I am an Anglican

In this sermon, Bp. Neil Lebhar addresses what it means to be an Anglican, discusses the importance of the Transfiguration, and encourages you to share your faith in a simple and succinct way.

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I am a Missionary

In his last words to his disciples before ascending into Heaven, Jesus commissioned his disciples to spread the Gospel to the ends of the earth. This remains the mission of the Church today, and we are all called to participate in it. We do this in two primary ways. The first is raising our children and grandchildren in the faith, passing the Gospel from one generation to the next. The other way is through reaching out to people who don’t know Jesus and inviting them to come into his kingdom.

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I am a Doer of the Word

Reading and studying the Bible is of the utmost importance as we follow Jesus as Christians. But it is not enough to just read the Bible, we also need to put the things we read into practice. Jesus meets us wherever we are, but he is not content to leave us there, he wants to transform us through his Holy Spirit who he has placed in our hearts. Jesus said, “If you love me, you will keep my commandments” (John 14:15, ESV).

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I am a Disciple

To be a disciple is to be a follower of Jesus. Jesus called his disciples and they learned from him by listening to his words and watching his actions. Today we can still learn from Jesus through two foundational disciplines. Reading and studying the Scriptures (and doctrine) and praying.

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I am Present and Active

It is very hard to be a Christian all by yourself. You need the Church and the Church needs you. Paul envisions the people of God as parts of a body. Each of us have a gifts and talents that are meant to be used together with the other parts of the body to accomplish the mission given to us by the head (Jesus). We also need each other to grow in the practice of our faith. This sermon will explore the importance of being present and active in the church.

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