A Mission of Mercy

Picture courtesy of Michael Collins PhotographyThis summer our church enjoyed a wonderful series of guest speakers who challenged us to share the mercy of Christ given to us with our surrounding neighborhood. I led off with a sermon on the Good Samaritan, and there followed a series we called A Mission of Mercy.

 

Here’s the rundown, with links to the audio from the messages:

June 22
A Mission of Mercy

Matthew Hoskinson

Luke 10.25–37

Audio: streaming | download

 

June 29
Mercy to the Jewish People

Dr. Mitch Glaser
President
Chosen People Ministries

Romans 9.1–5, 11.11–15

Audio: streaming | download

Video: streaming | download

 

July 6
Mercy through Church Planting: The Ministry of Presence

Robert Guerrero
NYC Church Planting Catalyst
Redeemer City to City

Mark 8.1–10

Audio: streaming | download

 

July 13
Mercy on Campus

Paul Briggs
Campus Pastor
Kossuth Street Baptist Church
Lafayette, IN

Genesis 17.1–8

Audio: streaming | download

 

July 20
Mercy through Work

Nick Peterson
Church Planter
First Baptist Church
New York, NY

Genesis 1.1–2, 26–28

Audio: streaming | download

 

July 27
Mercy through Medicine: Ambassadors for Christ

Dr. Tom Kendall
Medical Missionary
Togo, West Africa

2Corinthians 5.16–21

Audio: streaming | download

 

August 3
Mercy through Justice

Raleigh Sadler
Justice Ministry Director
Metro NY Baptist Association

Luke 4.16–21

Audio: streaming | download

 

August 10
Mercy through the Arts:
The Weight of Glory by C. S. Lewis

Max McLean
Founder and Artistic Director
Fellowship for Performing Arts

2Corinthians 4.16–18

Audio: streaming | download

 

August 17
Mercy through Missional Living:
Pastoring Your Street

Jerrell Altic
Pastor of Mobilization
Houston’s First Baptist Church

2Corinthians 4.1–6

Audio: streaming | download

 

August 24
Mercy through Rescue

Dr. Craig Mayes
Executive Director
New York Rescue Mission

Matthew 25.40, Luke 4.18–21

Audio: streaming | download

 

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