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  • Breaking Barriers And Building Bridges

    Contributed by Steven Dow on Feb 11, 2005
    based on 151 ratings

    Jesus shattered the stereotypes of "us" and "them."

    BREAKING BARRIERS AND BUILDING BRIDGES Theme: Jesus Shatters the Stereotypes of “Us” and “Them” February 13, 2005 Introduction: In 1962, George Wallace ran for governor of Alabama on a platform that was blatantly racist. He promised to fight integration to the point of defying federal more

  • The Answer Is... Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Jun 7, 2002
    based on 94 ratings

    Jesus shatters the stereotypes of ’us’ and ’them.’

  • Spot The Difference

    Contributed by Michael Buckingham on Jul 18, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    Wanna play a game? how about spot the difference? Which one is the Christian?

    The title of my sermon today is taken from the visual puzzle where you are given 2 pictures very similar, but there are a few subtle differences in the pictures. Doubtless you have all at one time in your live done one of these puzzle, probably as a child, and today we are going to do something more

  • A New Definition Of Vision

    Contributed by Ed Warfield on Feb 29, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    God is slowly dismantling "stereotype" churches and establishing "prototype" churches

  • Thinking Clearly About Our African Spritual Heritage

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 4, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon was preached on Black History Sunday and it highlights people of color in the bible and challenges the stereotypes we have of Africans as people and of African history.

    Thinking Clearly About Our African Spiritual Heritage 2/27/2005 As we go through our sermon series on thinking clearly, one of the ones that got left out was thinking clearly about our African Spiritual Heritage. We’ve decided to put this one in. Why do we need to think clearly more

  • Parents With Passion Series

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Aug 27, 2010

    Part 2 of Breaking Free looks at breaking the stereotype that says the church is to be the primary teacher of spiritual truth to kids rather than the parent.

    Breaking Free Part 2: Parents with Passion Pastor Ryan Akers Starting part 2 of our Breaking Free Series. This is a series about breaking free of the misconceptions that are out there about the church, what it is, what it’s about and what our role as Christians are within it. Last week more

  • We Are All Brothers And Sisters

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 30, 2018

    we are all children of the one Creator, regardless of faith traditions

    All human beings are 99% alike. If we looked at the book of our life, every page would be the same except for two: those on eye and skin color. Science have shown us repeatedly that we are all alike except for 1% - whether we were born in Canada, China or the U.S.; what is our eye and hair more

  • The Ship Of Dreams: Titanic Series

    Contributed by J John on Dec 20, 2007
    based on 23 ratings

    Although, stereotypically, we think that young women are looking for romance from films, while men crave for adventure, in fact all of us, if we are honest, long for both.

  • Living With Your Doubts

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 31, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Thomas has been given a fairly difficult stereotype through the centuries because he is often referred to as doubting Thomas, but I don't believe that the title truly fits this man. So let's take a few moments to clear the air and see what we really know

    May 21, 2006 Living With Your Doubts John 20:24-20:29 (GNB) In a Peanuts comic strip, Charlie Brown is talking with Lucy as they walk home on the last day of school. Charlie Brown says to Lucy: "Lucy, I got straight A's; isn't that great!" Lucy in her typical fashion shoots down poor more

  • Do You Have Salt?

    Contributed by John Gaston on May 27, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    The world poses a threat; anti-Christian elements don't understand us; the media often stereotypes us as ignorant or hypocritical. Our response? To withdrawal into our Christian subculture. Jesus said that's NOT the way. We're to be Salt!

    DO YOU HAVE SALT? Matt. 5:13 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: GRANDMA’S NICK-NAME 1. We all leave a legacy behind us – a reputation. One girl identified her grandmother's reputation. 2. While eating dessert, nine year old Karen claimed, "Grandma makes the best apple pie in the whole more

  • Jesus Rules!

    Contributed by Bob Coulter on Sep 5, 2011

    Jesus wants to rule your life!

    Our text teaches us several important lessons. First, we learn about MOST IMPORTANT THINGS through the Holy Bible. If you were to have read the Bethlehem Daily News on that day, you probably would have read articles about political news, financial news, weather news, even sports news. But you more

  • Moral Issues: Racism Series

    Contributed by Rob Harbison on May 10, 2001
    based on 289 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

  • Man Up

    Contributed by Ron Geisler on Aug 4, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    Message to encourage and motivate men to deeper discipleship.

    Many of us men grow up without any idea of who we are or how we’re supposed to be in life. Quite a few of us didn’t have the best role models of men/fathers. For so many of us men, even though we have faith values, we’re often less outspoken or passionate about faith than women more

  • 3 Lent A

    Contributed by Roger Haugen on Mar 1, 2002
    based on 65 ratings

    Jesus meets an outcast with love and acceptance.

    3 Lent A John 4:5-42 3 March 2002 Rev. Roger Haugen For me to preach on today Gospel lesson is difficult, if not altogether wrong. This is a woman’s text. As a man I cannot possibly understand her feelings as an outcast. If anything, I represent most of which puts her on the outside, all more

  • Is God Prejudiced?

    Contributed by Anthony Smith on Jul 20, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    When we speak of God, we speak of Pure Spirit and not flesh. The definitions of prejudice is only accountable to man and His disbelief in truth and righteousness.

    Is God Prejudiced? The first thing I would like to do is give mans meaning of prejudiced. 1. Opinion formed beforehand: a performed opinion, usually an unfavorable one, based on more