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Whatever Gains I Had

Posted in Jesus, discipleship, follow me by LifeSpringChurch on May 27th, 2018

This sermon comes from Philippians 3:7-11 in which Paul discusses how his priorities changed when he started following Jesus.

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Welcome Mat

Posted in Jesus, follow me, evangelism by LifeSpringChurch on July 2nd, 2017

Matthew 10 is called by some "the limited commission" - because Jesus sent his disciples out to a limited audience, the Jews.  In this commission, Jesus also limits the self-control that the disciples might otherwise have exercised on such a venture.  The sermon looks at 5 principles from this commission that generalize to our own context.

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What does discipleship look like?

Posted in discipleship, follow me, calling, disciples by LifeSpringChurch on October 12th, 2015

This is the last sermon in a series on discipleship, and in it we look at Paul's assertion that Jesus surmounts everything else in the world in importance.  Jesus said that there is a certain burden associated with following him, but it is light in comparison to every other path we might take.

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Jesus Is Calling YOU

Posted in discipleship, follow me, disciples by LifeSpringChurch on October 12th, 2015

This sermon begins with the telling of the story of Scheherazade and her conversion to Christianity.  Dietrich Bonhoeffer went to a firing squad in Hitler's prisons because of his commitment to following Jesus alone.  The sermon looks at what Jesus expects of his followers.

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Dumbing-Down Discipleship

Posted in discipleship, follow me, disciples by LifeSpringChurch on October 12th, 2015

This sermon looks at the tendency human beings have of lowering the expectations we have for what it means to be a disciple of Jesus.  Clearly, Jesus intends for us to give our whole selves to the role of being his followers.

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Follow Me

Posted in discipleship, follow me, calling, apostles by LifeSpringChurch on January 25th, 2015

This sermon comes from Mark 1:14-20 and takes a look at Jesus' call to his 12 disciples to follow him.  The sermon cautions identifying our own wants and desires as being "call" instead of the authentic and often difficult call of God.

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