Not a Fan: Everyone’s Invited

Have you ever felt out of place or like you don’t belong?

What about at church or as a Christian, Have you ever felt like you were not good enough?

Being a follower is not about trying, but dying.

Jesus says, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me.”  Luke 9:23

All are invited, but not everyone chooses to follow.

Are you a fan or a follower?

Check out this Sermon preached at ChapelNext, Ft Campbell, KY as part of the NOT A FAN series.

Acts 28 Paul in Rome

Final sermon in Acts series “To the end of the Earth” preached at Chapel next FT Campbell, KY. 

Take a look at what God is doing and what He is calling you to do.   

Take a look at the book of Acts and see God’s hand at work accomplishing His purposes.  Through the story line of Acts you will see that God will do, whatever He wants to do, with whoever He wants to do it with. 

If God can use Saul, a man driven to estinguish the light of the Gospel and change his name and world upside down.  Paul became of man who was a spark that would ignite a fire for the Gospel in Rome and to the end of the world.  Paul’s world was turned upside down and the impact of his life and letters can be felt today. 

If God can use Paul, imagine what He can do through you.  Check out this message today!

Acts 16-20 Paul’s Second Missionary Journey

Originally preached at Chapel Next FT Campbell, in a series on the second half of the book of Acts entitled “To the End of the Earth.”   This sermon discusses them taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth in Paul’s second missionary Journey found in Acts 116-20.  Even through conflict the Gospel spreads.  One of the principles discussed was Go where you know and let the Spirit flow.  The sermon also concludes with a baptism celebration!

Ephesians 6:10-20 The Armor of God

Sermon originally preached at Chapel Next Fort Campbell as part of series through Ephesians.  The sermon is on the famous  “Armor of God” passage in Ephesians 6:10-20.  What does it mean to put on the full armor of God?

We also have a video on the topic in our media section check it out!  Click here

Ephesians 4:17-24 Clothed with Righteousness

Sermon Originally preached at Chapel Next FT Campbell during a sermon series on the book of Ephesians.  The passage was Ephesians 4:17-24.  The key idea I was looking at was Paul was saying take off darkness and put on light.  I was wearing a muddy shirt and took it off at the end to symbolize  us removing our rags and replacing them with the righteousness of Christ.

 

Acts 11-14 Paul’s First Missionary Journey

Originally preached at Chapel Next FT Campbell, in a series on the second half of the book of Acts entitled “To the End of the Earth.” Jesus’ last words to his disciples in Acts 1:8 was, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”  This sermon discusses them taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth in Paul’s first missionary Journey found in Acts 11:19-14:28.

OTC Sermon #18 – The Fall of Jerusalem & Exile (2 Kings 25)

How the Mighty haven fallen!  We have see many kings rise and fall.  They people have turned away from God and now their temple is destroyed.  A lot of questions fill the air:  Now what? What are we going to do?  How could this happen to me?  Is God still with us?  Does God care?

We see through the exile, God is still with his people.  They turned away from Him.  But God never turned from them.  He is faithful to His people.  The Prophets continue to call the people to God and point to the promise of the Messiah.

 

OTC Sermon #16 – Solomon: Extreme Folly

Have you ever known someone who started off great but didn’t end well?  What would it take for the wisest man in the world to fall into a pattern of foolishness?  In this message we take a look the trapping of Power, Money, and Sex.  A man who was given so much by God, but was lured away serving other gods.  We will look at for steps to downward spiral and begin to see why Solomon was directionally challenged.  Check out this message!