Sermons on Leadership
We all leave a legacy, but most of us want to leave a positive one. God teaches us through the story of Joseph how we can pass on meaningful legacy to those we care about.
God hasn’t blessed us with these resources so we can keep them to ourselves. He’s made us “rich in every way” so that we can be even more generous in the days to come. *Christ’s Church is a strategic partner of Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA and features the teaching of Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team.
Can a great person be a good person? That would all depend on how one defined greatness. The world attributes greatness to one’s performance, and only few can be great. Jesus, on the other hand contends that the greatest among you is the one who serves. *Christ’s Church is a strategic partner of Grace Chapel in Lexington, MA and features the teaching of Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team.
Psalms 2, 72, and 22. Jesus is the One we have been waiting for, and the only One we can trust to rule our lives and the world.
Deuteronomy 11. Fouad Faris share’s about the importance of living out what we profess to believe if we desire to have Kingdom impact on our families and a watching world.
Acts 9. Dale Kuehne brings us back to Acts this week with the conversion of Saul. Sometimes God chooses the most unlikely people to join His kingdom, sometimes the church questions that choice.
Acts 6. As the early church grew certain needs began to be neglected. Dale Kuehne highlights the Apostles’ response to this problem, they raised up new leaders to meet those needs and to prepare for continued growth of the church.