Sermons on Missions
Pastor Dennis Blankenship shows us what we can glean about missions and sharing the gospel with others from Jesus’s miracle of feeding the 5,000.
Many criticize Christians for seeking to spread the Gospel of Christ to the lost. There’s something these critics need to look back into history and know like many of us do: Every thing changes when God shows up.
We have a major opportunity to make a difference for the cause of Christ. With the help of the Holy Spirit working in us, It’s time to act with urgency.
We look at four essentials relating to salvation in this message.
Some people find purpose in life. Others just want to find a playground. We can glean much by looking at the Apostle Paul’s mission statement.
James Irwin was a famous astronaut who visited the moon in 1971. While returning from his moon visit, Irwin realized that he was not a celebrity, but a servant of God. The Lord is not looking for celebrities. He’s looking for servants!
We were not made to live our lives without a purpose. We were made by God for a purpose. You need to find your calling, and when you do, you will find God’s best for you, God’s blessing and God’s way.
Pastor Larry Pontilla of Bible Baptist Church (Panabo, Philippines) preached a message about how our work for God will never be in vain.
Evangelist Mike Pelletier preached a message about the value of souls and the importance of reaching people no matter who they are.
Jonathan Facenda, missionary to South Korea, spoke about how God can use anyone to reach others with the Gospel of Christ. The key chapter of his message was Matthew 10.