Description:Sunday Morning, August 23, 2015 Sermon1 Corinthians 131. The love of God is enriching (verses 1-3). 2. The love of God is edifying (4-7). 3. The love of God is enduring (8-13).
Perfect Love: What the Love of God Does in the Believer
Description:Sunday Morning, August 16, 2015 Sermon1 John 4:17-211. Confidence as we face future judgement (verses 17-18). 2. A priority of gratitude as we love others (19).3. Consistency in words and actions (20-21).
Description:Sunday Morning, August 2, 2015 Sermon1 John 5:1-51. In love, we are birth marked by God; to love (verse 1). 2. God expects his children to love and obey him (2-3). 3. You are expected to "grow up" and overcome the world (4-5).
Description:Sunday Morning, July 26, 2015 Sermon1 John 4:11-161. The love of God strengthens us through its action (verses 11-12). Application: We must love others. 2. The love of God satisfies us through his Spirit (13-14). Application: We must allow the love of God to pour out from us. 3. The love of God secures us through knowledge (15-16).
Description:Sunday Morning, July 19, 2015 SermonJohn 8:31-471. There are two types of believers (verses 30-31). 2. The word of God is truth (32-33). 3. We are slaves to sin by nature (34-36). 4. Only Jesus can bring true freedom (37-47).
Description:Sunday Morning, July 12, 2015 SermonColossians 3:1-171. We have been made alive in Christ. Follow him (verses 1-4). 2. We have been crucified with Christ. Leave sinful practice (5-11). 3. We have been chosen, set apart, and loved by Christ. Practice godliness (12-17).
Description:Sunday Morning, July 5, 2015 SermonPsalm 33:1-221. God deserves the praise of all nations, including America (verses 1-3). 2. God declared the power of his word in the creation of all things, including America (4-9). Therefore we should obey his word!3. God demonstrates his providence, over all nations, including America (10-18). 4. God delivers his people from all places, including America (19-22).
Description:Sunday Morning, June 28, 2015 Sermon1 Corinthians 1:18-31The gospel of Christ and his cross:1. Causes morally religious people to stumble (verse 23a). 2. Causes carnal, intellectual people to scorn and ridicule (23a). 3. Causes called, born again people to see the power and wisdom of God (24).Application regarding the recent Supreme Court ruling on marriage:A. We should not panic. B. Christians also should not react by lashing out in rage and anger. C. We should also continue to lovingly share what the Bible teaches on all matters, including homosexuality. D. As Christians, we must faithfully and joyfully stay the course. E. We will also continue to hold up the biblical standard of marriage. F. As Christians, we will continue to pray for our governmental leaders as God commands us (1 Timothy 2:1-2).
Description:Sunday, June 21, 2015 SermonPsalm 103:13-191. God is our Creator and he has revealed himself to us (Col 1:15-17). 2. God is a God of wrath and he will judge sinners (Rom 1:18-23). 3. God is a God of grace and he rescues sinners (Eph 2:8). 4. God is our delight and he pursues us faithfully (Ps 34:8). 5. God is our hero that rescues sinful, helpless people like us (Heb 4:14-16).
Description:Sunday Morning, June 14,j 2015 Sermon
Description:Sunday Morning, June 7, 2015 SermonLuke 10:1-121. We have confidence in Jesus and the mission he has given us (verses 1-2, 9). 2. We have confidence in Jesus and the messengers he is making us (3-8, 10-16).
Description:Sunday Morning, May 31, 2015 SermonMark 5:25-341. We must accept our sinful condition (verses 25-26). 2. We must believe Jesus is our cure (27-29). 3. We must come to Jesus in confession (30-34).
Description:Sunday Morning, May 24, 2015 SermonRomans 1:16-171. Has had a life changing encounter with Jesus (verse 16a). A. Our testimony is a personal declaration (16). B. Our testimony is a passionate affirmation (16). C. Our testimony has a primary focus (16). 2. Proclaims Jesus alone has the power to save sinners (16b). 3. Believes that no one is outside God's ability to save (16c). 4. Receives the righteousness of Christ through faith (17).
