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  • In For The Long Haul

    Contributed by John Barr on Sep 11, 2002
    based on 120 ratings
     | 5,595 views

    We are encouraged to be persistent in living for God, this offers helps to not give up.

    In For the Long Haul Luke 18:1 “In June l955, Winston Churchill, who was then near the end of his life, was asked to give a commencement address at a British University. At this time he was physically infirm; he had to be helped to the podium. Then he held on to the podium for what seemed ...read more

  • In It For The Long Haul Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on May 7, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,544 views

    Caleb is a wonderful example of someone who starts strong and finishes strong for the Lord. Learn some principals to keep you vibrant in your walk with the Lord.

    Calvary Chapel Newberg - Bible Study Joshua 14 - 15 Staying in The Game (possible Wednesday: Caleb the spy - and the attitude of the Christian on God’s mission) In our society we tend to disregard our elders. Ever since the late 1950’s a culture of youth supremacy has permeated the fabric ...read more

  • Persistence-Sticking To It For The Long Haul Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Sep 12, 2001
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,763 views

    Part of Fit for Life PowerPak.

    TITLE: A VIEW FROM THE FINISH LINE – FINAL REFLECTIONS FROM THE APOSTLE PAUL BIG IDEA: A LIFE OF PERSEVERANCE EARNS A PERSPECTIVE OF CONTENTMENT, FULFILLMENT, AND EXPECTATION I. (:6) PERSPECTIVE TOWARDS THE PRESENT: CONTENTMENT A. Content to be a Living (and Dying) Sacrifice “For I am ...read more

  • Finding Endurance For The Long Haul

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Jan 25, 2005
    based on 21 ratings
     | 6,723 views

    The theme is will power, endurance, and overcoming in spite of difficulty. Every one of us come to a point a times when we want to give up and quit. Just like the disciples who fell asleep while they waited for Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane. When w

    Finding Endurance for the Long Haul Mark 14:32-42 January 23, 2005 The scene for the gospel lesson this morning is set on Thursday evening of Holy Week. It had been an incredibly busy and eventful week for Jesus and the disciples. It had started with the triumphant ride down the Mount of ...read more

  • Our Obligation To Patience-1

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on May 4, 2011
     | 1,226 views

    James declared/asserted that Christian’s are obligated to patience. Christians are obligated to practice patience. But Why are they obligated? Patience gives us the capacity for...

    OUR OBLIGATION To PATIENCE-I—James 5:7-12 Need: I live a fast-paced life. I enjoy it! I like to get things done! People that take their time slow you down. Why should I be patient? Let’s go to church, get this thing done....head out....enjoy the day! Yeah, I love ...read more

  • Noah Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Feb 7, 2016
     | 4,378 views

    Lessons from the life of Noah

    Noah Genesis 6:1-9 Ross Cochran tells the story of attending Hillsong Church's Vision Night for leaders with his daughter and son-in-law. Hillsong is a mega church in Melbourne, Australia. They were seated in the third row and the music was awesome as they were led into singing about ...read more

  • Plod On! We Are In A Marathron

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Nov 20, 2014
     | 1,723 views

    Ministry must be build about the long haul not the sprint? Life is a MARATHON... PLOD ON... PREPARE FOR THE GOAL.

    PLOD ON... LIFE IS A MARATHRON NOT A SPRINT... By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com MY DAD HAS PASTORED ALMOST 60 YEARS, I HAVE 33 YEARS IN THE FULL TIME MINISTRY... OFTEN AS I LEAVE MY DAD HE SAYS: LOVE YOU SON! PLOD ON... PLOD ON IS A OLD MOUNTAIN EXPRESSION... DO YOU UNDERSTAND ...read more

  • Evaluating The Cost Series

    Contributed by Tyler Edwards on Jun 15, 2011
     | 1,589 views

    Following Jesus is not easy, be ready for the long haul

    35. Who is Jesus? May 08st, 2011 (Mother’s Day) Evaluating the Cost Happy Mother’s day to all of our moms, we have a really special text for you today as we continue in our series through the gospel of Luke. Grace is free. Salvation is expensive. We spend a lot of time in the ...read more

  • Remaining Faithful To God Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Apr 6, 2015
     | 6,302 views

    How to remain faithful to God for the long haul.

    In some ways I wish that the book of Nehemiah had ended with chapter 12. There we saw the prepared, participating, purified passionate praise of the people that permeated their culture. No doubt that was one of those mountaintop experiences that we find throughout the Scriptures. On the other ...read more

  • Patience - The Impossible Fruit? Series

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Sep 29, 2003
    based on 47 ratings
     | 4,154 views

    The fruit of patience is an expression to the long haul in our commitment to Christ.

    We begin this morning with a brief review of our current series on the Fruits of the Spirit. We began with a look at love. Then we examined joy. Last week we spent some time with peace. I suggested that we call love the foundational fruit and peace a potentially illusive fruit. But, I would also ...read more

  • Legacy Of Love

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on May 10, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,732 views

    A Mother’s Day message on loving over the long haul.

    Dakota Community Church May 11, 2008 A Legacy of Love What do you do with these Hallmark holidays? It is mother’s day and so some of us will be going out to dinner or getting together at someone’s home to honor our mom’s. It is a special day for many that is looked forward to, a day for ...read more

  • How Did Jesus Select His First Disciples?

    Contributed by Doug Morrell on Apr 12, 2005
    based on 53 ratings
     | 128,808 views

    How you can select disciples for the long haul, who produce into the fourth generation, and will preserve the gospel without alteration or addition.

    Today, many people think discipleship is only for the few, the brave, the select, but this is not the Master’s attitude. ...read more

  • The Non-Absentee Farmer

    Contributed by Gary Graff on Jul 15, 2017
     | 1,114 views

    Jesus doesn't just plant the seeds of the kingdom and then disappear. He sticks with us for the long haul. He nurtures the seeds of faith and helps us to grow.

    Don't you just love a baptism? You have the beautiful little baby, the parents and God parents making promises to both child and God. And you have the water and the word. God promising to adopt this child into his family and make him or her his own. There's a lot of stuff going ...read more

  • His Poverty, Our Wealth

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 22, 2009
     | 1,967 views

    Ours are uncertain times, like those into which Jesus came. But God in Christ invested for the long haul and pours Himself into something risky. So therefore can we.

    These are uncertain times. And in uncertain times uncertain people do irrational things, destructive things. People who are drifting, people who have no anchor, people who have no center - in uncertain times, such people do things which destroy. The pages of the calendar are turning toward ...read more

  • Getting Over

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 7, 2009
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,988 views

    God wants us to be more than minimal. Acknowledge that Christ is Lord, make sure our witness is clear, go beyond quick thrills, and be faithful, and your faith will sustain you over the long haul.

    Too often, we choose "getting by", when we could choose "getting over". Too often, we try to skimp on life, hoping not to invest too deeply. That’s "getting by". But we could turn to a better answer. We could choose "getting over". "Getting by" and "getting over" are not the same thing. ...read more