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  • Becoming A Natural Series

    Contributed by Jack Pladdys on May 18, 2010
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    Worship is our passionate expression of devotion to our God.

    Message Outline Title: Becoming a Natural Subtitle: Rethinking Worship Scripture: Romans 12:1 Subject: Worship Theme: Worship is a lifestyle, not an event. Proposition: Worship is our passionate expression of devotion to our God. Main Points: 1) Difference Between Worship ...read more

  • Coming Back From The Dead

    Contributed by Jack Pladdys on Apr 10, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,192 views

    Jesus can bring dead things back to life!

    Mesage Outline Title: Resurrection Subtitle: Coming Back from the Dead Scripture: Matthew 28:1-8 Subject: Resurrection Theme: God can raise the dead. Proposition: Given the choice between death and life, God chooses life! Main Points: 1) Coincidence is God’s Way of ...read more

  • Celebrating The Moment

    Contributed by Jack Pladdys on Mar 27, 2010
     | 2,583 views

    Staying focused keeps us ready for whatever might come our way.

    Title: Celebrating the Moment Subtitle: Even When the Storm Is Coming Scripture: Matthew 21:6-11; 23:3-4, 11-12; 26:38-39 Subject: Focus Theme: Keeping the end in sight. Proposition: Staying focused keeps us ready for whatever might come our way. Main Points: 1) A Focused ...read more

  • Staying Committed

    Contributed by Jack Pladdys on Mar 23, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 10,274 views

    Right commitment brings right choices which make right people who are blessed abundantly.

    I. Who is Committed? A. Show of hands… 1. How many of you like being friends with committed people? a. Giving your time and effort to a cause or person. 2. How many of you have people in your life that you wish would be more committed? 3. How many of you think you are a committed ...read more