Description:Sunday Morning, May 17, 2015 SermonMark 4:21-341. We must believe the light of Jesus will shine bright (verses 21-25). 2. We must believe God will bless the gospel as it is shared (26-29). 3. We must believe that God's kingdom starts small and then grows (30-34).
Description:Sunday Morning, May 10, 2015 SermonActs 17:1-91. We should be prepared to proclaim the gospel (verses 1-3). 2. We should be expecting conversions and making disciples (4-5). 3. We should be faithful as opposition arises (5-9).
Description:Sunday Morning, May 3, 2015 SermonNehemiah 4:1-141. Obstacles to God's will and work will come (verses 1-3; 7-8, 10-11). 2. Staying focused on the objective/vision God has given us is primary (6). 3. Our immediate response to distress or opposition is prayer (4-5). 4. Prayer is always followed by wise action (9, 12-13). 5. God will finish what he has begun in us (14).
Description:Sunday Morning, April 26, 2015 SermonGalatians 2:19-21How the gospel story becomes our story:1. We are crucified with Christ (verse 20a). 2. We live with the power of Christ at work in us (20b). 3. We live by faith in the Son of God (21c). 4. We live consciously aware if Christ's love (21d).
Description:Sunday Morning, April 19, 2015 SermonColossians 1:13-201. By him (verse 16). 2. For him (16). 3. Through him (20).
Description:Sunday Morning, April 12, 2015 SermonNehemiah 2:17-20As we move forward God will teach us that Faith Forward is more than a building project, but an opportunity for us . . . 1. To reestablish our witness to lost people around us (verse 17). 2. To rely upon God's hand to strengthen us for the work (18). 3. To resist being overwhelmed with the challenges facing us (19). 4. To remember it is God who will make us successful for his glory (20).
Description:Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015 SermonTitus 2:11-151. Jesus teaches us live for him (verses 12-12).2. Jesus teaches us to wait for his coming (13) .3. Jesus teaches us that he is Lord (14).4. Jesus teaches us to declare the gospel (15).
Description:Sunday Morning, March 29, 2015 SermonMark 1:1-11We should worship Jesus as . . .1. He demonstrates his deity (verses 1-3). 2. Manifests his humility (7-10). 3. Observes all of Humanity (11).
Description:Sunday Morning, March 22, 2015 SermonLuke 5:1-11Effective evangelistic believers . . .1. Teach the word of God to others (verses 1-3). 2. Obey God's Word (4-5). 3. Believe in God's mission to gather souls for his kingdom and glory (6-7). 4. Are full of humble amazement (8-9). 5. Value Jesus more than anything (10-11).
Description:Sunday Morning, March 15, 2015 Sermon1 Peter 3:1-7A holy biblical woman is devoted to Christ1. Be subject to her own husband (verses 1-2). 2. Adorn herself with a gentle and quiet spirit (3-4). 3. Hope in God (5-6).
Description:Sunday Morning, March 8, 2015 Sermon1 Corinthians 16:12-16Biblical men are . . .1. Watchful (verse 13a)2. Courageous (13b) 3. Responsive (13c)4. Strong (13c)5. Affectionate (14)6. Servants (16)
Description:Sunday Morning, March 1, 2015 SermonGenesis 2:15-251. God designed men in a headship role (verse 18). A. Men are designed to lead. B. provide. C. protect.2. God designed women in a helper role (18). A. Women are designed to affirm. B. to nurture. C. to yield. 3. Christ is perfect example of both roles being fulfilled according to God's order (Eph 5:22-23).
Description:Sunday Morning, February 22, 2015 SermonGenesis 1:26-281. God uniquely created human beings in his image (verses 26-27).2. God uniquely gave human beings the character of his image (26-31). A. God made humans to rule (28-30). B. God made humans for relationship (27 & 2:17-25). C. God made humans with resemblance (26-27, 31).3. Human beings corrupted the image of God in them with sin (3:9-19). 4. Jesus corrects and restores humans in the image of God (Col 1:15-22 & Rom 5:18-21).
