This Sunday we looked at Herod in Luke 9. Who was Herod and what was his tetrachy? See the links for more about this ruler of Galilee!
This week's sermon continues the series on Biblical Leadership in Luke 9. The focus is on people who just don't seem to get you or your ministry. Can you relate? Here are some notes for Sunday.
Luke9:7 Now Herod the tetrarch heard about all that was happening, and he was perplexed, because it was said by some that John had been raised from the dead,8 by some that Elijah had appeared, and by others that one of the prophets of old had risen. 9 Herod said, “John I beheaded, but who is this about whom I hear such things?” And he sought to see him.
II. So What?
A. In ministry, certain ________ will come your way.
B. These people stand to ________ _____ ___________ of your ministry.
C. These people ________ you from _________ the people who need you.
III. How to Minister to Those Who Just Don’t Seem to Get It...
As we begin our new series on Biblical Leadership based on Luke 9, we pause to ask you, "What does CCM mean to you?" What qualities or characteristics do you value? What do we do well and what could we do better? Where is God leading us as our next step in our journey of showing Christ to Mooresville and elsewhere? Please share your thoughts and ideas! Thanks!
The Community Church of Mooresville wishes you a Happy Independence Day 2017! Enjoy a safe and happy holiday with your friends and family.
If you heard Tom's special message on Sunday, he talked about making a difference in someone's life. He used the illustration of Teddy Stoddard, a little boy who grew up to be a doctor because of his 5th grade teacher's influence. This fictional story has been around for many years, but it still rings true. God can make a difference in our lives and we can let His light and Spirit shine through us as we make Jesus Christ visible to this world. How will you make a difference today?
Randy Weddle pastors the Community Church of Mooresville in Mooresville, Indiana