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  1. Wes Dean says

    The pastor is preaching a Fruit of the Spirit series out of Galatians. Last week he talked about the vine branch analogy and how all of our 'fruit' comes from Christ and not our own efforts.

  2. Stefan Gilbert says

    The Born Series. (taken from the Bourne Series of Movies) Last week we talked about The Born Identity, how we are all fallen. This week is The Born Supremacy which is all about Jesus!

    • Stefan Gilbert says

      Really there is no connection to the movie other than borrowing the titles and using the movie covers to inspire the sermon background. Week 1 The Born Identity is about our fallen state through Adam, 2 The Born Supremacy is about how Jesus did not inherit this fallen state yet chose to die for us anyhow, 3 The born Ultimatum we are talking about full life surrender and how that changes our lives. 4 The Born Legacy what are we leaving behind either for our kids or others taking over our ministries. THe people who attend the church now don't watch too many movies so they would be lost if I tried to make a theological point out of a movie, but for new people coming in I think they will be more interested in listening because they are familiar with it.

  3. Jason Patrick Goble says

    Our pastor just did an excellent sermon on marriage – it was a perfect balance of God's grace and the high calling that marriage is all about.

  4. says

    This past Sunday our guest preacher preached the parable of the prodigal son. The focus was on the other brother who would not join the celebration. Talked about how we are just like him when we fail to worship

  5. Kenny Kirby says

    This past Sunday our sermon was from Matthew 26 on the Lord's Supper. It was a communion remembrance at our church service so it went great with our whole morning.

  6. Jon Youngblood says

    We are currently in an extensive study of the book of Matthew. This past Sunday we focused on the life of John as a disciple of Christ and how his life changed over the course of his ministry as evident in his many writings.

  7. Mary Ellen Barnes says

    We are doing a series on "Why We Sing Hymns" and "Why We Sing New Songs" which has proven to be extremely interesting.

  8. Stephen J. Padilla says

    Our topic was about having a right view of God's attributes, especially with a view that God is big enough, smart enough, and kind enough to deal with the world.

  9. Anonymous says

    We are doing a series on Acts. This Sunday was Acts 19 and the riot in the temple of Artemis. Despite what the idolators said, only God is great.

  10. says

    This past weekend, our pastor, who is in the midst of preaching through the book of Matthew, preached on divorce. He introduced the topic of marriage a few weeks ago with the purpose of marriage and then will conclude next week (the 21st) answering people's questions about divorce.

  11. says

    This past Sunday morning we continued our series through Matthew's Gospel in 21:1-11 "The Triumphal Entry" – Jesus is the Lord of all. On Sunday night we took a flyover of the book of Ephesians: "Who we are in Christ changes how we now live as one in the Body of Christ."

  12. Brad Reid says

    The most recent sermon topic at my church was at my ordination service. My friend preached on 2 Timothy 4:9-22.

  13. says

    I actually got to preach, which was cool. We explored the fact that every sermon has 3 things in common: God reveals Himself to us – thru scripture by revealing things about Himself (character & attributes); all of scripture points to Christ; all of scripture demands a response – either by the non believer to repent and be baptized (that is, not that it's necessary for salvation, but a picture of continuing to obey christ) or to the believer – respond with putting into action what He commands of you (also, this will always line up with scripture).

  14. Grace Chang says

    This past Sunday our pastor talked about equipping by discipling; as believers choose to grow deeper in their relationship with Jesus, they become devoted followers of Christ. And he uses examples of Jesus and his disciples as they "come and see Jesus," "come and follow Jesus," and "come and be with Jesus."

  15. says

    Bob Lonac, president of Crista Ministries, was our guest this past Sunday. He spoke on how to share the word of God and be a missionary, whether it is internationally or in our own neighborhood.

  16. Will Laohoo says

    This past Sunday, the lead pastor talked about Nicodemus and how as impressive as he thought his background was, it wasn't enough to get him in with God. He related it to how we sometimes think our achievements and accolades get us closer to God, but they don't.

  17. says

    Our latest sermon was on listening to what the Spirit is saying to the church, and that God's perspective on the church and ours aren't always the same. We look and it may not be clear what God is doing or not doing.

  18. Casey Scott says

    This past Sunday's message was from a sermon series on the Sermon on the Mount called "Against the Grain." We tackled Jesus' hard words about adultery, divorce, and oaths in a messaged called, "Against the Grain of Trampled Vows."

  19. Elliot John Voris says

    Our preacher walked us through Philippians 4; highlighting how Jesus brings Joy, even when your heart is anxious.

  20. says

    At Bethany Covenant Church, we are using The Story – and our last sermon was on chapter 4 – Deliverance. I thought it was a powerful connection point between our celebration of communion and the Exodus event.

  21. Gabe Steele says

    Our sermon from Sunday was about in order to love others we need to see people through Jesus' eyes, love in the manner which Jesus loved, and stay focused on Jesus calling on our lives.

