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Separating Fact from Fiction
by Brian Bill

My mom is an avid reader and a member of a book club.  A couple years ago she read the […]

Text: 1 John 4:1-7
Sermon Series: Cracking the DaVinci Code
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The Empty Tomb
by Brian Bill

As we study the overwhelming evidence of the empty tomb we’ll find out some startling information that demands a verdict.

Text: Luke 24:1-12
Sermon Series: CSI Jerusalem
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Accept One Another
by Brian Bill

It’s not our job to change other people; instead, we’re called to accept those who are wired differently than we are.

Text: Romans 14:1-15:7
Sermon Series: Body Building
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The Antics of the Antichrist
by Brian Bill

With all the reports about the nearness of the Second Coming, we must not become alarmed. The Antichrist is also coming and will proclaim himself to be God, but believers have nothing to fear.

Text: 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12
Sermon Series: Don't Be Left Behind
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Will You Be Left Behind?
by Brian Bill

This past week we went with another family to an apple orchard.  Upon discovering that they had a “Corn Maze,” […]

Text: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
Sermon Series: Don't Be Left Behind
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The Case For Christ: His Resurrection
by Brian Bill

The Resurrection is either one of the most wicked, heartless, vicious hoaxes ever or it is the most fantastic fact of history. As Paul said in 1 Corinthians 5:17, “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is worthless.” This message will focus on three pieces of evidence, that when taken together, will provide convincing proof that Jesus rose from the dead – the empty tomb, multiple witnesses, and changed lives.

Text: 1 Corinthians 15:17
Sermon Series: The Case for Christ
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Discovering Your Style, Part 3
by Brian Bill

Some people, like the Samaritan woman, are very good at using the invitational approach. They might not be able to give a complete explanation of everything that Christ has done, but they can say, “Come, see a man…could this be the Christ?” Others, like Dorcas, point people to the Savior by their service.

Text: John 4:1-42; Acts 9:36-42
Sermon Series: Becoming a Contagious Christian
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Discovering Your Style, Part 2
by Brian Bill

If you are not confrontational, or struggle with the intellectual style, perhaps you are more comfortable giving your testimony or focusing on the friends God has placed in your life. When the blind man was asked who Jesus was, he simply gave a testimony to what the Savior had done in his life. Matthew, on the other hand, liked to throw parties and focused on his interpersonal skills.

Text: John 9:1-41; Luke 5:27-31
Sermon Series: Becoming a Contagious Christian
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Discovering Your Style, Part 1
by Brian Bill

One of the keys to participating in evangelism is to figure out how God can use your personality and gifts to make an impact in the lives of others. While Peter was quite confrontational in his approach, Paul utilized a more intellectual line of reasoning. Do either of these styles describe your preferred approach? If so, don’t hold back!

Text: Acts 2:14-38; 17:16-31
Sermon Series: Becoming a Contagious Christian
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Participating in the Process
by Brian Bill

Since we are God’s method, we need to be aware of God’s process. Sometimes He uses us to cultivate the soil of people’s lives. Other times, we have the opportunity to sow by sharing the gospel message. And, on occasion, we have the privilege of participating in the harvest! In whatever stage God chooses to use us, we are part of the redemptive process. Is there anything more exciting than that?

Text: Matthew 13:1-23
Sermon Series: Becoming a Contagious Christian

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