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New Life Baptist Church | College Station Sermons

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For the Sake of the Name

Guest preacher Steve Doyle explains the ground, goal and gain of missions efforts as seen in 3rd John.

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For the Sake of the Name

For the Church's Sake

This week we learn that part of being a messy church means enacting church discipline when necessary for the church's sanctification and glory of the Lord. Church discipline is difficult, but it is worth it.

-1 s1 w ago
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For the Church's Sake

Imitate, Don't Idolize

Imitation is seen as the sincerest form of flattery, and it's also seen as annoying in some contexts. But imitation is one of the ways we learn anything in life - from sports to art to music to learning to speak. The problem in Corinth was...

-1 s2 w ago
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Imitate, Don't Idolize

One Team, No Superstars

On God's team, there are no superstars - just role players completing their assignments. Paul planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth. Paul laid a foundation, and other teachers are building on it. Every player is just doing his...

-1 s3 w ago
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One Team, No Superstars

The Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit

Paul has just reminded the Corinthians that he didn't rely on human wisdom or gimmicks of any kind when he came to Corinth - he simply proclaimed Jesus Christ and him crucified. And he did so in the power of the Holy Spirit, relying on him to...

-1 sSEP 22
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The Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit

Faithful Heralds of the Gospel

We learn that as the people of God we are to be heralds of the Good News. Our job is to present the King's message to the King's people without distortion or distraction.

-1 sSEP 16
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Faithful Heralds of the Gospel

Fools for Christ

We are constantly tempted to change the message of the Gospel to win the approval of others because we fear man. We are afraid of being thought of as fools, and we are tempted to be embarrassed of the foolishness of the Gospel. However, in the...

-1 sSEP 9
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Fools for Christ

Subtract the Division

Paul dives into the first major problem facing the Corinthian, which was division - and specifically, division over the human leaders they followed (or didn't follow). Three groups centered around Paul, Apollos, and Peter, while one group...

-1 sSEP 2
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Subtract the Division

Hope for Messy Churches

As we launch our new series for the year, "Messy Church: 1st Corinthians", we will be introduced to the church in Corinth and we will be reminded that although every church is messy, God is in the business of transforming messy churches into...

-1 sAUG 26
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Hope for Messy Churches

Lost & Found

The scribes and Pharisees are grumbling because Jesus "receives sinners and eats with them." As a result, Jesus speaks three parables on lostness. We'll consider our calling, as Jesus' disciples, to be under-shepherds for the...

-1 sAUG 18
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Lost & Found

Latest Episodes

For the Sake of the Name

Guest preacher Steve Doyle explains the ground, goal and gain of missions efforts as seen in 3rd John.

-1 s1 d ago
Comments
For the Sake of the Name

For the Church's Sake

This week we learn that part of being a messy church means enacting church discipline when necessary for the church's sanctification and glory of the Lord. Church discipline is difficult, but it is worth it.

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
For the Church's Sake

Imitate, Don't Idolize

Imitation is seen as the sincerest form of flattery, and it's also seen as annoying in some contexts. But imitation is one of the ways we learn anything in life - from sports to art to music to learning to speak. The problem in Corinth was...

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Imitate, Don't Idolize

One Team, No Superstars

On God's team, there are no superstars - just role players completing their assignments. Paul planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth. Paul laid a foundation, and other teachers are building on it. Every player is just doing his...

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
One Team, No Superstars

The Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit

Paul has just reminded the Corinthians that he didn't rely on human wisdom or gimmicks of any kind when he came to Corinth - he simply proclaimed Jesus Christ and him crucified. And he did so in the power of the Holy Spirit, relying on him to...

-1 sSEP 22
Comments
The Transforming Power of the Holy Spirit

Faithful Heralds of the Gospel

We learn that as the people of God we are to be heralds of the Good News. Our job is to present the King's message to the King's people without distortion or distraction.

-1 sSEP 16
Comments
Faithful Heralds of the Gospel

Fools for Christ

We are constantly tempted to change the message of the Gospel to win the approval of others because we fear man. We are afraid of being thought of as fools, and we are tempted to be embarrassed of the foolishness of the Gospel. However, in the...

-1 sSEP 9
Comments
Fools for Christ

Subtract the Division

Paul dives into the first major problem facing the Corinthian, which was division - and specifically, division over the human leaders they followed (or didn't follow). Three groups centered around Paul, Apollos, and Peter, while one group...

-1 sSEP 2
Comments
Subtract the Division

Hope for Messy Churches

As we launch our new series for the year, "Messy Church: 1st Corinthians", we will be introduced to the church in Corinth and we will be reminded that although every church is messy, God is in the business of transforming messy churches into...

-1 sAUG 26
Comments
Hope for Messy Churches

Lost & Found

The scribes and Pharisees are grumbling because Jesus "receives sinners and eats with them." As a result, Jesus speaks three parables on lostness. We'll consider our calling, as Jesus' disciples, to be under-shepherds for the...

-1 sAUG 18
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Lost & Found