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The Supreme Question of Easter
by Ray Pritchard

Because this is Easter season, the major newsmagazines have been running cover stories on religious themes. Last week Time magazine […]

Text: John 11:25-26
Sermon Series: Easter Sermons
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Turn, Turn, Turn
by Ray Pritchard

Conversion begins when you turn to God. It is nothing more or less than “an intentional turning of oneself to God.” Because it is intentional it does not happen by accident. Nor does it happen automatically. Nor can anyone else turn for you. You yourself must decide to turn to God. No one can make that decision for you.

Text: 1 Thessalonians 1
Sermon Series: Living in the Last Days (1 Thessalonians)
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A Message For Madalyn Murray O’Hair: Why I Believe in God
by Ray Pritchard

After all the arguments on both sides are finished, you still have to decide for yourself. You still have to choose. I believe in God because without him nothing in this universe makes sense. God exists—he is real and Jesus Christ is His Son. What choice have you made?

Text: Various
Sermon Series: Why I Believe
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Here Am I…Send Aaron
by Ray Pritchard

God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son. What will you give to the world that He loved? Will you give your money? Will you give your vacation next year? Will you give a meal for an international student? Will you give the time it takes to write a letter? Will you give a year or two years or thirty years? Will you give your son or your daughter?

Text: Exodus 4
Sermon Series: World Missions
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Harvest Time
by Ray Pritchard

Lift your eyes from the trivial pursuits of life, and you will see a world filled with people who are dying of thirst. They’re empty. They’re broken. They’re lonely. They’re confused. They’re misled by a million false voices. And they are all around you. Waiting, hoping, praying that someone will show them a better way.

Text: John 4:35-38
Sermon Series: World Missions
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Life in the Spirit
by Ray Pritchard

The whole question of the Spirit-filled life resolves itself into this: Are you keeping in contact with the Holy Spirit? Your job—your only real job as a Christian—is to stay in contact with the Spirit.

Text: Romans 8:5-17
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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You Gotta Serve Somebody
by Ray Pritchard

We’ll call him Bill, but it doesn’t matter. He’s been a Christian for three or four or five years. Although […]

Text: Romans 6:15-23
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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First Century Patterns For 21st-Century Churches
by Ray Pritchard

How closely should local churches follow the patterns of the New Testament? The answer is, as closely as possible, understanding that no one is 100% consistent and that outward forms will change over time. That means we need to focus on the key functions of the church, giving freedom to differ on how those functions are expressed.

Text: Various
Sermon Series: In Search of the Early Church
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The Holy Spirit and the Gift of Tongues – Article C: The Holy Spirit
by Ray Pritchard

There are two problems a pastor faces whenever he comes to speak on a topic as controversial as speaking in […]

Text: Various
Sermon Series: These Things We Believe
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The Mysterious Doctrine of the Trinity – Acticle B: The True God
by Ray Pritchard

My introduction to the doctrine of the Trinity came at a very young age. I first learned it through the […]

Text: Various
Sermon Series: These Things We Believe

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