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  • Remember, Remember Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 79 ratings

    Peter calls the beleivers to remember the truth which they know and are established in, and which has been attested to by eyewitnesses, the transfiguration and the scriptures.

    2 PETER 1 V12-21 What is your memory like? Do you forget things very easily? Are you better with faces or with names? Although that seems a silly question with me, because if you don’t remember faces how what good is a name? Apparently we never actually forget, it is all stored in brains. We more

  • Be Sure Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 22 ratings

    Peter urges believers to make their election sure by understanding their salvation by grace, and by adding 8 virtues to their lives.

    2 PETER 1 V1-11 MAKE SURE What were your school reports like? Did you ever have these words written about you by a teacher “Great potential but lazy.” I never had the words “great potential” but I may well have had the word “lazy” written on a few occasions. But far more importantly would more

  • The Deity And Incarnation Of Christ

    Contributed by James Vilgos on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Christ is as fully God as if he had never been man and as fully man as if he had never been God. Because of this we can approach Him with the assurance that He understands and can identify with us.

    I Topic: The Deity and Incarnation of Christ A Scripture Readings: Philippians 2:5-11 And John 1:14-18 B If you study the religions of the world, most emphasize our need to reach out to God or to become a god ourselves. Christianity is unique in that it believes that God reached out to us more

  • Accepting The Challenge

    Contributed by Dan Cale on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    This sermon deals with how faith helps us on the journey through uncharted waters of accepting new challenges in Christ.

    Accepting the Challenge Hebrews 11:1-16 Last week I shared with you a challenge for the coming years here. A challenge that I believe God has called us to. Let me share it with you again. It¡¦s a challenge to become relevant in the lives of people who do not know Christ. Here are some more

  • Becoming People Of Impact

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 22 ratings

    What to do to make a difference. Leadership is influence - Here’s help on how to develope it.

    27, June 2004 Dakota Community Church Becoming People of Impact Introduction: There are many ways to make an impact. Some large ways: Matthew 4: 23-25 23Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and more

  • Analyze, Evangelize, Scrutinize

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 278 ratings

    1- Analzye everything 2- Evangelize everyone 3- Scrutinize yourself

    INTRO.- ILL.- The founder of McDonald’s, Ray Kroc, was asked by a reporter about his order of priorities. "I believe in God, my family and McDonald’s," he said. Then he added, "When I get to the office, I reverse the order." When many people enter the public arena their priorities change and more

  • What Do I Have To Do? Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 28 ratings

    How do we rise above simply being an average Christian?

    During the four years that I was in Bible College I had several opportunities to have Dr. Bill Burbury as my Professor, and in some of his classes Dr. Burbury offered what he called “Mark by Contract.” When you went to your first class Dr. Burbury would give you a list of requirements for the more

  • Commitment Plus

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    People tend to associate commitment with emotions. If they feel the right way, then they can follow through on their commitments. But true commitment doesn’t work that way.

    17, October 2004 Dakota Community Church Commitment Plus Introduction: At the age of 67, Thomas Edison watched as fire destroyed much of his work and equipment. Is it time to retire? Is it time to hang up the lab coat? - No way. "All our mistakes are burned up," the inventor said. "Now we more

  • The Welcoming Church Series

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    Church is a foreign, strange enviroment to seekers. How can we develop into a place of welcome as the church? What habits can we adopt that will make us the place of welcome that God wants us to be?

    I owe thanks to Pastor wes Richard for the basic outline of this sermon. As well, Steven Covey, who was Wes’ inspiration, served as a starting point for me as well. ______________________________________ Sermon for CATM January 9, 2005 - The Welcoming Church - Romans 15:1-7 A few more

  • " How To Prosper In All Things" Series

    Contributed by Jose Gomez Sr. on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 21 ratings

    Second part on a three part series on prosperity. "God wants His children to prosper in every area of life."

    Prosperity for 2005 Where we ended last week; 1.Hard work, determination and commitment to God produce prosperity. ”Choose to love the LORD your God and to obey him and commit yourself to him, for he is your life”. “Then you will live long in the land the LORD swore to give your ancestors more

  • More Than Enough Faith - More Than Enough God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 154 ratings

    You just can’t get by on borrowed faith. In order to please God we need a personal faith... but how do we attain that? The story of Naaman has some interesting insights.

    OPEN: Two engineers applied for one job at a computer company. They had identical qualifications, so to determine which one to hire, the firm gave them a test. Each did well, except they both missed the same question. The manager called the first candidate, explained the results of the test and more

  • The Fear Factor

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 16 ratings

    A Halloween Message that those of you who think we should turn off the lights, draw the blinds and not participate will not like at all! Do you really have to cast a vote against it?

    31, October 2004 Dakota Community Church The Fear Factor Unmasking the Reality of Evil Introduction: Well it’s Halloween so I thought I would take a break from our women series to talk about the topic on the minds of so many Christians at this time of year. In order to receive what I more

  • Who Is Getting You This Christmas

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 23 ratings

    A message about the pressures of the Christmas season and how to stay focused on Jesus.

    5, December 2004 Dakota Community Church Who Is Getting You This Christmas? Introduction: Every year about this time people start or finish the Christmas present buying extravaganza. Kids make lists of what they want to be getting for Christmas. In some families everyone draws a name to more

  • The Minas Series

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    Benefits of using God’s blessings to bring glory to Him

    Stories Jesus Told - 2 "The Minas" Luke 19:11-27 INTRO.: Have you wondered if living the Christian life is worth the sacrifices and effort required? This story answers the question. Historians tell us this parable is unique among the parables of Jesus because it makes reference to an actual more

  • Breaking Free From Insecurities Of Becoming A Leader

    Contributed by Fernando Cabrera on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 26 ratings

    How to break the insecurities that stop us from becoming the leader God wants us to be.

    Breaking free from insecurities of becoming a leader By Pastor Fernando Cabrera I Samuel 10:20-27 1. Change your identity (10:24) a. Saul was suffering from an identity crisis i. He felt the least, the last , and leftover 1. Saul insecurity stemmed from shame a. Guilt arises from more