Sermons

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Travelers with God

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.
This sermon considers the example of the Israelites' journey with God in the wilderness and the critical lessons God wants us to learn for our everyday walk as a traveler with God.

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Cherubim: The Chariot of God

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.
This lesson explores the details concerning the Cherubim of God and the special relationship they have with God.

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My Personal Savior: A Culture that Devalues the Church

Sermon by Tanner Campbell.
This lesson addresses the current culture that attempts to "do church" differently.

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Praying According to God’s Will

Sermon by Trevor Campbell.
This lesson explores the scriptures concerning the kind of prayer that God has promised to answer.

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The Power of God

2022 Gospel Meeting with Keith Sharp.

If you want to lead the lost to Christ as the first-century church did, you must use the means they used (Acts 5:14, 42) and live the way they lived (Acts 2:44-47).

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What Must I Do to Be Saved?

2022 Gospel Meeting with Keith Sharp.

In this enlightening lesson, Keith turns to three passages of scripture that are the only inspired, recorded instances after Jesus' death on the cross of the question: What must I do to be saved.

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Let’s Go Fishing for Men

2022 Gospel Meeting with Keith Sharp.

In this helpful and practical lesson, Keith teaches about our call to discipleship, why we should fish for men, and how to go about doing that.

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Local Evangelism

2022 Gospel Meeting with Keith Sharp. This lesson draws from Acts 5:14. If we want to have success in reaching the lost locally, we need to follow the original pattern, the most successful local church in the history of God's people at reaching the lost: the church in Jerusalem.

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The Great Commission

2022 Gospel Meeting with Keith Sharp. The mission of the church is to take the gospel to the world. The first-century church fulfilled this commission. Our generation is now presented with opportunities and resultant responsibilities perhaps never seen since that generation. What will we do?

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