Jesus Teaches His Disciples
Imparted Authority Matt 10:1-4 “And he called to him his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal every disease and every affliction. The names of the twelve apostles are these: first, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother; James the son…
The Church: Who and What is It?
I thought after a roller-coaster week we could use a little light hearted approach. It has both thrilled me and concerned me how Christians have approached this last week: Some have expressed how grateful they are that they know not matter who sits in the oval office… God sits on His throne Others have…
Graham Grove, Stephen Dunn, Malcolm Lithgow • Renew Discipleship Gold Coast • Sermon • • 467 views • 38:50
How do Christians engage the culture around them? Are we called to stand against it? To fit completely into it? Or to transform it? These three models of interaction have been advocated by various groups over the centuries, but which one is best, or is there some other approach which governs how we interact with the world? Join Graham, Stephen, and Malcolm, along with the people of Renew, to explore this important, but complex topic.
Do you know that Jesus prayed for you? I am not asking conceptually that Jesus is praying for us in heaven now, but he literally prayed for you before he went to the cross. John 17 records Jesus’ prayer after the Last Supper. It’s known as his Farewell Prayer or High Priestly Prayer. You are included in that prayer.
As we step out of a decade, a year gone by, and as we step into 2020; I want you and I to clearly see how God desires, even mandates that you and I should live. This Christmas season we looked at what was entailed in God sending us His Son Jesus Christ. We closed up the various sermons of Acts seeing…
COVID-19 Return Introduction: As I said last week, has been a long time since we’ve been able to gather as a church. and I have learned that when we are unable to gather together, there are certain truths to lose their focus. I wanted to take a few weeks to bring us in the remembrance some basics of…
Book of Luke
Pastor George Coon • ELBC • Sermon • • 11 views • 34:58
Luke 9:1-17 We are called to be ambassadors for Jesus Christ. As we are sent into different walks of life, God then enables us to fulfill His will where He sends us. As we work to do the will of God we will see Him enabe, empower, and provide all that we need.
Book of Luke
Pastor George Coon • ELBC • Sermon • • 16 views • 39:45
Luke 10:1-24 The church has been tasked with evangelizing the world. In Luke 10 God lays out plainly what is required of Christians to be both mission minded and maintain a heart for missions.
Golden Aina • Sermon • • 0 views
The Believer’s Sin (Vs. 1a) John starts by providing an affectionate reason why for writing. John is affectionate is his exposition of the believer’s sin, by indicating that his writing ought to keep them away from sin. Sin is divided into three aspects The Pistic: Ultimately, sin that deals with unbelief…
Mike C. Northrup • Sermon • • 5 views
Introduction I remember when I was a boy how my mom would sit at the kitchen table with a pen in her hand and her checkbook in front of her. This is where she would sit once a month to balance the checkbook. That’s not a term that we hear too often today. But in those days—before debit cards, online…
David Milad • Sermon • • 26 views
Olympic Disqualification Kumite - Gold Medal match Saudi v. Iran Saudi was clearly favored fast, sharp, fit knockout kick DQ b/c kick was too hard UNFAIR OR LACK OF DISCIPLINE IN A SPORT that demands DISCIPLINE The heart break of knowing gold was in your grasp and then it slipped away with a drop of…
Pastor Josh Smith • Sermon • • 2 views
Welcome to CCC we are so very glad you are here. To those who are watching on the livestream or seeing this on youtube later welcome. We are also glad you are here as well. I prayed about and thought about what I am about to say. This past week the US Supreme Court returned the power to determine if…
Matt Tubinis • Sermon • • 10 views
Opening Have you ever been proud to represent something? REALLY proud? I was really proud to be on the Houston High School Soccer Team in 2000-2001—three consecutive undefeated seasons leading to a National Championship the prior year—wearing the Black and Silver around the halls of the school, fellow…
Chuck Musselwhite • Sermon • • 43 views
Intro: Read 2 Corinthians 5:18-21 Transition The key idea in this paragraph is reconciliation . Because of his rebellion, man was the enemy of God and out of fellowship with Him. Through the work of the Cross, Jesus Christ has brought man and God together again. God has been reconciled and has turned…
Jeremy Robinson • Sermon • • 0 views
Influencers The word “influencer” has taken on a new meaning over the past several years. It isn’t a new word, but since the invention and growth of social media platforms, it has become a new career path that didn’t even exist 20 years ago. Studies show that somewhere between 35-45% of kids and teens…