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Nehemiah

We live in a world of “do it yourself.” But there are some things in life that are not “do it yourself.” Nehemiah lives the truth that we need God as well as each other in the church to accomplish what God is calling us to do. There is so much in our personal lives and in the world around us that is broken. Nehemiah encourages us to get off our duff, to ask the Lord what he want us to do about it, and then get to work!

In this series we’ll share the importance of leadership, prayer, courage, humility, and hard work in repairing the “broken walls” in our homes, in our relationships with our neighbors, in our community, and in our world.

“So the wall was completed on the twenty-fifth of Elul, in fifty-two days. When all our enemies heard about this, all the surrounding nations were afraid and lost their self-confidence, because they realized that this work had been done with the help of our God.” Nehemiah 6:15-16

July 5-6 A Broken Heart Over Broken Walls Nehemiah 1
As we look at what is going on in our country, our hearts are broken by the brokenness of what we see. Why do we, as God’s people, seem to have so little impact on our world today? God open our eyes to see what we must strive to accomplish in order to see change that will glorify him.
July 11-13 God’s Hand, My Heart Nehemiah 2:1-20
Nehemiah: How do I make sure that my vision is really God’s vision? I’m going to start with prayer. Then based on what God has revealed to me in his Word, I’m going to act on what I see is the right thing to do and trust that God will give me success.
July 18-20 Opposition Nehemiah 4
When we engage in serving God, opposition from Satan is unavoidable. The devil uses many tactics, but his opposition will not stop the work of the church because the Lord fights for his people. Nehemiah’s response: “Pray, pray, pray and work!”
July 25-27 Building Unity Through Generosity Nehemiah 5
What could possibly be so serious, so destructive to God’s people, that Nehemiah would call off rebuilding the wall until it was resolved? Greed, oppression, and indifference among the people of God had to be replaced by a unifying generosity before the work could continue.
August 1-3 People of the Book Nehemiah 8
Spiritual reformation begins with humble submission to the word of God.
August 8-10 The People Confess Their Sin Nehemiah 9
Confession of sin is the result of honesty about who God is and who we are. When we remember God’s perfections and power, we recognize the wickedness of our sin and seek salvation only through the mercy of God in Jesus Christ.
August 15-17 Revival and Recommitment Nehemiah 9:38-10:39
When God revives his people, they respond in grace-filled recommitment. They make the appropriate connections between their sins and the difficulties of their lives, and then commit to change, being distinct from the world by living in love.
August 22-24 Dedication and Celebration Nehemiah 12:27-47
God blesses his people with joy and gladness when they thankfully remember what he’s done for them.
August 29-31 Re-Reform Nehemiah 13
An experience of renewal doesn’t mean our work is over. The pull of the world to compromise never lets up. We must never stop, humbly but zealously, holding each other accountable to the commands of God’s word.

Sermon Series Archive

Each sermon series below includes a “Big Idea” overview and a weekly breakdown of Scripture references and points of emphasis. Go here if you are looking for the actual sermon documents.

Invisible Suitcases
Invisible Suitcases
Words With Friends
Words With Friends
Resurrection: Easter Impact
Resurrection: Easter Impact
People of the Passion
People of the Passion
Profile
Profile
A Long Time Coming
A Long Time Coming
Legacy
Legacy
Stuck?
Stuck?
Saturate
Saturate
Good ? - Honest Answer
Good ? - Honest Answer
Modern Family
Modern Family
Stonework

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Stonework
Pierced
Pierced
Buried Treasure
Buried Treasure