'mission' Tagged Sermons

'mission' Tagged Sermons

Your Mission Is Too Small

Your Mission is Too Small Isaiah 49:1-7 God blessed the nation of Israel in order to be a blessing to all other nations, but eventually, they refrained from sharing that salvation with others. After the work of Jesus in our lives, we are called to go outside the walls of the church to multiply as we make disciples and plant churches. Observations The coming Messiah was promised to bring about spiritual deliverance (Is. 49:1). The Servant of the LORD deserves…

The Risen King & the Running Disciples

The Risen King & the Running Disciples Matt. 28:1-15 On Easter Sunday, the disciples eagerly shared the joy of Jesus’ resurrection. If Jesus has truly defeated sin and death, we should fervently run to the world in order to multiply disciples with the news of his salvation. The Empty Tomb (Matt. 28:1-7) The angel didn’t roll the stone away for Jesus to be freed from death but for the disciples to be freed from unbelief. Even Jesus’ death and resurrection…

On the Clock

On the Clock (Titus 2:9-10) – While we are on the clock vocationally, we are also on the clock missionally.  Even if your job isn’t in the ministry, you are in the ministry. The concept of slavery in biblical times is extremely different than slavery in modern times. Old Testament teaching regarding the positive treatment of slaves was countercultural at the time. During the time of the New Testament, people were not bondservants due to ethnicity, literacy, or nationality. From every type of socioeconomic class, people would volunteer…