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This message was preached by Brooks Buser, President of Radius International, on March 4-5, 2017. The message came from 1 Corinthians 14:7-11, and was titled "Gospel Clarity".
A healthy church must worship rightly and live generously.
What does is mean to be a church on mission, filled with the Holy Spirit?
In a new series titled, "Why do we...?" we will answer the questions, why do we gather, why do we preach, why do we pray, why do we sing, why do we give and why do we go?
Join us for our new series from the Book of Joshua, a book about possessing your promised land, as we explore five practices—or spiritual disciplines, or daily habits, or a mindset—that will enable you to take possession of the promises that God has for your Christianity. This week's message "The Practice of Letting Go" helps us set sail for new faith horizons in 2017, you will need to untether from the dock of 2016—the good and the bad—and catch the currents of where God wants to take you next.
This is the 4th Sermon in the GO Series. This sermon Pastor Alex followed up his previous sermon, "Send Me, I'll Go". That sermon was not released in this series. Pastor Alex preached from the book of Jonah. He talked about the different things that could happen in between when you said, "I'll Go" and now. Listen and let it minister to you. Be Blessed.
How The Spirit’s Church Acts Part #4 – Going to the Spiritually Deserted. Deacon Philip is a busy man. He’s been called to take care of the needs of the widows. Now persecution has increased. One of the deacons, Stephen, has been executed, martyred for his faith. Christians are being scattered and even Philip has traveled to Samaria. The gospel isn’t just a Sunday morning service for him; he’s all on and all in, risking his whole life for Christ. In the middle of all this, the Spirit sends him to the lonely desert road to Gaza. Why go there? For one person. Philip goes and the scandal of the gospel is that even this foreigner is given the loving attention, acceptance and forgiveness of God. All because the Spirit said, “Go!” And Philip went. In our contemporary testimony we say, ‘The church is sent . . .’ We are each and all to go to the spiritually deserted with the mercy, kindness and gospel of Christ. This is new to many of us. We are used to saying the church is here if you will come. But this is how the Spirit’s church acts: the church goes. TO whom is the Spirit sending you? Will you go?
This is the second sermon in the GO series. This sermon comes from the book of John Ch. 20 v. 21. Pastor Alex preached from the accounts of Matthew, Mark, and John. Pastor Alex preached Luke's account the previous sermon. Pastor Alex broke down the Great Commission from each writer's viewpoint. Listen and let it minister to you. Be Blessed!
This sermon is the start of the series GO! This series will be teaching about the Great Commission given by Jesus to the Apostles. Pastor Alex, in this sermon, talks about staying to receive the Power from God before you GO! We cannot GO without the Power! Listen and let it minister to you! Be Blessed! Note: The majority of this sermon did not record.