How do disciples live out their faith in God in the 21st century? In today's message--the first of our Disciples Believing series--guest preacher Rev. Richard Spleth looks at this question through the lens of 19th century evangelist Walter Scott. Scott was one of the four founders of the Disciples of Christ, one of the largest religious movements born in the young United States. Walter Scott had a special concern for reaching people who were not part of a church, and used a simple way of sharing the gospel message using his Five Finger Exercise. We at DisciplesNet work to continue Scott's work of sharing the Good News of God's love with the world.
Whatever your background, we hope that you'll be blessed at hearing this message through Rev. Spleth, finding ways your own faith in God can grow in these trying times.
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Welcome to DisciplesNet Sermon, "A Piece of the Action," given for worship #232 at the online church, DisciplesNet Church. This sermon is based upon the text, Mark 1:14-20, and used for the Common Lectionary, Year B, Third Sunday after Epiphany. It was first preached for the week of January 25, 2015.
This sermon is part of a 27 minute worship with hymns, prayer, and communion that you can link to here: vimeo.com/117723648 (DisciplesNet Worship #232).
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What does it mean to "one another the other"? We invite you to find out as seminarian Cindy Ploughe of Christian Theological Seminary brings this inspiring sermon based upon the scripture John 13:34-35: "A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." This sermon was preached in Sunday morning worship at Southport Christian Church, Indianapolis, on October 14, 2012.# vimeo.com/51656578 Uploaded
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