Mom, I’ve been thinking.” The mother said, “Oh! About what?” The girl replied, “Well, my teacher this morning said God is bigger than we are. Is that true?” “Yes, that’s true,” the mother replied. “He also said that God lives within us. more

  • Does Anyone Know You Are A Christian

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Jun 8, 2002
    based on 48 ratings

    A sermon for the 6th Sunday of Easter Sharing faith

    Sixth Sunday of Easter John 14:15-21 Does Anyone Know You Are A Christian? 15* ¶ "If you love me, you will keep my commandments. 16* And I will pray the Father, and he will give you another Counselor, to be with you for ever, 17* even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, more

  • Making A Difference

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Oct 4, 2002
    based on 71 ratings

    Simple keys to sharing faith in Christ with others

    Making a Difference Becoming a Hospital pt. 2 September 28/29, 2002 Intro: We’ve been spending the last few weeks talking about the importance of sharing our faith in Christ, and making a difference in our world for eternity. Today I want to talk a little more about that, and giving us each more

  • Get The Word Out

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Sep 4, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    It's not just those with the gift of evangelism that should be spreading the gospel. We are all called to share our faith.

    "GET THE WORD OUT" One of the spiritual gifts I talked about in the series was evangelism. I mentioned at various times in the series that there are certain gifts we should all be doing; but someone with the gift has a greater power to do this than the average Christian. Evangelism is one of those more

  • Reaching Out Together Series

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Feb 12, 2009

    Adapted sermon of Rick Warren for the 40 Days of Community on the need to reach out and share faith together.

    We are in the second week of our 40 Days of Community and during the remainder of our 40 days, we are doing two things: deepening the sense of community within our church family, and reaching out to the community around our church family. We’re learning to build stronger relationships in our more

  • Come And See

    Contributed by Anne Benefield on Jan 24, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    It’s risky, but sharing faith with friends and families is the most important and effective way to bring people to Christ.

    Introduction: Last week we studied Matthew’s account of the beginning of Jesus’ formal ministry when he was baptized by John the Baptist. Today we turn to the account of John the Gospel writer. The story begins with John the Baptist witnessing to Jesus as the “Lamb of God.” Two of John’s more

  • The Preparation Of Prayer Series

    Contributed by Brian Matherlee on Nov 29, 2007

    Part 2 of a 6 week series on sharing faith. This is the power of our evangelistic effort-prayer.

    OUT OF THE SALTSHAKER AND INTO THE WORLD Part Two—The Preparation of Prayer Mark 4:3-8, 13-20, 26-29 Sunday, July 29, 2007 Pastor Brian Matherlee In preparation for a meeting in a large city, famed evangelist Billy Sunday wrote a letter to the mayor and asked for the name of individuals he more

  • A Recipe For A Life Well-Lived

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jan 6, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Goodness is a quality that opens us up to all kinds of opportunities to share faith. Christian goodness is the access point for a skeptical world to the goodness of God.

    A Recipe for a Life Well Lived 2 Peter 1:5-8 A funny thing happens at funerals. Nearly always, good things are said about the deceased. People who are doing the remembering seem either to only be able to remember the good things about the person, or they feel it is only proper to talk about more

  • The Great Commission: Populating Heaven

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Apr 21, 2013
    based on 2 ratings

    The Great Commission invites us, amazingly, into the joy of sharing faith and, by God's power and grace, having a real impact on the future population of heaven. Weird but true.

    Let me ask a couple questions about our home planet and its population to begin today. How many nations/countries are in the world? Anyone want to guess? Ballpark? 196 [ (not incl. Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Greenland, Palestine, Western Sahara, and even the components of the United Kingdom (such as more

  • What .. Is.. That.. Series

    Contributed by Johnny Boatfield on Feb 22, 2017

    Short Message on Accessing the word of God for my Middle School Class

    Tell me some of your favorite restaurants..Not like fast food though, most everyone here likes McDonalds and Taco Bell….Tell me about the restaurants that you love going to. What kind of food do they serve? is it a different nationality? OK, now has anyone ever been adventurous enough go to a more

  • What Is Church? The Meeting Series

    Contributed by Daren Mitchell on Nov 29, 2012

    We are a people group whose essential business is to love others as Jesus loved us and who routinely come together to share faith, enjoy testimony and most importantly pray with confidence, boldness and power. We are the people group of Jesus Christ and

    Two weeks ago we introduced the question, “What is church?” and we started with the first part of the answer, which is, “the church is a people group.” Last week we continued to ask the same question, “What is church?” and we added to the answer, more

  • Faith In Action Series

    Contributed by Doug Johnston on Aug 23, 2001
    based on 36 ratings

    Hanna continued to demonstrate her heart’s devotion to God by putting her faith in God’s help and care into action by delivering her son, Samuel, to the tabernacle to live and serve.

    We must keep faith alive with action. I Sharing Faith (1:19-23) A. Shared faith with family first (Num 30) B. Sharing bound them closer by watching for fulfillment C. Sharing faith found brought growth: 1 Worship 2 Reminded to obey II Sacrificing in Faith (1:24-28) A. Kept more

  • Why I Share My Faith And How I Do It

    Contributed by Daren Mitchell on Jul 16, 2013

    I praise God for His faithfulness in using us for His glorious Kingdom purpose as we genuinely love the world around us and share the story of Jesus.

    On the evening of April 15, 1912, a most horrible and tragic accident took the lives of over 1,500 people. What is more horrifying is the fact that there were 16 lifeboats and four rafts with enough space to accommodate over 1,700. There were almost a 1,000 more people on board the Titanic than more

  • An Amazing Confession Of Faith

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Aug 17, 2010

    This is a very controversial passage, and is the basis for a debate that has raged between Catholics and Protestants for many years. Let's see what Jesus was talking about when He referred to the person and the event as "the rock."

    Passage: Matthew 16:13-21 Intro: We are looking at a passage today that has sparked huge controversy among believers. 1. and in fact, it is the interpretation of this passage that essentially separates Catholics from Protestants. 2. (by the way, protestant means “for the more