Sermons on Outreach
Under arrest, Paul stands before powerful and corrupt people. He never wastes an opportunity to put in a good word for Jesus. Don’t waste your opportunities either. Part 18 from Acts 24-26.
Goodbyes can be hard. It was for Paul as he left Ephesus. But in the goodbye there was an opportunity for ministry we can learn from. Part 16 from Acts 20.
The gospel enters a city of great learning. Paul has the opportunity to share the most important information in the world. Part 15 from Acts 19.
Disruptions are frustrating. But what if God is the one frustrating your plans? Learning to recognize God’s hand in our roadblocks is the key to being redirected to accomplish his purposes. Part 12 from Acts 16.
In Matthew 5 Jesus says people who experience mistreatment for his name are blessed. In fact, they choose joy in midst of it. How can we develop persecution-proof hearts?
Joy is a universally sought after emotion. As Christians, not only do we want it for ourselves, but we want the world to know it also. Psalm 66 & 67 are the invitation.
John sees something terrifying coming in the future. It functions as an early warning system so that believers can share with others in love. From Revelation 12-16
The gospel can bring amazing and powerful change…if we persevere to allow God to work through us.
Exodus is not just a story from long ago. The same God who called Moses calls us into his work. Listen in as Ashley Malloy, a medical missionary to Malawi, shares how God called and provided each step of the way.
In Exodus, we find that God provides a place where He can meet with His people. The Tabernacle and its furnishings were a process of how that could happen. Because of Jesus, we too have a place where no shame, sin, or guilt should keep us away so that we may draw near to Him.
Your joy of giving to others isn’t tied to what’s in your bank account. Our joy is rooted in Jesus’ work in our life. That means when your bank account balance isn’t what you’d like, you can still the experience the joy that comes from giving to others because your joy is rooted in something that doesn’t go up & down.
Journey with us as Paul and Titus show us to be in relationship to one another means we are involved in one another’s lives in a way that encourages fruit, challenges us to grow, and corrects us when needed in a loving matter.