Description:Sunday Morning, February 15, 2015 SermonPsalm 1281. Courage concerning our faith (verses 1-2). Will the next generation know God because of your faith?2. Loving commitment to our family (3-4). 3. Personal concern/influence for our future (5-6). Will the next generation know the blessing of God because of your personal involvement now?
Description:Sunday Morning, February 8, 2015 SermonPsalm 61:1-8We should pray believing . . .1. God is personally for us (verses 1-2). 2. God is protecting us (3-4). 3. God is providing for us (5-8).
Description:Sunday Morning, February 1, 2015 SermonPsalm 1031. We should thank the Lord for his His blessings (verses 1-7). 2. We should thank the Lord for His mercy (8-18).3. We should thank the Lord for His power (19-22).
Description:Sunday Morning, January 25, 2015 Sermon Psalm 51:1-191. We should pray for forgiveness (verses 1-2). 2. We should pray for conviction (3-6). 3. We should pray for cleansing (7-9). 4. We should pray for restoration (10-12).
Description:Sunday Morning, January 18, 2015 SermonPsalm 54:1-7When adversity comes, true believers . . .1. pray to the Lord (verses 1-3). 2. trust in the Lord (4-5). 3. praise the Lord (6-7). Worship gives you a perspective of victory you would not have otherwise.
Description:Sunday Morning, January 11, 2015 SermonGospel ConversationsThe 3 Circles Conversation Guide is available as an Apple and Google Play app at sendnetwork.com/3circlesFor the book: LifeOnMissionBook.com
Description:Sunday Morning, January 4, 2015 SermonActs 2:42-471. Prayer and Bible Intake (verses 42-47)2. Giving and Sharing (44-45)3. Corporate Worship Gatherings (46)4. Sharing the Gospel (47)
Description:Sunday Morning, December 28, 2014 SermonLuke 2:8-201. The unveiling of good news attracts our awe (verses 8-14). 2. The announcement of good news motivates our message (15-19). 3. The receiving of good news draws our devotion (20).
Description:Sunday Morning, December 21, 2014 SermonYou Shall Call His Name JesusMatthew 1:18-251. God continues to do the miraculous (verse 28).2. God continues to speak to people (19-21).3. God continues to keep his word (22-23).4. God continues to bless obedience (24-25).
Description:Sun am 12/14/14. R. Shaw. John 20:19-21Our Missionary Savior 1. Jesus as our missionary savior sends us (verse 21). 2. Jesus as our missionary savior empowers us (22). 3. Jesus as our missionary savior forgives us (23).
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Description:R. Shaw. Sun am 12/7/14. Mission Sunday. Sharing the Gospel Locally and GloballyThe Great Commission ChallengeMatthew 28:16-201. The Promise of God (verses 18 & 20b) A. The a Promise of God's Power (18) B. The Promise of God's Presence (20b)2. The Commission of God (19-20a)
Description:Sunday Morning, November 30, 2014 SermonDeuteronomy 6:1-9 1. We lead our children to obey God (verses 1-3). 2. We lead our children to love God (4-6). Search LifeWay: "Levels of Biblical Learning"3. We lead our children to recognize God (7-9).
Description:Sunday Morning, November 23, 2014 SermonEphesians 6:1-41. We love our children as we educate them (verses 1-3). 2. We love our children as we encourage them (4). 3. We love our children as we empower them (4). A. Children are under-challenged. B. Children are over-pampered. C. Children are overly resilient.
Description:Sunday, November 16, 2014 Sermon1 Corinthian 7:6-9; 25-401. We must view singleness as a gift from God (verses 6-9). 2. We must use singleness for undivided service to Christ (32). A. During distress and persecution (26).B. During the passing away of this present world (29-31). C. As we grow in holiness and spiritual maturity (34). 3. We must display the attitude of Christ in singleness (36-38).
