A collection of sermons that were preached outside of a series.

Sermons From series

The Resurrection is Essential

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The resurrection is essential to the Gospel and our faith.

One Last Time

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Pastor Ryan McCammack reflects on his time at Blueprint Church as he shares his last sermon before launching his church plant, Gospel Hope.

The Greatness and Goodness of God

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“The heaviest obligation lying upon the Christian Church today is to purify and elevate her concept of God until it is once more worthy of Him- and of her. In all her prayers and labors this should have first place.” A.W. Tozer

Advocates Amongst Division

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Grieved by the state of our nation and the division that has been exposed as a result of the election, Pastor Dhati calls believers to proactively pursue peace by becoming advocates, not agitators. He extracts 10 principles from the example of Paul in the Book of Philemon, who advocates for a run-away slave to be received as a brother.

10 Responsibilities of an Advocate

Baptism: Reinforcing Our Identity in Christ

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As the Church we are called to baptize, but often times we as believers either overemphasize or underemphasize the importance of baptism. Baptism declares that we are united with Christ and can walk in the newness of life.

The Day That Changed the World Forever

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Good Friday Service | You can’t really celebrate Jesus raising from the dead unless you first come to grips with why He died in the first place.

Becoming a Friend

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As we prepare for the New Year, Pastor Dhati seeks to influence the family of Blueprint to become the type of friend that they seek to have. This sermon is a prelude to the upcoming series in the book of Hebrews, High Priesthood | Deep Brotherhood.

Inexpressible Joy

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As Pastor John Martyn shares his last sermon at Blueprint Church, he encourages us to fight for joy in the midst of trials and persecution. He takes us through several scriptures that remind us that everything is a loss compared to the surpassing worth of knowing Christ.

How Homosexuality Helps Us Understand Our World

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Homosexuality is not the worst thing happening in Romans 1, it is a picture of the worst thing: living life rejecting the God who is there.

Saints & Citizens: Nationality Under God

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In light of the events in Baltimore: Pastor Jorge will explore Paul’s relationship with government in the latter part of the book of Acts; as well as look at two examples of when Paul was a victim of police brutality and how he responded.

Divine Interruption

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God has gone to great lengths to reach us and to win our love. Luke 3:1-6 shows us what it looks like to rightly respond to God’s offer.

Dying to Self So the Body Can Live

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The Gospel provides us with the strength we need to; serve well, stand straight, shine bright, and survive for the sake of the saints in our Body

True Worship

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Worship begins and ends with God. Romans paints a clear picture of what God has done in the believer’s life and how his mercy should inform our worship.

True Faith

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Consistent and secure faith combines confidence in God’s ability with contentment in His actions. Our faith rests in who God is, not on what He does.

That I May Know

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As we begin our series, Life Verses, Muche digs into Philippians 3 and looks at the importance of faith in our relationships with Christ.

Why Christ Came

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It’s not enough for us to have good thoughts about Jesus, we need to have the right thoughts about Him. Good thoughts, that are wrong thoughts, only leads us into placing false expectations on Jesus. Why did He come into the world and what does that have to do with me?

 

Achieving Unity Through Prayer

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D.A. Horton illustrates what a balanced prayer life looks like, using Ephesians 3:14-21 to demonstrate how it includes face-to-face time with the Father, fearless requests made by faith, and focus on family fellowship.

Emptied: Time, Talent and Treasure

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Dhati calls us to anchor our hope in the eternal promises of Christ, and challenges us to pour out our lives as we run toward the call of that eternal day.

A Full Christianity

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God wants your faith to be full and fulfilling. That happens through his people, through prayer, and through faith in Christ.

There is More

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As we held service in Glenlake Park to announce the launch of our upcoming church plant in Decatur, Muche encouraged those who live in the area and beyond to look for satisfaction in the God who breaks through cultural and societal barriers to pursue people.