Sermons by Kyle Rye, Pulpit Minister

Sermons by Kyle Rye, Pulpit Minister

From Ordinary To Extraordinary

Sermon Handout According to Luke 6:12-16, Jesus spent an entire night in prayer before He selected twelve ORDINARY men to serve as His Apostles. He chose Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew (a.k.a. Nathanael), Matthew, Thomas, James the son of Alphaeus, Judas the son of James (a.k.a. Thaddeus), Simon the Zealot, and Judas Iscariot. With the exception of Judas Iscariot, these ORDINARY men did something EXTRAORDINARY—they “turned the world upside down” (Acts 17:6). Today we want to consider what we…
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Why? Series – Why do we have elders?

Sermon Handout Have you ever wondered why we adhere to certain beliefs or engage certain activities or uphold certain standards as a church? Understanding why we believe what we believe or why we do what we do is important because you cannot be a true follower if you do not know what you are following. This series will attempt to answer some “why” questions related to the beliefs and practices of the church so that all of us as followers…
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Why? Series – Why do we believe that salvation can be lost?

Sermon Handout Have you ever wondered why we adhere to certain beliefs or engage certain activities or uphold certain standards as a church? Understanding why we believe what we believe or why we do what we do is important because you cannot be a true follower if you do not know what you are following. This series will attempt to answer some “why” questions related to the beliefs and practices of the church so that all of us as followers…
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Why? Series – Why do we believe that baptism is essential to salvation?

Sermon Handout Have you ever wondered why we adhere to certain beliefs or engage certain activities or uphold certain standards as a church? Understanding why we believe what we believe or why we do what we do is important because you cannot be a true follower if you do not know what you are following. This series will attempt to answer some “why” questions related to the beliefs and practices of the church so that all of us as followers…
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Why? Series – Why do we believe that our church is the N.T. Church?

Sermon Handout Have you ever wondered why we adhere to certain beliefs or engage certain activities or uphold certain standards as a church? Understanding why we believe what we believe or why we do what we do is important because you cannot be a true follower if you do not know what you are following. This series will attempt to answer some “why” questions related to the beliefs and practices of the church so that all of us as followers…
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HANDS ON

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…
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THE FINISH LINE

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…
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DYING FOR A DRINK

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…

SPIRITUAL INTEGRITY

Sermon Handout John Wooden once said, “Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation. Your character is what you really are while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” His point was that character matters because character is who we are when no one is around. Outside of Christ, the greatest example of character in the Bible is a guy named Joseph, and in this lesson we examine 3 truths we learn about character from him.…
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ALONE IN THE DARK

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…

DEVOTED TO EVANGELISM

Sermon Handout Scriptures indicates that there is a pattern to be followed in the church that pertains to certain teachings and practices. Such a pattern is reveled in a brief description of the church that Luke provides for us (Acts 2:42-47). In these 6 narrative verses we discover 8 different practices or activities to which the early church “devoted themselves” and/or emphasized, providing for us a pattern to be followed. 42 And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the…
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TAKING CARE OF [FAMILY] BUSINESS

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…