Description:Sunday Morning, November 9, 2014 SermonJames 1; Hebrews 11
Description:Sunday Morning, November 2, 2014 Sermon1 Corinthians 6:12-7:51. God has standards for our bodies (verses 12-13). Application: Our bodies must yield to God's purpose avoiding sexual immorality of all kinds. 2. God has plans for our bodies (13-14). Application: We must surrender to God using us now as sure as he will raise our bodies during the resurrection. 3. God has safeguards for our bodies (15-18). Application: We must continually remember our marital covenant and flee when tempted to be sexual immoral, thus breaking our covenant. 4. God has ownership of our bodies (19). Application: We must know that we are so important to God that he lives in us through his Holy Spirit. 5. God has paid for our bodies (20). Application: We must live for God's glory by trusting the power of the gospel to transform our sinful nature, passions, and desires and to speak honestly and transparently about our sin.
Description:Sunday Evening, October 26, 2014 SermonRevelation 2:1-7Remember . . .1. Your power (verse 1). 2. Your commendation (2-3). 3. Your warning (4-5). 4. Your calling (7a). 5. Your challenge (7b)
Description:Sunday Morning, October 19, 2014 Sermon1 Corinthians 7:12-161. Accept the rule (verses 12-13). 2. Understand the reason (14-15). 3. Anticipate repentance and reconciliation (16).
Description:Sunday Morning, October 12, 2014 SermonPsalm 19:7-141. God's word is perfect and strengthens your family (verse 7).2. God's word is sure and gives wisdom to your family (7). 3. God's word is right and brings joy to your family. (8). 4. God's word is pure and provides direction to your family (8). 5. God's word is clean and endures forever providing hope for your family (9). 6. God's word is true and produces righteousness in your family (9).7. God's word is priceless, worthy to be desired by your family (10). 8. God's word is delicious and sweet for your family (10).9. God's word is helpful and rewards your family (11). 10. God's word is instructive and lcleanses your family (12) 11. God's word is protective and cleanses your family (13). 12. God's word is transforming, saving your family (14) v
Description:Sunday Morning, October 5, 2014 SermonAnd Those in the Boat Worshipped HimMatthew 14:22-32God teaches us our proper response1. In Jesus we see the significance of solitude (verses 22-23).Application: We should get alone with God and pray. 2. In Peter we see the heart of salvation (24-31).Application: We should allow the biblical Jesus to shape oor faith and focus. 3. In disciples we see how we should receive the Savior (32-33).Application: We should worship Jesus and proclaim his name.
Description:Sunday Morning, September 28, 2014 SermonRomans 12:3-8 1. The body is in Christ (verse 5). 2. The is woven together (4-5). 3. Each member has a function (6-8). 4. Each member is different (4). Implications:1. We must stay focused on Christ. 2. We must go deep with one another. 3. We must all serve. 4. We must use our gifts.
Description:Sunday Morning, September 21, 2014 Sermon2 Timothy 2:1-2; Matthew 28:19-20Do for one what you would want to do for all. Multiplication not spiritual addition:1. See the impact of spiritual reproduction (verse 1). 2. Surrender to intentionally becoming a disciple (2a). 3. Seek to invest the gospel in others (2b).
Description:Sunday Morning, September 14, 2014 SeromActs 17:22-31God is . . .1. Creator of the universe (verse 24). 2. The sustainer of all life (25). 3. The ruler of all nations (26-28). 4. The Father of all humanity (28b-29). 5. The judge of the whole world (30-31). Faith Forward Application:A. Welcome and hospitality to the community. B. Witness and outreach to the nationsC. Worship and stewardship to The Lord.
Description:Sunday Morning, September 7, 2014 SermonColossians 1:24-29The goal if our ministry, both individually and as the body of Christ, is mature Christians, not simply decisions. Therefore, we teach, model, and lead others to . . .1. identity with Christ (verse 24a). 2. identify with Christ's church (24b). 3. identify with Christ's commission (25-29). A. his ministry B. his mystery C. his message