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Ivy Creek Baptist Church is located at 2500 Ivy Creek Road, Buford, GA 30519. We hope you enjoy hearing messages from our Senior Pastor Dr. Craig Dale and our Associate Pastor Ted Williams.

Ivy Creek Baptist Church Sermons © Ivy Creek Baptist Church

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Ivy Creek Baptist Church is located at 2500 Ivy Creek Road, Buford, GA 30519. We hope you enjoy hearing messages from our Senior Pastor Dr. Craig Dale and our Associate Pastor Ted Williams.

    What We Do, Why We Do It, How We Do It

    What We Do, Why We Do It, How We Do It

    SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:   2 Corinthians 4:1-6
    SERMON IN A SENTENCE
    As those whose darkness has been dispelled by the Light of Christ, we must make much of Jesus by telling others of that same good news from a heart of love and a life of service.
    SERMON OUTLINE

    What we do: We ______________ _______________.
    Why we do it: Others are ________________ and __________________________.
    How we do it: We ____________ _____________ of _______________.

    How to Enjoy this Life and the Life to Come

    How to Enjoy this Life and the Life to Come

    SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:  Ecclesiastes 11:7-12:8
    SERMON IN A SENTENCE
    The way to enjoy both this life and the life to come is to remember the One who remembers you and gave His life that you might live eternally.
    SERMON OUTLINE

    Rejoice responsibly.
    Remove anxieties and evil.
    Remember your Creator.

    Where Are Your Heart, Eyes, and Service Focused?

    Where Are Your Heart, Eyes, and Service Focused?

    SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:   Matthew 6:19-24  
    SERMON IN A SENTENCE
    The life of a true Christian is characterized treasuring, worshiping, and serving the Lord Jesus whole-heartedly and refusing to be ruled by money and possessions.
    SERMON OUTLINE

    The compass needle of your heart always points to where your treasure is held.
    The focus of the eyes of your heart will either bring light into your life or cause you to be consumed with darkness.
    The compass needle and eyes of your heart cannot simultaneously point toward Christ and materialism.

    The Fundamental Nature of Forgiveness

    The Fundamental Nature of Forgiveness

    SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:   Matthew 18:21-35  
    SERMON IN A SENTENCE
    The power of the cross frees us from the debt of our sin and our enslavement to sin, and it empowers us as forgiven people to forgive others.
    SERMON OUTLINE

    Christlikeness necessitates that we always be willing to forgive others.
    Christ’s compassion toward us serves as the model for all forgiveness.
    Choosing to receive forgiveness obligates us to practice

    Becoming Who You Need to Be

    Becoming Who You Need to Be

    SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:   1 Peter 5:6-11  
    SERMON IN A SENTENCE
    To be the person that you need to be God (and that God wants you to be), you must surrender your pride, your cares, and your heart to God.
    SERMON OUTLINE

    ­­­­­­­­­­Humility
    Trust
    Discipline
    Commitment

    John’s Epilogue Pt.2: Peter’s Restoration

    John’s Epilogue Pt.2: Peter’s Restoration

    SCRIPTURE REFERENCE:   John 21:15-25  
    SERMON IN A SENTENCE
    There is hope for those who have failed to experience forgiveness and restoration, and to live their lives with a unique purpose in service of the Lord. 
    SERMON OUTLINE

    Failure
    Forgiveness and Restoration
    Purpose

    Lessons to Learn:

    The God who knows the worst about you loves you anyway.
    No matter how far you have fallen, Jesus can and will restore
    Jesus has a purpose and mission specifically designed for you.

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