Sermons on Evangelism
This stand alone sermon marks the end of Bob’s sabbatical toward the end of summer 2023 and shows us why we are to be poured into and how to pour out into others for the sake of the Gospel and the spread of God’s glory.
The last sermon in our series Bearing Witness looking at the simplicity of what is central to the Gospel and how that leads to simple sharing.
The next sermon in our series Bearing Witness looking at the joy of sharing Christ with others and both the gift and work of evangelism.
The next sermon in our series Bearing Witness on helping our church have both the right message and right character to be full of grace and truth when we share the Gospel.
The next sermon in our short series Bearing Witness to learn how to share our faith with others in kind and winsome ways.
The first sermon in a short series on Evangelism where this first week we look at the motivation or lack thereof to bear witness to Christ.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus through John’s Gospel focusing on the end of chapter 15 and the call to bear witness to Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit’s witness.
This stand alone sermon with lots of practical ideas on how to share the good news of Jesus with friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers.
This is the 7th installment in our sermon series on Spiritual Warfare from Ephesians 6 focusing on the readiness that the Gospel of peace gives God’s people.
A look at two passages of scripture that define for us the kind of impact we should be having on the lives of others as citizens of a different Kingdom.
In our second week into the Coronavirus pandemic, pastor Bob teaches us about God’s providence in hard seasons.
We’re back in the gospel of John, looking at what happened when an immoral Samaritan woman became one of the first New Testament evangelists (spoiler alert: Revival happened!).
The next sermon in our series in John’s Gospel beginning to look at Jesus’ conversation with the Samaritan woman at the well.
The last sermon in our series on the parables of Jesus looking at how we must know and persist in faith knowing that people won’t always receive us well when we share the Gospel.