We figured you might be looking for more than sermon outlines to make your Sunday service interesting. From a pastor's point of view, celebrating communion can either be a high point of the service or a low point.
Communion messages are very often fraught with difficulties on many fronts. Inexperienced speakers can ramble on and turn what should essentially be a five minute or so message into a ten or fifteen minute mini-sermon. Others use very little imagination so that their message fails to hold the interest of their audience. Then there are those who just rattle off as many Scriptures as they can find on redemption or related topics.
To help overcome the problem of boring communion messages, we've put some together that approach the topic in a different way, and don't dominate the service.
Spiritual warfare is an area of Christian life that is easily relegated to one of two extremes. It is either seen as irrelevant in our enlightened times and therefore ignored. Or it is viewed as an activity to be engaged in on special occasions when the church participates in a spiritual warfare meeting. That's just what the devil would like us to think. This book is based on sound Biblical teaching that every Christian, like it or not, is involved in warfare daily. If you're serious about overcoming the devil, read this book. Topics covered include: Satan's greatest weapon, overcoming temptation, God's Word and other spiritual weapons, how to use the whole armor of God, the real meaning of "in Jesus' name", the power of the blood of Jesus, and more.
This will tell you what you want to know about who we are and a little bit about my leadership journey.
Email address and telephone number and that's about it.
I've never checked out a website's sitemap in my life. But apparently there are plenty of people who do. I hope the architecture of this ste is fairly self-explanatory, but if not, feel free to check out the sitemap.