Jeff MacLeod • Evergreen Heights Christian Fellowship • Sermon • • 55 views • 49:47
Introduction The early Church & “the least of these”. After Pentecost They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. Awe came upon everyone, because many wonders and signs were being done by the apostles. All who believed were together and…
Gospel of Luke
Jeremy Fort • Valley Christian Church • Sermon • • 15 views • 38:37
The Greatest Ever! You would not think that Luke, or any Gospel for that matter, would discuss the greatest human. But it does. And it may not be who you think. We are going to see more of this as we move through the Gospel, Jesus becoming more pointed in his teaching and interactions with people. When…
Seven Practices that Shape Us
Kevin Beck • Sermon • • 4 views
Growing as a disciples is not so much about what you know but about what you do. If we want to see growth in our lives we must order our lives around practices that shape us for discipleship.
RCL Year B
Rev. Brian Weinberger • Sermon • • 6 views
It seems both fitting and odd that we have back to back weeks of Jesus predicting his passion, that is, his betrayal, death, and resurrection. It is odd, especially for a preacher because what more am I supposed to say about a topic that we talked about last week? I could make this one of my shortest…
Pastor Dusty Mackintosh • Next Step Christian Church • Sermon • • 37 views
What separates the sheep from the goats? It isn't doctrine, or sincerity, or even confession. Who served the "least of these?" Have we been faithful to serve Jesus when he has been hungry, thirsty, naked and imprisoned. Have we outsourced that responsibility... or even ignored it and isolated ourselves from it. We have Jesus knocking on our door: Let's do it! Let's start by literally feeding the hungry near us - pancake breakfast next Saturday morning at 9 am.
Gospel of John
Peter Voorhees • Sermon • • 17 views
Jesus makes the intentional decision to travel through Samaria (there were optional routes to avoid Samaria) all to reveal Himself to a people ready to receive Him. Those on the margins are often most ready to respond to the message of the Gospel than those who are constantly looking for a sign. No miracle was done in Samaria and yet many from the town of Sychar believed after listening to Him.
Lieutenant Rob Westwood-Payne • Captain Rob Westwood-Payne • Sermon • • 9 views
Introduction (5m) What are your priorities this Christmas? What comes to mind first? Trees, decorations, food, drink, shopping, family, friends, carolling, Christmas films, Christmas TV, etc. This year examining our priorities. If Christian, know Jesus is the reason for the season. Mission drift. Are…
Buzz Laubach • Sermon • • 15 views
Bentorah talks about this obscure passage
Vince Sturgeon • Sermon • • 1 view
Least of These
Yes, You: How God Uses Unlikely People
Mike C. Northrup • Sermon • • 49 views
This series explores the lives of a few unlikely people whom God used to do amazing things. Through the stories of David, Rahab, John Mark, and Gideon, we will see that God uses the small, the outsider, those behind the scenes, and the timid to do amazing things in the world.
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Eric Johnson • Chattanooga First Church of the Nazarene • Sermon • • 7 views
When does a human being become a person, deserving of love and protection? Today is Sanctity of Life Sunday! We celebrate the gift of life and choose again to guard and nurture life.
The Gospel of Luke
Chris Noggle • Calvary Baptist Church • Sermon • • 9 views