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In this sermon we discuss how it is only through Jesus that our lives can be fulfilled. Dovetailing off a testimony given earlier in the service (not on tape) as well as other things, we begin our new program.
The World is Not Enough. First Point: Come to the Water, Second Point: Get Rid of Idols, Third Point: Put on the Garment of Praise.
This week we complete a refocus odf sorts where we focus on John Wimber's favorite cliche, 'Everyone Gets To Play.' Today we take the hype out of ministry and everyone gets to play.
We are continuing our refocus with fall now upon us, and our sincere desire to be who God has called us to be, fulfilled as His people.
This morning we’re celebrating a refocus of sorts. With the start of another school year, summer vacations winding down, and our sincere desire to be who God has called us to be, as individuals and a church, we felt the Spirit’s leading to revisit one of John Wimber’s favorite *clichés in this series called, Everyone Gets to Play. As a matter fact there is a great book with the same title in our resource room which is a compilation of some of John’s teachings. He said: “What I want to see in action is the message, the music and the ministry. We must take the hype out of ministry where everyone gets to play.” To get “the hype out of ministry” meaning, our perceptions, and maybe our experiences, of ministry.
This is the ending of sumer and with it we end our analisis of Timothy,
We jump back into the end our summer series, Mentored by Paul. Focusing on the Pastoral Epistles: 1st and 2nd Timothy and Titus. In this second letter we have added fact that paul is nearing the end of his life and it is one of his last letters.
We are still in the midst of our summer series 'Mentored by Paul.' This year we are cobering the Pastoral Epistles: 1st and 2nd Timothy and Titus as they lead churches in Island of Crete. After finishing first book of Timothy we have moved on to 2 Timothy 2.
Paul's second letter to his protege. It is belived that he was released from prison sometime after writing 1 Timothy and spent a few years in fruitful ministry only later to be arrested again. He is in prison under Emperor Nero and now knows that his end is verynear, he's pretty sure he is not getting out of this one. For this reason, this is one of Pail's most personal of letters.
We are in the midst of a Summer series we are calling. Mentored by Paul. Summer gives us an opportunity to go through large portions of the Bible chapter by chapter and dive into their context a bit more. People coming in and out because of being on vacation can follow along easily since we take them in sequence. This year we are doing what is commonly *known as the Pastoral Epistles: 1st and 2nd Timothy and Titus, and we are in.1Timothy 6. Paul is instructing his protégés, his mentees, Timothy and Titus as they try to lead the churches in the cities of Ephesus and on the Island of Crete. Timothy is in Ephesus, and Paul is helping Tim deal with some cultural issues of the day as well as with people teaching falsehood. So, for us we can apply the principles being taught by Paul as we look at living as the Church of Jesus in our day and what is the truth of the Gospel of God’s Kingdom and taught by Jesus.