Tag Archives: Acts 1:8

Wait for the Promise

We’ve spent the past few weeks looking at the post-resurrection appearances of Jesus. This is the last one, from Acts chapter 1. He tells his disciples to remain in Jerusalem, wait for the promise, then when they receive power from … Continue reading

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Why Preach the Gospel?

I wrote a series of posts at The Master’s Table answering the question “Why Preach the Gospel?” Here’s a link if you’d like. This sermon uses 2 Timothy 4:1-5 to illustrate the same three points.

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State Missions

I preached two sermons in September related to the Georgia State Missions Offering. Mission Georgia was the first, on September 2nd, as we began a week of prayer focus on missions and missionaries serving in our state. Near and Far, … Continue reading

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Will You Pray?

March 5th – 12th is the Week of Prayer for North American Missions. Prayer gives us focus. There are so many voices competing for our attention. Among other things, prayer gives us a moment of clarity as remove all distractions … Continue reading

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Famous Last Words: Mission Georgia week 1

September 6th     |     text: Matthew 28:16-20, Acts 1:8  “Win one for the Gipper,” Ronald Reagan famously said in his on-screen portrayal of football legend George Gipp. Johnny Ace was an R&B singer that died tragically in … Continue reading

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