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Gift of Tongues, its Proper Place

Title: “The Gift of Tongues: Its Proper Place and Use” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho (July 30, 2023) In his sermon titled “The Gift of Tongues: Its Proper Place and Use” as part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, Jeff Piepho delves into the intriguing topic of the gift of tongues, a…

Worshiping

Title: “Worshipping” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “Priesthood” series (July 23, 2023) In this sermon from the “Priesthood” series, Jeff Piepho explores the biblical theme of worship, focusing on Psalm 47 and the believers’ role as “royal priests”. He examines the purpose of being a priest, which is to praise and worship…

Called to Be More Than A Normal Human

Title: “Called to Be More Than A Normal Human” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “Priesthood” series (July 16, 2023) Jeff Piepho explores the profound concept of Christians as “royal priests” in this enlightening sermon, drawing on biblical texts including 1 Peter 2:9-12. He discusses the transformative identity of believers, highlighting our divine…

Inside Out Upside Down Living

Title: “Inside Out Upside Down Living” – Sermon by Loren Houltberg (Date: July 9th 2023) In his transformative sermon, “Inside Out Upside Down Living,” Loren Houltberg draws upon Matthew 5:3-11, among other biblical passages, to provide a profound exploration of Christian living. This sermon focuses on the concept of living a Christ-centric life, where one’s…

So, What Does it Matter to You?

Title: “So, What Does it Matter to You?” – Sermon by Mark Brown (July 2, 2023) In this insightful sermon, Mark Brown explores the negative effects of comparing ourselves to others, highlighting its potential to distract us from our spiritual mission and rob us of Christ’s power. Referencing key passages such as John 21:18-22, he…

God’s Will for You

Title: “God’s Will for You” – Sermon by Nathan Hylton (June 25, 2023) Nathan Hylton dives into the concept of God’s will for believers in this thought-provoking sermon, using key passages from 1 Thessalonians 4:3-8. He focuses on God’s call to sanctification, emphasizing the importance of following God’s commands rather than seeking divine direction. The…

Like a Little Child

Title: “Like a Little Child” – Sermon by Bishop Ron Bowell (Luke 18:9-24) Bishop Bowell’s sermon, “Like a Little Child,” analyzes what it means to receive and enter the kingdom of God with childlike faith. The discourse is structured around passages from Luke 18:15-17, Matthew 18:1-4, and Luke 18:16-17. The sermon’s context is defined by…

Prophecy, Tongues, and Using Your Gift

Title: “Prophecy, Tongues, and Using Your Gift” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series (June 11, 2023) Jeff Piepho’s sermon, as part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, titled “Prophecy, Tongues, and Using Your Gift” elucidates the significance and application of spiritual gifts, primarily…

Love Amplifies Spiritual Gifts

Title: “Love Amplifies Spiritual Gifts” – Sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series (June 4, 2023) This sermon by Jeff Piepho, part of the “1 Corinthians (Jesus Above All Things)” series, focuses on the relationship between spiritual gifts and love, based on 1 Corinthians 13. Piepho explains that…

One Body, Many Parts

Denise Conway’s sermon, “One Body, Many Parts,” explores the theme of unity and diversity within the Church. Referencing 1 Corinthians 12:12-31, she illustrates how the Church, like a body, is composed of diverse but equally vital parts. Conway underscores the dangers of pride and division, emphasizing the importance of humility and unity. She encourages Christians to value their unique roles within the Church, warning against church consumerism. Conway concludes by highlighting love’s preeminence, the fruit of the Spirit, which binds the Church together in unity.