Sermons on Evangelism (Page 5)

Sermons on Evangelism (Page 5)

Global Awareness Week: 5 Smooth Stones

1 Samuel 17. Guest preacher Muriithi Wanjau from Kenya speaks about the difference between helping that really helps vs. helping that does more harm than good. These principles can be applied not only in global missions, but in your communities and even in your own family.

Resetting Our Perspective

1 Peter 2. This message comes from Grace Chapel’s “Reset” series. Pastor Bryan discusses the recent federal ruling on gay marriage and how living lives of respect, remarkable love and doing good can help us to glorify God in a culture that may feel at odds with our faith.

Fish Can Fly

John 14. Pastor Dale’s farewell sermon encourages us to see the world for what it is in all it’s brokenness, but also to live into the realities of the cross, pentecost and heaven which can change the world now and prepare us for the world to come.

More: Unshaken

As Christ’s Church continues exploring a strategic partnership with Grace Chapel, we’re excited to present the “More” series from Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team. In a world that is increasingly hostile towards the gospel and followers of Jesus, it can be difficult to know when and how to share and discuss our faith in any public setting. Only the Holy Spirit can give us the wisdom, courage and power to be able to know what to…

More: Unashamed

As Christ’s Church continues exploring a strategic partnership with Grace Chapel, we’re excited to present the “More” series from Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team. This week we learn that the Holy Spirit moves in power wherever there is an unashamed commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ. This message was part of Grace’s One Church Sunday gathering at the Tsongas arena in Lowell, MA on May 17th, 2015). *Sermon starts at approximately 51 min. into the…

Unbelievable: In Search of the Real Jesus

As part of our exploration of a strategic partnership with Grace Chapel in Lexington, Christ’s Church is featuring Grace’s “Unbelievable” sermon series, a series on doubt and faith. In this third message, Pastor Bryan Wilkerson opens up about a time of serious doubt in his own faith journey. A significant part of coming through that season of doubt were four lines of evidence he discovered through an intense study of the historical evidence for Jesus, which he shares here.

Unbelievable: Smart People, Big Ideas, and a Better Story

As part of our exploration of a strategic partnership with Grace Chapel in Lexington, Christ’s Church is featuring Grace’s “Unbelievable” sermon series, a series on doubt and faith. In this second message, Pastor Bryan Wilkerson contrasts the basic Christian worldview about the universe, morality, and God with that of the “new atheists” such as Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and Steven Pinker. Is Christianity a reasonable faith that can hold up to scientific and philosophical scrutiny? Or is it merely a fairy tale and dangerous…

Unbelievable: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

As part of our exploration of a strategic partnership with Grace Chapel in Lexington, Christ’s Church is featuring Grace’s “Unbelievable” sermon series, a series on doubt and faith. In this first of four messages, Pastor Bryan Wilkerson looks at the resurrection of Jesus from the perspective of the disciple Thomas (doubting Thomas), as well as many modern day examples of reasonable people who have come to believe based on evidence and experience.

Book of Acts: Try to Understand

Acts 17. When the Apostle Paul found himself in Athens he worked to understand the people and culture in order to more effectively share the gospel in that context, meeting them where they were. Dale Kuehne reminds us that we need to take the same approach as we bring the good news of Jesus to our communities.

Book of Acts: No Matter What

Acts 16. Paul and Timothy are obedient to the Holy Spirit’s leading, yet they end up in prison. God calls all of us to follow even when we don’t have all the answers, even when the cost could be our very lives.

Book of Acts: What’s Next

Acts 16. The Apostle Paul had a plan, but God had a different one. Because Paul was listening He was able to adapt to God’s plan. Dale Kuehne explores the application of this to our lives personally and collectively as we ask the question “What’s Next?”.