Posts Tagged ‘evangelism’

Pastor Ron Lewis: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.

This week as Pastor Ron continues his series, “Spiritual Warfare,” we look at what it means to take up the sword of the Spirit.  How can we be prepared to fight the spiritual battles that lie before us?


d.  How does it work on the spiritual battlefield…?                  



e.  What does it mean to take it up…?



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Take up the Sword of the Spirit

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Brian Warne: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.

Colossians 4:2-6  This week we are honored to have Brian Warne our missionary to Mexico bringing our message. Do you sometimes miss opportunities to share Christ with others?  Brian helps us understand that we are to proclaim Christ to the lost world around us.  This is not optional and it is for all of us who call ourselves Christians.

Please click on the link below to listen to this very inspiring message.

Proclaim Christ!

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Pastor Ron Lewis: Faith Bible Church, Warren, Pa.



Acts 2:37-42  Pastor Ron Lewis concludes, “The Sermon that Launched the Church,”series in this section of scripture.

When the Jews heard Peter preach they were convicted that they had really done something horrible by killing the Messiah.  They wondered what that should do now, and Peter told them to repent and be baptized.  The Church was launched with 3000 new believers.


C. Peter’s Conclusion (V37-42)


  1. The People’s Conviction V37
  2.  Peter’s Appeal V38-40
  3.  The People’s Response V41
  4.  The Church’s Practice V42

Please click on the link below to listen to this wonderful Easter sermon.
The Ingathering


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Ephesians 5:8  Pastor Ron explains to us who we were before we were saved and who we are after salvation. We are as different as night and day.  What does the word sanctification mean?  Also, do you think a person can make themselves into a Christian by living a certain way?  These questions and more are answered in this wonderful sermon.


A.  Who you were and who you are…(V8a)                         ephesians5_8



B.  How you’re to walk…(V8b)

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Darkness And Light

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Factors That Contribute to Your Growth as a Christian
By Adrienne Carlson

If you are a Christian, I’m sure you feel blessed to be one. The oneness you enjoy with God is compounded when you grow as a Christian through the years. And the factors that contribute to your growth as a true Christian are:

1.  Faith: To be close to Jesus, you must have absolute faith in his teachings and the way of life that he has advocated through the Bible. You must believe that he is the one and only true God, the one who is responsible for all that we are and all that we are blessed with.

2.  Obedience: Once we accept that Jesus is our Christ and savior, we must obey his word without question. Only then can we prove that we are growing spiritually as Christians. The Bible teaches us certain values, all of which are reinforced when we go to church regularly and listen to the word of God.

3.  Acceptance: Being a true Christian means accepting who we are and all that has been given to us in life. While we can try to do all we can to uplift our status, we grow as Christians when we accept our lot without complaining or blaming other people for our troubles and miseries.

4.  Forgiveness: This is probably one of the hardest acts to perform, but as a Christian who wants to grow, you must be able to forgive even those who have wronged you grievously, because only when you are able to forgive are you able to let go of the past and grow as a Christian. Conduct: The way you behave in your interactions with other people and in various situations defines how you grow as a Christian. A good Christian abides by the values that the Bible has taught us in every little part of their lives.

5.  Evangelism: When you grow as a Christian, you want to spread the word to the whole world. You must teach the word of Christ to people who are not aware of his goodness and mercy. And to do this, you must know how to approach people and talk to them without hurting their sentiments. Evangelism does not imply force; rather, you grow as a Christian when you are able to spread the word of God and tell people of his greatness through your actions.

This guest article was written by Adrienne Carlson, who regularly writes on the topic of online Bible Colleges.    Adrienne welcomes your comments and questions.

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