This is message number 8 of a sermon series entitled ‘The mission goes on’. This sermon is based on Scriptures found in Acts 10, and clearly shows that Jesus accepts all who call upon His name. During the first century the Roman empire had nearly conquered the entire world, including Israel. The Hebrew people despised their idolatrous en-slavers and considered them beyond help from all hope of salvation. Peter’s eyes and heart were about to be opened to realize that God loves us all the same and that our Savior died for all people. Nobody is beyond the grace of God; even you and me!
This is message #7 of a sermon series entitled The Mission Goes On. This sermon is based on Scripture found in Acts 9:1-25. In these verses we will see what happens when an angry misguided man has an encounter with the Living God! Everything changes; he has new life, a new purpose, and a new mission. Saul is transformed to the Apostle Paul and instead of trying to destroy the work of God he becomes an amazing church planter. I wonder what would happen in your life if you truly met the Living God?
Brother Kenny Cash who leads Uplift Ministry in downtown Atlanta was our speaker for our annual Mission Celebration. Kenny has been involved in inner city ministry for over 25 years and has a passion to reach the youth with the Gospel. Uplift ministries uses summer camps, leadership training, and sports to reach teenage boys with the love of God. Stay tuned and enjoy some very exciting real life stories of how God has worked in so many young lives. Be encouraged and realize He wants to do the same thing in your life!
This is message #6 in a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This sermon is entitled Spread the Joy and is based on Scriptures found in Acts 8:4-8 & 26-34. We will clearly see the Gospel has the power to break through any dividing walls of hostility or racial divide. The beauty of our compassionate God is that He pursues each of us in His own unique way and wants us to come to saving faith. And finally, our Savior has called every Christian to be a faithful witness and to do all we can to spread the joy. So are you up for the challenge?
This is message #5 in a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This message is based on Scriptures found in Acts 4:8-22. The Lord had just done an incredible miracle through His disciples, Peter and John. As hard as it is to believe, the Religious leaders of that day were terrified that people would hear the Gospel message and accept Jesus as their Messiah. These Apostles boldly proclaimed ear. that Jesus is Lord, despite the grave threats from these blind leaders. They relied completely on Divine wisdom and power and continued to preach the Gospel without fear.
This is the 4th message in a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This message is based on Scripture found in Acts 3:1-10. These verses challenge us to open up our spiritual eyes to see clearly all the broken people that surround us each day. Not only see them but take time and effort to minister to them in their pain. Once we have their attention be sure to share the love of God and watch the miraculous transformation that will unfold! This is the greatest way to point others to Christ and to bring Him praise.
Message #3 in a sermon series entitled ‘The Mission Goes On’. This message is based on Scripture from Acts 6:1-7. The early church in Jerusalem continued to grow rapidly as thousands were reached with the Gospel message! With that amazing growth the Apostles quickly realized that they needed helpers to keep unity and minister to all the needs. Here we see the ministry of the first Deacons and the way that they blessed the church and their community. They were nominated by their church family and set apart for this very important work. May each of us strive to be faithful and available like these first servants!
Message #2 in sermon series entitled The Mission Goes On. This message is based on Scripture from Acts 2:1-12. These early believers had received their marching orders, but were ordered to wait for a Divine helper before they began to march. Prepare to be amazed by the precise time the Lord had chose for the Holy Spirit’s awesome arrival. His grand entrance left no doubt in these believer’s minds and everyone else’s that something incredible took place. And finally, we will all discover that the Holy Spirit’s purpose is always to display the glory of God and to point the lost toward the salvation that is found only in Him.