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SERMONS & MEDIA ON THE BIG GAME

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THE BIG GAME SERMON OUTLINES

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: According to Forrest Gump's mama, "Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what your're gonna get." I say "Life is like football!" I am not the first to say "life is like football." Southern humorist Lewis Grizzard put it this way, "The game of life is a lot like football. You have to tackle your problems, block your fears, and score your points when you get the opportunity." The legendary coach, Vince Lombardi...

by James Merritt

We are in a series of messages we are calling, ''All-In'' because a whole-hearted Savior is not interested in half-hearted followers. Our theme verse is, ''And he said to all, 'If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me.''' (Luke 9:23, ESV) You really shouldn't expect God to expect anything less. When God sent Jesus Christ He went all-in. When Jesus died on the cross He went all-in. Jesus gave all of His life for us and...

by Jeff Schreve

Well, if you have your Bible, please turn to 1st Thessalonians chapter 5. We've been in a series for the last, couple of months on the Book of 1st Thessalonians. Actually, we're doing 1st and 2nd Thessalonians. Tonight, we finish up the first book, and we're going to look at the last few verses of chapter 5 in a message I've entitled, "The Name of the Game." Now, when you think of the phrase, the name of the game, there's an idiom in...

by Jeff Lynn

This morning we are looking at being good managers of our spiritual gift. Our primary text is 1 Peter 4:10-11. This is sort of the "overarching passage" when it comes to spiritual gifts. Let's look and see what the Apostle Peter has to say about this topic: TEXT: 1 Peter 4:10-11. When Peter says "as each has received a gift", what is he talking...

by J. Gerald Harris

When I went to the Southern Baptist Convention in Orlando, Florida, in June of 1994, I had only been the pastor at Eastside for two weeks. I was standing with a friend of mine at the convention center when he spotted Bryant and Ann Wright coming toward us from some distance away. My friend gestured in the direction of Bryant and said, "Look, here comes your competition." Within a matter of seconds, Bryant and I were face to...

by Curt Dodd

Being part of a team is very important. In fact, when we are a member of a team that works together, we can accomplish more than we can accomplish all alone. It works like that in business, and in our homes, not to mention our churches as well. In a day and time where so many partners in marriages both carrying a bread winning model, it is important that a family learn to work together as a team. It is important that a business learn to work together as a team, and it is just as...

by Jeff Strite

Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 tells us ''Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: If one falls down, his friend can help him up. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up! Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone? Though one may be overpowered...

by Frank Damazio

Building a Team of Teams Culture by Frank Damazio
The culture of team leadership is layered with the values, beliefs, and behaviors of the leaders who are building and implementing a leadership culture. The leadership style and philosophy of the key leader and leaders will shape the culture of how leadership is applied. The team of teams culture is built from the core principles and philosophy of...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: These verses give us a tremendous challenge of living the life that is consistent with the doctrine (teaching) we have claimed to believe. A faith that does not express itself in our attitude, our words, and our actions is not New Testament faith. James declares that ‘‘faith without works is dead.’’ (James 2:20), meaning that a faith that brings salvation is a faith that produces evidence in our lives...

by Adrian Rogers

Take your bibles please and turn to First Corinthians 1. Last Sunday we spoke on conquering through the cross and we spoke of the work of the cross, the word of the cross and the way of the cross and we left our reading in verse twenty five. Now we will begin our reading in verse twenty six. And our subject matter this morning will be a message that I brought...