  22. Richard C Seim says

    14 Week Sermon/Small Group series: Learning to Follow Jesus, Living and the Family of God, and Engaging the World as Disciple-makers.

  23. Milcah Syner says

    We were in the book of Acts for our Sunday morning service. Sunday evening was on praise if I recall correctly.

  24. says

    this past sunday, the sermon was about how there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus because He has fulfilled the law and imputes His righteousness onto us!

  25. Nick Dimmick says

    Two part series on Luke 8:40-58. First week on the healing of the bleeding woman, followed by the healing of Jairus' daughter.

  26. David Peters says

    Our pastor is in a series on Life's 7 most important questions – this last Sunday was "How can I know God is good with all the suffering in the world?" It is a great series and God is using my pastor in a mighty way!

  27. says

    I'm preaching expository sermons through the Sermon on the Mount (Sunday AM) and the book of Joshua (Sunday PM). Last Sunday AM was the final introductory sermon (overview/historical background) to the SOM, and in the PM service we dealt with the holiness and goodness of God as it relates to the command to destroy all of Jericho's inhabitants.

  28. Brad J. Burns says

    Most recent sermon was on Ecclesiastes 7:1-14: Increasing wisdom comes only with an increasing reverence for God.

  29. Stephen Khu says

    Last week's sermon topic was based on the years greatest commandment: to love God and to love your neighbour.

  30. Anand Claudius Peter says

    The topic at my church last Sunday was on the tabernacle and how the OT foreshadows Christ, and how the tearing of the veil of the temple when Jesus died signifies that He has fulfilled the law and set us free!

  31. says

    The sermon dealt with Ephesians 1: we have all the blessings we need through Christ, by God's adopting us we have a new birth certificate with His last name, we have a great inheritance, and we are sealed with the Holy Spirit so we no longer have to roll around in the mud.

  32. says

    The sermon dealt with Ephesians 1: we have all the blessings we need through Christ, by God's adopting us we have a new birth certificate with His last name, we have a great inheritance, and we are sealed with the Holy Spirit so we no longer have to roll around in the mud.

  33. Amber Moore says

    This Past Sunday our pastor talked about "It's a Miracle!" Looking at the story where Jesus casts out a demon.

    • Linda Harris says

      I can say amen, but Greg, selfishly I pray it is a long time from now, my friend! :) I hope you are soon not in so much pain!!!

  34. John Weddington says

    Most recently our sermon was on conflict in the family of faith. It was a good reminder and a good challenge to fight well as brothers and sisters in Christ. Fight for the building up of one another, not to tear down. Be face to face, not back to back.

  35. Daniel King says

    The most recent sermon topic at my church was about worship as our proper response to God during the jr high your group. Before that was a sermon on the wall building in Nehemiah called civil engineering.

  36. Win Hawkins says

    The Good Samaritan, putting ourselves in the position of the guy who was attacked – we must be able to ask for, and accept help as well as being good Samaritans ourselves.

  37. Kathy Miller says

    Our series on small groups and community outreach: "You can't "give it" if you don't "get it"
    I am enjoying this because I am in the midst of an in depth study of apologetics, and I didn't "get it" for so long. I have so many friends with different worldviews and discussing God or the Bible with them was so intimidating because they seemed more educated than I about the subject.
    So I'm excited to be more grounded in my biblical worldview now.

  38. Gregg Erickson says

    Ephesians chapter 1 – the "election that truly matters" – great stuff. God is awesome and so gracious.

  39. says

    This sunday our pastor preached about the story of the religious leaders of Jesus' time and the condemnation of the woman caught in adultery. John 8:1-11. Whether people believe to be righteous or sinful, both need a Saviour.

  40. says

    This sunday there was a preaching about giving our life to god. In every way not only tithes god demands everything that we have because everything that we enjoy is his.

  41. says

    since dis week is about our dead families. they just talked about how one must care even for the dead. and don't waste time until its too late to love our remaining family.

  42. Nic O'Brian says

    Our Pastor preached on the topic "Don't lose it" it was a dynamic message, and God moved in a mighty way. You can watch it online at ptachurch.org.

  43. Ritchin E Sen says

    The speaker spoke about how we are to stand for our Lord, Jesus Christ, wherever we are, even if it means loosing your life. The sermon topic was "Voice of the Martyrs".

  44. Jessica Hernandez Cabanas says

    Psalm 23 v. 3, It has been very encouraging to hear this series on psalm 23. the focus this past sunday was on making wise decisions when you allow God to be your shepherd,

  45. Jerry Kasper says

    This past Sunday, we learned about how our attitude about the church isn't what counts, it's what Jesus thinks about his church that matters.

  46. Lars Passic says

    Jesus loves his church. And even though the bride can be a dirty mess, that makes Jesus' redemptive role all the more amazing.

    • Gregg Zimmerman says

      Haha, even though Proclaim crashed multiple times today (including just a couple of minutes before church started), I still like this software!

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