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06/05/16 Whoever Believes in HIM!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, June 6, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series - Acts 10:34-43

Intro:

Growing up I remember the anxiety I experiencing when there we certain games or events that required dividing into teams. These teams were selected through a team captain, and they would chose who they thought would best win or fit the team. I realize I am not alone with this past struggle. What a frustration when your one of the last people to be picked because you are not that good at something, you’re not fast enough, or smart enough or b...


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05/22/16 The Damascus Road Experience!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, May 23, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series – Acts 9:1-9

Intro: The believers of the early church were known as followers of "the Way". Jesus Christ offered a way of life, a life that produced peace and an understanding of the truth and righteousness. Everyone who has a relationship with Christ has a Damascus road story to tell! The stories are different; some are more life changing than others. Paul’s Damascus road experience is one of the great documented testimony’s throughout the whole Bible. Paul s...


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05/15/16 He Said Arise and GO!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, May 16, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series – Acts 8:26-40

Intro: Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, famous evangelist, said that the New Testament records tell of forty people, each suffering from the same disease, who were healed by Jesus. Of this number, thirty-four were either brought to Jesus by friends, or He was taken to them. In only six cases out of forty did the sufferers find the way to Jesus without assistance. Of the vast number of people who find their way to Jesus today, most of them reach Him because th...


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04/24/16 We Ought To Too!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, April 25, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series - Acts 5:26-42

Intro: We can all agree following orders or (reading the Instructions) can often be a tedious affair; however, not following can result in consequences that can become detrimental. It doesn’t matter what stage of life you’re in, whether you’re re-tired or employed, married or single there will always be orders or instructions to obey. Next to the one who does not pay his bill, the doctor’s most annoying patient is the one who refuses to follow ...


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04/17/16 I'm Glad I Don't Do That

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, April 25, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series - Acts 5:1-11

Intro: A farmer looked out his window one day and saw several young fellows stealing watermelons from his field. He pulled out his gun and fired over their heads once or twice to scare the thieves off. Later, when the boys met, one said, “Did you hear those bullets?” Another replied, “I heard them twice, once when they passed me, and once when I passed them.” The farmer accomplished his purpose, since fear kept the boys from further stealing. Fe...


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04/10/16 No Other Name!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, April 11, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series – Acts 4:5-13

Intro: After a short break with the recent Holy Days and my absence last week, we pick up in week two of: “Acting Like Jesus,” Series from the Book of Acts.

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03/13/16 Openly Share the Gospel!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Sunday, March 13, 2016, In : Sermon 

Acting Like Jesus Series – Acts 1:1-8

Intro: A bazooka is better than a rifle. At the close of World War II, two pictures appeared in a magazine showing a soldier in conflict with a tank. The first showed a huge tank bearing down on a tiny soldier, about to crush him. The picture was proportioned to show the odds involved when a foot soldier with a rifle faced a tank. The next picture showed what happened to that soldier’s odds with a bazooka, or rocket launcher, in his hands. This time...


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08/26/2012 We Wish to See Jesus!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, August 27, 2012, In : Sermon 

Text: John 12:20-21 (NKJV)

"Now there were certain Greeks among those who came up to worship at the feast. Then they came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida of Galilee, and asked him, saying, "Sir, we wish to see Jesus."

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven." Matthew 5:16

Intro: ”We wish to see Jesus”

Imagine being a new preacher and finding a note on the pulpit that reads: “Sir, we wis...


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