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July 2012

Carpe Diem – Seize the Day!

Seize the Day!  Ecclesiates 1:1-8 Sermon Notes

Themes for Spiritual Growth Part Two

Join us as Drew Paterson, Elder and Chaplain (US Army Reserves) concludes his message on Spiritual Growth. What it is, what it's not, and what it means to glorify God through our spiritual maturity.

Themes for Spiritual Growth Part One

The Westminster Catechism states that “The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” Glorifying God is the reason why everything that was made was made. In this two-part study, we will look at glorifying God as being the master key to spiritual growth but also explore practical ways to glorify God. We glorify God when we live our lives commensurate to our position in Christ and, in doing so, our lives are transformed from one level of glory to the next level of glory; this is spiritual growth (2 Corinthians 3:18).

The Gospel of Mark – For This Purpose

Have you ever been weary in the work of the ministry? Many times those who volunteer their time, talents and resources for ministry eagerly sign up but over time with no break, training, support or encouragement give up and give out. Burnout is often cited for the reason why believers choose to not be involved in the work of ministry. Where are the examples of people who grow weary in the work of the ministry but never of the work of ministry? How about the example of Christ? In this message Pastor Pete will share from Mark 1:29-39 one day in the life of Christ and how Christ battled fatigue, burn-out and the myriad never ending expectations of ministry. For those of you who volunteer your time don’t give up or grow weary in doing good, for those of you who for whatever reason have never given of your time, resources and talents in the work of the ministry maybe now would be a great time to sign up. After all, Ephesians 2:10 reminds us, “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.” How to give Pastor Pete and the office staff of MBC a heart attack: Call us this week and volunteer for ministry. (928-753-2370)

June 2012

The Gospel of Mark – Demons in the Church? Part Two

In this week’s message Pastor Pete gives the second part of the message: Demons in the Church from Mark’s Gospel chapter 1:21-28. (Exposing Cosmic Authorities; Expecting their Defeat) Three questions will be asked and answered: 1.) How do demons distract and disrupt believers in the church? 2.) How does Christ bring deliverance to His church from demonic activity? And lastly, 3.) How should believers and unbelievers alike respond to the work of Christ in His church?

A Found Son. A Father’s Joy.

Pastor Aaron shares a Father's Day message from the story of the prodigal son.

Faith, Fellowship and Intimate Talks

Please listen to Dr. Bert Downs, Executive Director of Southwest CBA, talk about Faith and Fellowship.

The Gospel of Mark – Demons in the Church?

This week Pastor Pete takes us into Mark 1:21-28 and the encounter Jesus had in the synagogue with a man demon possessed. In this message we will learn how demons distract and disrupt believers in the church, how Christ brings deliverance to His church from demon oppression and even possession and lastly how believers should respond to the work of Christ in His church. Greater is He who is in us than he (Satan and his demons) who are in the world. As believers we have no need to be afraid or intimidated with Satan and his demonic minions. Satan is alive and well doing his utmost to distract and disrupt the influence and power of God even within His church. Beware and be aware of demonic forces even within the church!

May 2012

The Gospel of Mark – Fishers of Men Part Two

In Part Two of Fishers for Men Pastor Pete reviews what was covered in Part One but proceeds with the seven suggested tips from the Pro – Jesus Christ on what questions need to be asked of a potential fisher of men. These seven principles speak to the simplicity of fishing and the complete and utter dependency on the Spirit of God to draw men to Himself through the fallible but redeemed agency of spirit-filled humans. Happy Fishing!

The Gospel of Mark – Fishers of Men

Have you ever wondered what Jesus meant in Mark 1:17, When Jesus said to them, ‘Come after Me, and I will make you become fishers of men?” How are men like fish and how would we catch them if we could? There are thousands of approaches to evangelism and fishing for men, what does the Bible say and how did Jesus do it? Learn the two schools of evangelism taught in this passage and the crash course on effective evangelism: LOOK, HOOK, BOOK and TOOK. Pastor Pete shares seven tips from the fishing pro: Jesus Christ on how He fished for men. Get your line, lures, bait and tackle box and let’s go fishing!