Pastors Tina Babcock and Wade Kyle • CHRIST-CENTERED COMMUNITY CHURCH OF GOD • Sermon • • 10 views • 59:30
In a society filled with conflict in nearly every area of life, Believers are challenged to build bridges, not dams as peace-makers in Christ. But we also need to accept that conflict can have a positive and maturing side...even God-directed!
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 53 views
This morning we turn to Romans 14 and whether you realize it or not we find Paul speaking to issues such as this, Should Christians ever drink a beer? Should Christians play cards? Should Worship Services consist of choruses or hymns? Should Communion be celebrated weekly, monthly, quarterly or something…
The Book of Acts
Passage: Acts 15:1-35. This week we see the power of the gospel at work when disagreements come up in the church. Disagreement doesn't mean division. Listen in to hear how the gospel affects us and unifies us as a family of God.
After the tragic break up of Paul and Barnabas, Paul sets off with Silas on another journey. Nothing in this passage seems to go to plan and that is how we learn a great lesson. When things don’t go as we planned we can be certain they will achieve God’s plan.
Book of 1st Corinthians
Pastor Dean Rhine • Bethel Evangelical Free Church • Sermon • • 15 views • 41:25
Everyone likes to say they have their rights. The Apostle Paul had rights ho could have impressed on the Church in Corinth. Instead, he chose to limit his rights in order to help the Gospel spread. Today, Pastor Dean applies the same principle to our lives.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 14 views
| Philippians 13.Here we are, the third of March, we are already in to Autumn, but there is still some hot weather ahead of us. In fact we have had some real scorchers this summer. I do not handle the high temperatures that well – once it gets above 25o C. I wither. The good thing about have an 11 year…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 11 views
Philippians 12. Let us turn to Philippians chapter 4. Often you find in Paul’s letters he deals with doctrine, theology, teaching in the first half of the letter and then moves on to practical application – putting it into practice, in the second part. And that is the way it should be – our way of life…
Michael Trull • Sermon • • 36 views
LET THE SPIRIT BE YOUR GUIDE ACTS 16:1-10 That fateful week began and progressed as normal for the majority of Christendom. Oh, this week was quite different, but only a few Christians would notice—far too few. One pastor arose early on Sunday to review the sermon that he had prepared. He would begin…
Lee Zehmer • Sermon • • 6 views
I. INTRODUCTION A. The 2008 Campaign for the presidential nomination is fully upon us. And whether you are following the Democrat or Republican race (or both), the rhetoric has been at times rancorous and divisive. It will only get worse as the parties decide on their candidate, and those candidates…