Sermons

"As a man thinks in his heart so is he." Prov. 23:7. Therefore it is imperative to receive good instruction in the Word so that we may have our hearts transformed to think like God thinks. The Bible tells us, "be not conformed to this world, but be transformed!" It then tells us how; "by the renewing of our minds." Rom 12:2. Our job is to get the Word in us, and then the Word will do the work. But this happens only when we understand it correctly! That is why the Lord gave us gifted and anointed teachers in the body of Christ; To effectively sow His Word into us. Though the world throws it’s problems at us, the Word of God teaches us how to face each and every situation of life and to do so victoriously and with Joy. The Lord did not say that we just have to put up with the problems in the world. He said that "We are to be more than conquerors through Him who loved us!" Rom. 8:37 As we hear the Word through anointed teaching, it comes alive inside of us and begins the transformation process. Hallelujah! Good teaching brings life! Good teaching will set you free! Come sit under the teaching at Agathos, and you can be assured to see more victory and more joy in every aspect of your life!

8/17/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio Blog Post

Second part of a message on what the New Testament teaches about confession. When we sin, our sin comes as new news to us, but not to God. Remember that God saw it all and paid for it all in His Son. Thank God for what He has given you as a gift - right standing with Him (righteousness)! (Romans 5:17)

8/10/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio Blog Post

First part of a message on what the New Testament teaches about confession. Many believers think we must confess our sins to God in order to "be reconciled" to Him. While there is nothing wrong with wanting to do that, it is not necessary according to the New Testament and actually can serve to perpetuate a "sin focus" for the believer wanting to "stay right" with God. While we need to confess our sin and thereby our need for a savior to receive salvation (1 Jn 1:9) and confess our transgressions to one another in order to be restored relationally to each other (James 5:16), God has already dealt with ALL of our sin from His perspective and simply needs us to believe in what Jesus did on the Cross on our behalf!

8/3/14
- Peter DeWitt
Audio

As believers, one of our greatest calls is to bring the Kingdom of God to this earth! We all were born with a deep, abiding hunger for that call. Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done - a hunger for the great commission! But "a satisfied soul loathes the honeycomb, but to a hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet.” (Prov. 27:7) So the question is, "how hungry are YOU?"

7/27/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio Blog Post

There is no more important message than the message of grace. The truth of grace is the foundation on which all other truth is built. Unfortunately very few children of God have a solid foundation in grace. This message is a SUMMARY MESSAGE on grace that Pastor Brad Ettore gave at Christian Fellowship Church. Worth a review for all of us!

7/20/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio

Brad concludes his sermon on the Person of the Holy Spirit - HE IS GOD!

7/13/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio

The Holy Spirit is the Power of God to create, sustain and raise to life!

7/6/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio

You are the temple of the Holy Spirit. He lives in you, and wants to work out of you.

6/29/14
- Peter DeWitt
Audio Blog Post

We will be judged by our production, not by our consumption. Our identity as the righteous of God in Christ is meant to embolden us to step up and produce. When we think of ourselves as unrighteous, we avoid action - trying to make ourselves right first. But "the just shall live by faith!" Those that know they're righteous are as bold as a lion! Step out of the the classroom and onto the field!

6/15/14
- Peter DeWitt
Audio

Different perspectives of fatherhood and how they apply to us all.

6/15/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio

Living a life of holiness by the working of the Holy Spirit.

6/11/14
- Brad Ettore
Audio

Why and how to practically integrate Bible study into your daily life.

6/1/14
- Mark Crawford
Audio

The Kingdom of God is one of abundance. God does not lack in any area. Neither should we.

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