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SERMONS & MEDIA ON FELLOWSHIP

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FELLOWSHIP SERMON OUTLINES

by Ernest Easley

It takes a lot of grace and grit to keep the fellowship together. Everything we do around here hinges on our fellowship. That's why we read in 1 Corinthians 1.10, ''Now I plead with you, brethren, by the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, that you all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly joined together in the same mind and...

by Jerry Vines

The greatest privilege any human being can ever have is to have fellowship with God, so we will talk about that tonight in first John. But now this morning, The Church: It's Fellowship. Paul says in these verses, I thank my God upon every remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making request with joy for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until...

by Jesse Hendley

There are four chapters in the Book of Philippians. You know, it is rather difficult to outline this book. Someone has well said,''You don't outline a love-letter; you just read it and enjoy it.'' And so it is with Philippians. Yet there are certain great truths here, consistent in the thinking of the writer Paul, and he brings out one theme: it is the word ''mind.'' You know, God...

by Stan Coffey

This morning, I would like to invite you to look inside your bulletin for a leaflet like this, and you will notice the outline of the message for today: Growing Strong Through Fellowship.We have been talking for some weeks now about how to grow in the Christian life, and particularly about discipleship. You see again on your outline the disciple's...

by Zach Terry

In our day the dominant aspect of a church service may be preaching, it may be singing, in some circles it may be the exercise of spiritual gifts. In the early church, the dominant aspect of the service was a meal. Remember that Jesus instituted the Lord's Supper in the context of an actual meal...

by Stephen Whitney

It was ''fellowship'' that brought the village tinker John Bunyan, the future writer of Pilgrim's Progress, to faith in Christ. In his book Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, he recalls being a lost young man who became interested in Christ by overhearing the conversation of a group of village women enjoying fellowship. He wrote, ''Upon a day, the good providence...

by Joe Alain

The book of Philippians shows believers what true biblical fellowship looks like and the difference that it can make in our lives. The Philippian church was a good church, a healthy church, a joyful church. And one of the reasons was because they had a strong sense of fellowship. Biblical fellowship builds up a church, makes a church effective and thereby joyful...

by Ron Dunn

The basic difference between the Christian and the non-Christian, between a saved person and a lost person, is not the absence of sin but rather is THE ATTITUDE TOWARD SIN.. When God saves a person this does not necessarily mean that this person will no longer make any mistakes. This does not mean that the sinful nature has been eradicated and that he will never sin again...

by Eddie Snipes

In today's modern church, true fellowship is often lacking. As group dynamics takes place, people naturally form into groups. This is plainly observed both in and out of the church. This point was driven home during a recent conference I attended. Three hundred and seventy-five Christian writers assembled together for five days, and I was amazed at how easy it was to...

by Lenny Ports

Jesus has purchased us, ransomed us, and redeemed us. And now we belong to Him. We are no longer ours but His! This is the very essence of Christianity - that God came to seek and save sinners. He rescued us from the mess we were in. We were destined for destruction and death but Jesus the Son of God died a cruel...