A Brave Little Girl
Some of the greatest acts of bravery come from the most unlikely people in the most awkward situations. A single conversation from a kidnapped servant girl sets into motion a chain of events that leads a military commander to find faith in the one true God.
Bravery Brought Joy to a City
Philip’s bravery in share to gospel changed a city. Samaria was full of demonic oppression, sickness, and disease. Joy and laughter follow Philip through the Samarian streets as it should today, for the Gospel is good news.
The Spirit Works Through The Brave
Following the Spirit’s prompting takes bravery, timing is everything. Philip shares the gospel at just the right moment, and a stranger becomes a brother.
The Brave Make Converts
God is full of surprises, saving those who are farthest from him. Through a brave prayer God teaches Ananias a powerful lesson; never write anyone off as too far gone, especially the future Apostle Paul.
Why We Must Be Brave
If no one is brave enough to share the gospel, no one will be saved, for faith comes by hearing God’s word. When was the last time outside of church someone shared enough of the gospel with you that you could be saved? Cowardice is of the devil; therefore we must be brave and tell the lost about Jesus.
Entrusted with a Message & Ministry
Telling the lost, they need to be reconciled to God takes guts and passion. God is making his plea for the lost to be saved through us. The ministry God has entrusted to us is a ministry of reconciliation. We must share the gospel to accomplish this mission.
Brave Enough to Invest
Jesus teaches his disciples the importance of managing God’s resources well in investing in his kingdom. In this sermon, Pastor Robbey challenges our congregation to use their resources to help others in the kingdom of God.
Our Big Desire For You
Even though Paul’s ministry was primarily to the Gentiles his heart was for his people. The salvation of our family and friends should be our highest concern and earnest prayer.