Sermons – PDACFamily

Sermons – PDACFamily
By Paramount Church
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Episodes (Total: 55 / Page: 1)
Oct. 15, 2017
Baptism is a significant means of God's grace that affirms and empowers a follower of Jesus. The post Baptism – Sign, Seal & Spirit (Mk 1:9-11) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Oct. 8, 2017
Disciples who heed the word of Jesus will experience fruit in their lives. The post Heeding Leads to Harvest (Mark 4:1-34) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Oct. 1, 2017
We are called to be apprentices of Jesus, spending time with him and learning from him so that we might do the will of the Father as he does. The post Apprentices of Jesus (Mk 3:7-35) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Sept. 24, 2017
Jesus modeled the importance of compassion in the proclamation of the Gospel. The post The Hands and Feet of Christ (Mt 9) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Sept. 18, 2017
Jesus claims divine authority over the Sabbath and demonstrates that Sabbath keeping is about seeking restorative good for yourself and others. The post Master of the Sabbath (Mk 2:23-3:6) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Sept. 10, 2017
Jesus initiates new beginnings. He has divine authority to forgive, to heal and to reconcile people with God. The post New Beginnings (Mk 2:1-22) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Sept. 3, 2017
Jesus' call to follow him is challenging: he is asking for allegiance, apprenticeship, and participation in his community. The post Who Is Jesus to Ask Us to Follow? (Mark 1) appeared first on PDACFamily.
Aug. 27, 2017
Success is not measured by outcomes but by faithfully serving the other. The post Who is Your Neighbour (Lk 10)? appeared first on PDACFamily.
Aug. 20, 2017
In this series we have discussed how following Jesus will mean that we will face opposition because we belong to him. This week we examine the right (and wrong) reasons why we may face opposition as well as the role that worship has in our experience of God in the middle of our suffering. The post For All the Right Reasons appeared first on PDACFamily.
Aug. 13, 2017
As followers of Christ, we ought not be surprised when we face opposition because we belong to Jesus. Instead we can be confident of God meeting us in our experience of opposition.  The post Good From Bad appeared first on PDACFamily.
Aug. 6, 2017
In the body, every believer needs the spiritual ministry of other believers so that they can more fully experience God's presence. The post God’s Presence (1Co 12) appeared first on PDACFamily.
July 30, 2017
Disciples can be assured of the Lord's pleasure by investigating all he has given them to engage in the good work he has prepared for them. The post Kingdom Capital (Mt 25:14-30) appeared first on PDACFamily.
July 18, 2017
Following Jesus means that we are going to face opposition. When we find ourselves facing push back because we are faithful to Christ, this is when Jesus says that we are blessed and that the Kingdom is ours.  The post The Blessing of Opposition appeared first on PDACFamily.
July 9, 2017
Jesus doesn't try to sell us on the perks of following him. He lays out the fine print and challenges us to count the cost of saying "yes" to him. In this message think about what it means to count the cost and follow him into the life of the Kingdom.  The post Saying “Yes” to Jesus appeared first on PDACFamily.
July 2, 2017
Key to giving to God's work is the heart of the giver. The post A Giving Heart (Lk 21:1-4) appeared first on PDACFamily.
June 18, 2017
What we owe in other areas of life, whether that be financial or otherwise, is informed first by our relationship with God. The post Paying to all, all that we owe (Lk 20:20-26) appeared first on PDACFamily.
June 4, 2017
True riches in the form of spiritual blessings and giftings have been distributed to advance God's good work.
May 28, 2017
Giving to the poor expresses Jesus' heart and untangles ours from the impediment of greed.
May 21, 2017
Jesus challenges his followers to be astute with their wealth and to use it to express their worship of God by being generous, honest and good stewards.
May 16, 2017
In Matthew 28:18-20, Jesus gives his disciples the important task of continuing the work of the Kingdom that he initiated through making disciples. This mission flows out of the complete authority and presence of the resurrected Jesus.