Sermon Resources

3/22/2020

Here is a link to a resource for further study of God’s Word

Addendum 1 Peter 3_18-4_6

8/11/19

A Call to Compete | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the link to a resource for further study of God’s Word.


11/10/18
OUR JOURNEY | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find a PDF of the Just War Theory article that Pastor Mike mentioned in his sermon.


8/12/18
THE PATH | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find a PDF with some tips and scripture for doing a Prayer Walk in your neighborhoods.


6/17/18
CALLED TO MORE | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the link to a resource for further study of God’s Word.


1/28/18
BOLDLY GO | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the resource that Pastor Mike mentioned in his sermon.


1/21/18
GOT THIRST? | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the resource on 6 ways to stir up hunger and thirst for God.


10/15/17
THEN ENTERS JESUS | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the resource on prayer that Pastor Mike referred to in his sermon.


9/10/17
ESSENTIALS | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the 7 day Bible study from the back of the sermon notes.

WHAT is the passage saying? Meditate on what you just read. To do this, in one sentence try to write out the main thought. If you were going to tweet in one sentence what you just learned and read what would you write?

SO WHAT? How does this passage help me to know the Lord and love Him?

Monday:  Psalm 27 – Think about memorizing verse 4

Tuesday:  Psalm 84 – Can you say verse 10 describes your attitude?  If not, ask God to make this true of you!

Wednesday:  Psalm 62 – Have you taken advantage of the invitation found in verse 8?  Today is the day to do it!

Thursday:  Luke 15:11-32 – Which of the sons do you most identify with?  Which of the sons found grace?  Describe the love of the Father…

Friday:  1 John 4:7-21 – Write down some insights from this passage about the love of God.

Saturday:  Romans 8:26-39 – Write down some thoughts from this passage about our position and security in the love of God through Christ.

Sunday:  Revelation 2:1-7 – What was Jesus interested in?  What was His solution for them?


8/13/17
GROWING UP | Pastor Seth Kirschner

Below, find the additional resources that Pastor Seth referred to in his sermon.


7/9/17
CLEARED | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Below, find the additional resources that Pastor Mike referred to in his sermon.


3/26/17
REP THE KING | Pastor Joe Garofalo

Below, find the link to the article Pastor Joe mentioned in his sermon.


3/12/17
TRAIN YOURSELF TO BE GODLY | Pastor Mike O’Connor

Here are some additional resources to inform you further about fasting and to help you get started.

Note- before embarking on a rigorous fasting regimen, it is always best to check with your doctor.  There are some medical conditions that preclude fasting.

What types of fasts do we find in the Bible?

The Bible describes three major types of fasting:

  1. A Regular Fast – Traditionally, a regular fast means refraining from eating all food. Most people still drink water or juice during a regular fast. When Jesus fasted in the desert, the Bible says, “After fasting forty days and forty nights, he was hungry.” This verse does not mention Jesus being thirsty.
  2. A Partial Fast – This type of fast generally refers to omitting a specific meal from your diet or refraining from certain types of foods. Daniel 10:2-3 says, “At that time I, Daniel, mourned for three weeks. I ate no choice food; no meat or wine touched my lips; and I used no lotions at all until the three weeks were over.” In Daniel 1:12, they restricted their diet to vegetables and water: “Please test your servants for ten days: Give us nothing but vegetables to eat and water to drink.”
  3. A Full Fast – These fasts are complete – no food and no drink. Acts 9:9 describes when Paul went on a full fast for three days following his encounter with Jesus on the road to Damascus: “For three days he was blind, and did not eat or drink anything.” Esther also called for this type of fast in Esther 4:15-16: “Then Esther sent this reply to Mordecai: ‘Go, gather together all the Jews who are in Susa, and fast for me. Do not eat or drink for three days, night or day. I and my maids will fast as you do. When this is done, I will go to the king, even though it is against the law. And if I perish, I perish.'” It is recommended that this type of fast be done with extreme caution and not for extended periods of time.

 

  • Check out this article on how to get started: Fasting for Beginners by David Mathis:

http://www.desiringgod.org/articles/fasting-for-beginners

 

  • Another brief article by David Mathis: Sharpening Your Affections with Fasting:

http://www.desiringgod.org/articles/sharpen-your-affections-with-fasting

You are donating to : Greennature Foundation

How much would you like to donate?
$10 $20 $30
Would you like to make regular donations? I would like to make donation(s)
How many times would you like this to recur? (including this payment) *
Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Phone
Address
Additional Note
paypalstripe
Loading...