Sermons and Notes
Sermons and Series
Xponential Jesus - Week 7
Exponential Grace Spreaders • March 17, 2018 • Pastor France Huezo
Last week Pastor Joseph redefined “Grace” as God influencing souls, turning them to Christ and kindling them to exercise the Christian virtues. In short, we learned that grace is God’s supernatural power operating in and through the believer. This week we will explore the purpose of Xponential Grace operating in and through us, and how we are to spread it.
Xponential Jesus - Week 6
Exponents of Grace • March 10, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
John 1:14 says, “And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth.” “Truth” refers to justice, righteousness and that which is in complete alignment with the will of the Father and the realities of the spiritual realm. Our focus in this teaching will be to better understand grace in the life of Christ and ourselves as exponents.
Xponential Jesus - Week 5
Exponents of Wisdom Part 2 • March 3, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
As exponents (disciples) of Christ, we exist to duplicate and multiply the life and character of Christ to the world around us. Peace and wisdom are characteristics of Christ that our world desperately needs to see increase exponentially and as we will learn today, are intrinsically connected.
Xponential Jesus - Week 4
Exponents of Wisdom • February 24, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
God wants it and the world needs it? What is it? The gospel, and the exponential spreading of the transforming and eternal power of faith in Jesus Christ. Faith in Christ is all the world needs both now and forever. We’ve learned of the need for the church to raise up as exponents of peace. In this teaching we’ll explore our capacity to be exponents of wisdom.
Xponential Jesus - Week 3
The Exponential Helper • February 17, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
Based on the words Jesus spoke of Himself, we know that He was an exponent of God the Father (Jn. 5:19, 8:29, 14:10). We also know that as born-again disciples of Christ, we are called to be His exponents. In accordance with the deﬁnition.But there will be no exponential growth without willing and active exponents (Mt. 24:14).
Xponential Jesus - Week 2
Discover Your Exponential Potential Part 2 • February 10, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
We’ve learned that an EXPONENT is more than a mathematical symbol. It’s also a person who believes in and promotes the truth; a gospeler, a disciple. The work of the Kingdom of God cannot go EXPONENTIAL without active EXPONENTS. Our objective in today’s teaching is to examine the words of Christ that give clear indication of our exponential potential and begin to understand how to apply it.
Xponential Jesus - Week 1
DISCOVER YOUR EXPONENTIAL POTENTIAL • February 3, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
In Acts 1:8 Jesus says, “but you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and even to the remotest part of the earth.” This plan for His church reveals the eXponential nature of nature of what the work of the Body of Christ should look like. **EXPONENTIAL** means **to increase and become more rapid**. For more than 2,000 years, the Gospel has been shared with multitudes, but there still remains work to be done and souls to be discipled in fulfillment of the Great Commission (Mt. 28:19).
[RE]Vision - Week 4
[RE]Vision Your Membership Part 2 • January 28, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
Throughout this time of [re]Vision we’ve learned the importance of having God’s vision for our individual lives and for the collective Body of Christ. In 1 Cor. 12, the Apostle Paul teaches us of the very intentional design and desire of God to place us all in the Body without competitiveness and discord. In today’s teaching we’ll learn the specifics of HOW to create unity in the Body of Christ through this God ordained [re]Vision.
[RE]Vision - Week 3
[RE]Vision Your Membership Part I • January 20, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
We’ve learned that the Children of Israel rejected God when they rejected His vision (Num. 14:11). They were focused on their own misguided individual visions. But Jesus prayed that we would be ONE. This means that our individual visions should be a part of the collective vision God has for the church. We’ll now look more closely at how our individual roles come together to fulfill the greater desire of God’s heart for the Body of Christ.
[RE]Vision - Week 2
The All-Included Vision • January 13, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
We have previously learned that many of the Children of Israel did not embrace God’s vision for their lives, but instead came up with a new vision and sought to fulfill it. This caused them to lose God’s favor and be forbidden to receive what He had promised them (Num. 14:36-45).
[RE]Vision - Week 1
The GOD VISION Prescription • January 6, 2018 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
The foresight of a God-inspired future. As Christians, it should be our desire to have GOD VISION. We should desire to see what He sees for ourselves and the world around us. God Vision is about much more than the function of our eyesight or imagination. Nearly everyone has that capacity, yet there are times when individuals see the exact same thing and interpret and them diﬀerently.
Climb or Crumble? Facing Life’s Mountains
December 31, 2017 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
In regards to mountains (problems, trials, and challenges in life) most believers only apply Matthew 17:20, “And He said to them, "Because of the littleness of your faith; for truly I say to you, if you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move; and nothing will be impossible to you.”
The People Behind the Promise
Christmas... Powered by The Holy Spirit • December 24, 2017 • Pastor Joseph S. Sissac
Learning Objectives: 1. Explore and gain greater insight into the conditions surrounding Mary’s pregnancy and Jesus’ birth. 2. Explore and gain greater insight into the relationship between Mary and Joseph as they take on the responsibility 3. FactorPoints