Sermon Series
  • 1. Heart

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    Jesus reminded the disciples that the very thing that they should be doing when He comes back is serving. He wants to find servants who have given their hearts to live out God’s purpose and to serve the needs of others.

    A Servant’s Heart Luke 12:35-44, 48b What a great church huh? Too often that’s the attitude we’ve been conditioned with in our lives. It’s the way we approach restaurants we eat at, stores where we shop, the services we pay for and sometimes it even impacts the expectations we bring to church. more

  • 2. Prescription For Passion

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    We have to be reminded of the passion that God has given us. There are great opportunities to meet the needs of so many people, but you have to keep your passion.

    A Servant’s Heart: Prescription for Passion Exodus 18:13-20 I believe Moses was one of the best models of a servant who lived out his life calling. Moses was one of the best models in the Old Testament of a passionate servant through whom God implemented great things. Moses lived out his more

  • 3. Finding Your Place

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008

    God has given you a unique personality. He has wired you with a unique personal style which he doesn’t necessarily want to change but to use for His kingdom work.

    Finding Your Place 1 Corinthians 12:12-27

 Paul Fritz writes, One afternoon, one of my seminary students took me to the Jos Museum. He said, ``Sir, I want to show you something my father made!’’ Naive as I was in those early years of being in Africa, I thought he would show more

  • 4. Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Spiritual gifts allow us to serve one another better because we are no longer drawing on our own abilities and power but rather are using God’s abilities in us and drawing upon the power of God as we minister in the name of Jesus. Just as your passion ans

    Finding Your Spiritual Gifts

 1 Corinthians 12:1-11

 Hetty Green died in 1916 living like a pauper. She left an estate with an estimated value of $100 Million Dollars, which is the equivalent of more than 1 billion dollars today.
Hetty regularly ate cold more