A New Creation 1

A NEW CREATION

A NEW CREATION

BRIAN SHULER | TRANSFORMED | RIGHT THINKING | SAINTS | HOLINESS | RENEWED | ROMANS 12:2

Romans 12:2 – “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” Have your thoughts been transformed by the word of God? Has your way of thinking been renewed? If your attitude toward the church is that you get to critique and compare and find something you like… if you think of yourself more as a sinner saved by grace than a saint called to holiness… you need your thinking renewed.

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Lessons from the Life of Saint Patrick 2 – The Rescue of Europe

LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF SAINT PATRICK

LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF SAINT PATRICK 2 - THE RESCUE OF EUROPE

JAKE STIMPSON | SAINT PATRICK | IRELAND | MISSIONS | MONKS | CHURCH HISTORY | CELTIC CHRISTIANITY

What happened in Europe after Saint Patrick brought the Gospel to Ireland is one of the most fascinating stories in all of history. The Roman Empire had collapsed. Barbarian tribes had demolished cities, burned crops, destroyed libraries, and chased away the military, government officials, philosophers, teachers, and priests. European civilization was on the brink of collapse. But along came the Irish monks, preaching the Good News and a love of learning. “Monks began to set off in every direction, bent on glorious and heroic exile for the sake of Christ. They were warrior-monks, of course, and certainly not afraid of whatever monsters they might meet.” It is because of the hard work of these Irish monks – some of them a bit crazy – that European civilization survived and Christianity spread to countless unreached Barbarian tribes.

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Lessons from the Life of Saint Patrick 1 – The Transformation of Ireland

LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF SAINT PATRICK

LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF SAINT PATRICK 1 - THE TRANSFORMATION OF IRELAND

JAKE STIMPSON | SAINT PATRICK | IRELAND | MISSIONS | EVANGELISM | REVIVAL | CHURCH HISTORY

He baptized over 120,000 people and planted 300 churches in a dark, violent foreign culture. He confronted paganism, superstition, witchcraft, and idolatry. He faced down cruel barbarian warlords and rebuked fierce slave traders. Because of him, an island nation found peace, prosperity and purpose. Who was this man? None other than Saint Patrick, a courageous and bold ambassador for Christ.

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Preaching the Gospel 8 – Tools, Tips, and Tracts

PREACHING THE GOSPEL

PREACHING THE GOSPEL 8 - TOOLS, TIPS, & TRACTS

JAKE STIMPSON | VISION | PREACHING THE GOSPEL | EVANGELISM | STYLES | TYPES | TRACTS

In the Welsh Revival of 1901, over 1 million people were added to the Kingdom of God. Whole cities were transformed. Churches were packed. Bars closed. Crime vanished. Police had nothing to do so they traveled the country in Gospel quartets. And the most amazing thing of all is that this transformation came in large part from unknown and unnamed men and women of God who simply preached the Gospel however they could, people like the illiterate farmer’s wife who led 70 neighbors to Jesus. Today, we wrap up the “Preaching the Gospel” portion of the Cornerstone Vision with “Tools, Tips, and Tracts.”

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