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Run! The Christian Life Is a Race (Hebrews 12:1-3)

By Shawn Farrell | November 29, 2020

We will again exposit God’s Word, but this week on Hebrews 12:1-3, a favorite passage of mine—running the race, fixing our eyes on Christ and more.

El Corazón de un Iíder Espiritual (Hechos 20:25-38)

By Chris Mueller | September 6, 2020

Related Sermons:Controversia en la Iglesia (Hechos 15)Una Iglesia Digna de Imitar (Hechos 11:19-14:28)Aplastando Apatía Espiritual (Malaquías)Reacciones a la Resurrección (Hechos 4, 17 y 23)Desarrollando un Corazón para Dios (1 Samuel) http://fbcaudio2020es.s3.amazonaws.com/Sermon09062020ES.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:26 — 32.2MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS

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Understanding Our Purpose

By Laura Hadley | September 19, 2020

Understanding and walking in our created purpose not only sets the foundation for our role as mother but it is the way we get the desired results from our role as mom.

Who is Really in Charge?

By Chris Mueller | September 13, 2020

We expose what the bible says about WHO IS IN CHARGE of our CHURCH and what
Christ expects the CHURCH TO DO with unrepentant so called Christians. A special
sermon on God’s Sovereignty, the Bible’s Authority, Sanctification, dealing with sin,
concentrating on the importance of marriage and moral purity.

The Heart of a Spiritual Leader (Acts 20:25-38)

By Chris Mueller | September 6, 2020

As Paul talks to his beloved friends and fellow workers, the elders of Ephesus, he shares the truth about their importance of their heart in ministry to people. More important than a Fathers work, a mother’s schooling, a students study, a believers ministry and a preachers sermon is THE CONDITION OF YOUR HEART. this week acts 20

El Corazón de un Iíder Espiritual (Hechos 20:25-38)

By Chris Mueller | September 6, 2020

Related Sermons: Controversia en la Iglesia (Hechos 15) Una Iglesia Digna de Imitar (Hechos 11:19-14:28) Aplastando Apatía Espiritual (Malaquías) Reacciones a la Resurrección (Hechos 4, 17 y 23) Desarrollando un Corazón para Dios (1 Samuel) http://fbcaudio2020es.s3.amazonaws.com/Sermon09062020ES.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:26 — 32.2MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify…

Living with Purpose (Acts 18)

By John Pleasnick | August 30, 2020

Paul’s third missionary journey took him to Corinth, where he meets Aquila and Priscilla. Too often, we think that God needs special people to accomplish great things. The reality is that God is looking for faithfulness. Some of the most amazing works of God are the result of ordinary people being faithful to the Lord. This Sunday, you are going to find encouragement to serve God each day, even when you don’t know what’s coming next.

Persevere in Preaching Christ (Acts 17)

By Patrick Levis | August 23, 2020

Get ready to gain new courage to PERSEVERE in the single most important task that believers have in this short life: PREACHING CHRIST to a world that does not know Him! We’ll follow the Apostle Paul as his Gospel proclamation meets a variety of responses, from the mob in Thessalonica to the faithful Bible-studiers in Berea and then to the pondering agnostics on Mars Hill in Athens! Gospel ministry is no walk in the park, but like the Apostle Paul, we have a sovereign God who fuels us with the power we need to faithfully persevere in preaching Christ!

God’s Work Is Your Work (Acts 16)

By Shawn Farrell | August 16, 2020

As we dive into Acts 16, we will look at the stories of 3 very unique individuals—a God-fearing business woman, a demon possessed slave girl, and a Roman prison guard. While they are different in almost every way—one is seeking God, one is controlled by Satan, and one is minding his own business—their stories are woven together in the perfect plan of God.

Controversy in the Church (Acts 15)

By Morgan Maitland | August 9, 2020

How do you deal with controversy in the church? There is massive controversy in Acts 15 over the issue of circumcision. “Should the church require the Gentiles to be circumcised in addition to their new faith?” The apostles and elders wrestle together to settle this controversy 2000 yrs ago. Today, there are not a lot of churches struggling with circumcision, but there are other controversies in the church (i.e. social justice, social distancing, etc.). How should the church deal with such controversies?

Controversia en la Iglesia (Hechos 15)

By Morgan Maitland | August 9, 2020

Este DOMINGO nos reuniremos nuevamente para adorar a Cristo como una familia de la Iglesia a través del libro de Hechos capítulo 15. ¿Cómo maneja usted la controversia en la iglesia? Hay una gran controversia en Hechos 15 sobre el tema de la circuncisión. “¿Debería la iglesia exigir que los gentiles sean circuncidados además de su nueva fe?” Los apóstoles y los ancianos luchan juntos para resolver esta controversia hace 2000 años. Hoy en día, no hay muchas iglesias que luchan contra la circuncisión, pero hay otras controversias en la iglesia (es decir, justicia social, distanciamiento social, etc.). ¿Cómo debe lidiar la iglesia con tales controversias? ¿Qué podemos aprender de la gran controversia sobre la circuncisión hace 2000 años? Escuche para averiguarlo.

Una Iglesia Digna de Imitar (Hechos 11:19-14:28)

By John Pleasnick | August 2, 2020

Nuestro pasaje de este domingo refleja nuestra propia experiencia. Hechos 13 describe a la iglesia en Antioquía enviando algunos de sus mejores por el bien del Evangelio, para que Cristo fuera más conocido. Este domingo seguimos sus pasos. Experimentamos el costo y la recompensa.

A Church Worth Imitating (Acts 11:19-14:28)

By John Pleasnick | August 2, 2020

Our passage this Sunday mirrors our own experience. Acts 13 describes the church in Antioch sending out some of their best for the sake of the Gospel, so that Christ would be more broadly known. This Sunday, we follow in their steps. We experience the cost and the reward.

Breaking Down the Barriers of Prejudice (Acts 9:32-11:18)

By Chris Mueller | July 26, 2020

We will be learning from the testimony of Cornelius, a converted Gentile, who broke the Jewish racial barriers. He showed the apostle Peter that “God is not one to show partiality.”