Stand Alone Sermons – Lindale
Stand Alone Sermons
Lindale

Periodic stand alone sermons at the Lindale Campus

Current Series
  • Accomplishing what God has called us to demands dependence on Him. It is not an option if we pursue to be what God has called us to.
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  • Let’s remember the church is the hope of the world. Not because it is so great, because we all have seen it fail, but because it has been chosen by God to deliver the hope of the world in Jesus...
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  • In the Light, which is our salvation, we have freedom from sin and no condemnation. We are no longer controlled by our sin or facing the penalty for it. Because of salvation we don’t to fear that our sin will...
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  • When God created the heavens and the earth, He did something spectacular with His creation of man. He bent down, took the dirt, formed it, and breathed His breath of life into it, making something great out of dirt. He...
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  • Jonah is not just a Children’s Bible story, but an everyday reminder of the importance of chasing after God’s will as opposed to chasing after ‘INSTEAD’. When you chase after ‘INSTEAD’, those in your boat will pay the price. Turn...
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  • Discipleship is Jesus’ invitation to Follow Him. Yet how many times do we place conditions on our ‘followership’? We are going to look at how Jesus defines discipleship, then consider three common excuses given for not following Him fully. The...
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  • God’s Word is clear that every follower of Jesus has been created for Ministry.  But what does this mean?  This morning we will take a look into the paradox of life:  Life is found by giving yours away.  It’s time to...
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  • Being a disciple isn’t about living in the vicinity of God’s will. It is about engaging a life lived at the center of it.
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  • A unique remembrance of who God is and who we are as seen through the eyes of those with special needs and their families.
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  • I love the Bible because it is a book that addresses my real life. It isn’t some heady or ethereal book that has no connection to our lives. It deals with everyday issues that all of us face.
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  • Surrender and Attack. Discipleship is not something someone does to us. It is a cycle of surrender and attack in the ordinary days that leads us to be a fully dedicated disciple in the extraordinary moments of life.
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  • Palm Sunday. Jesus came to provide the kind of peace that the world cannot give, a peace that is governed by the Word of God and sustained by the presence of the Spirit of God. Once we receive this ‘shalom’,...
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