Sin <<< Salvation: What do we have to look forward to forever? (Glorification)


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9 – Sin<<<Salvation – Glorification (mp3).mp3
9 – Sin <<< Salvation – Glorification (handout).pdf
9 – Sin<<<Salvation – Glorification (notes).doc
9 – Sin <<< Salvation – Glorification (ppt).ppt
9 – Sin <<< Salvation – Glorification (service order).doc
9 – Sin <<< Salvation – Glorification (small groups).doc
This is the finale to our series on Sin <<< Salvation. Not only is it the grand finale, but it was also our message for our Back 2 School Bash event! What better way to end a series and invite people to give their lives to Jesus than with a message on eternity? What does the Christian have to look forward to forever? We talked about the point, place, people, and the life of eternity. All of these are much different than you may think and probably way different than you've been taught. The Bible is very plain and clear about them! So check it out, see what all we have to look forward to, and get excited!

Sin <<< Salvation: What makes a sin, a sin? (Definition)


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2 – Sin <<< Salvation – Definition (mp3).mp3
2 – Sin <<< Salvation – Definition (ppt).ppt
2 – Sin <<< Salvation – Definition (handout).pdf
2 – Sin <<< Salvation – Definition (notes).doc
2 – Sin <<< Salvation – Definition (service order).doc
2 – Sin <<< Salvation – Definition (small groups).doc
I think a huge question people wonder about is, “What makes a sin…a sin?” In other words, why are all these things sins? What makes them so bad and so wrong? Why is God so offended by them? What is a good definition for sin? Are all sins found in the Bible, or are there others that are out there? This week’s study will help you answer all those questions. But most of all, our prayer is that this series will help us become less sinful and more worshipful to Jesus. So check this study out, and we pray it will help your walk with Him!

Following Jesus: Into His Death (Matthew 27)


Free resources for youth pastors, small group leaders, etc.
16 – Following Jesus – Death (mp3).mp3
16 – Following Jesus – Death (handout).pdf
16 – Following Jesus – Death (ppt).ppt
16 – Following Jeuss – Death (notes).doc
16 – Following Jesus – Death (commentary).doc
16 – Following Jesus – Death (service order).doc
16 – Following Jesus – Death (small groups).doc
Do we really understand Jesus’ death? So many people preach on the physical suffering and pain during His death. Preaching on that only makes us pity and feel sorry for Jesus. But the Bible never tells us to feel sorry for Jesus or pity Him. We are the ones to be pitied apart from Him! When preaching on the physical pain and suffering of His death, it has to be done with an understanding of Him as substitute. In other words, all the physical pain and suffering He went through…was meant for me…was meant for you. God was pouring His wrath out on Jesus as judgment for our personal sin. Jesus became our sin, He became our curse, He took on our punishment, and He paid the price for us. Check out this sermon to understand Jesus’ death and our right response more fully.

Following Jesus: And God’s Will For Your Life by David Munoz (Matthew 26-27)


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15 – Following Jesus – Arrest (mp3).mp3
15 – Following Jesus – Arrested (handout).pdf
15 – Following Jesus – Arrested (ppt).ppt
15 – Following Jesus – Arrested (notes).doc
David Munoz is a CBSM senior and 2012 graduate of Sparkman High School. He’s been at Capshaw Baptist for most of his life. He plans to attend Auburn University and study business management. If you get to listen to or watch his sermon, you’ll notice that he’s a naturally gifted preacher of God’s Word. He’s been preaching once a year in CBSM since he was sophomore. I absolutely loved this sermon by David. Every year I like to give him HUGE chunks of Scripture to preach. This year was no different as he had a lot to tackle from the betrayal, garden prayer, arrest, and trial of Jesus. It was a very powerful, convicting, and Christ-centered sermon. Definitely take the opportunity to check it out if you get a chance!

Following Jesus: And Bringing Others With You (Luke 16)


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13 – Following Jesus – Money (mp3)
13 – Following Jesus – Mony (handout).pdf
13 – Following Jesus – Money (ppt).ppt
13 – Following Jesus – Money (notes).doc
13 – Following Jesus – Money (service order).doc
13 – Following Jesus – Money (small groups).doc
This is one of the most practical sermons ever at CBSM. Jesus taught this fascinating parable that helps us strategize how to get people to listen to us about the gospel. You won’t believe the type of person that Jesus tells us to be like. Its almost like Jesus forgot to take His meds that day. But we know, Jesus was right on with what He was saying! You also won’t believe that you’ve never heard this parable preached before. Its so simple, profound, and life-changing. You definitely need to check this out, apply it to your life, and then watch the huge things God will do through you because of it.

Following Jesus: In His Temple Cleaning by Josh Johnson (Matthew 21)


Free resources for youth pastors, small group leaders, etc:
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (mp3)
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (handout).pdf
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (ppt)
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (notes).doc
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (service order).doc
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (small groups).doc
As a part of our Student Preaching Month, this sermon is preached by CBSM senior, Josh Johnson. Josh is a senior at BJHS, and plans to attend UNA to study marketing. I’ve known Josh for 4 years, and his heart for Jesus, missions, and the lost is unbelievably genuine. I’ve seen Josh brought to tears many times when being convicted of reaching the unsaved with the gospel. It was an absolute honor to hear Josh preach from his heart about the purity of Jesus, the sin of humanity, and the power of the gospel.

Following Jesus: Through His Triumphal Entry by Seth Fowler (Luke 19)


Free downloads for youth pastors, small group leaders, etc:
11 – Following Jesus – Triumphal Entry (mp3)
11 – Following Jesus – Triumphal Entry (handout).pdf
11 – Following Jesus – Triumphal Entry (ppt)
11 – Following Jesus – Triumphal Entry (notes).doc
11 – Following Jesus – Triumphal Entry (small groups).doc
11 – Following Jesus – Triumphal Entry (service order).doc
Seth Fowler is a junior in high school at East Limestone. He is a long time member of Capshaw Baptist Church. What blew my mind when Seth preached this message is that a ton of his friends from his high school, baseball teammates, and even one of his teachers came to hear him. Their attendance preached his testimony loudly! The place was packed with all the people who’s lives he had touched in a super special way for Jesus. Seth did an outstanding job of preaching the passage, and I hope you get a chance to hear him!

Following Jesus: Through His Transfiguration by Alex Wakefield (Matthew 17)


Free files for youth pastors and small group leaders:
10 – Following Jesus – Transfiguration (mp3).mp3
10 – Following Jesus – Transfiguration (handout).pdf
10 – Following Jesus – Transfiguration (ppt).ppt
10 – Following Jesus – Transfiguration (notes).doc
10 – Following Jesus – Transfiguration (service order).doc
10 – Following Jesus – Transfiguration (small groups).doc
Alex Wakefiled (CBSM and Sparkman Senior) kicked off our Student Preaching Month with this sermon. Alex has been coming to CBSM for just about a year now, and quickly became a strong leader in our student ministry. He is going to Auburn University to study engineering. Alex absolutely nailed this passage with his biblical understanding, and his passion to get it across. You’ll notice how honest Alex is about his life, and how quick he is to humble point everything over to Jesus. We could not be more thankful for God giving Alex to us for this time!

CBSM Clip: What’s The Best Motivation for Your Daily Devotions?


As we talked about Jesus as Prophet, we have to come to grips with the way Jesus speaks into our lives today…through His Word. So not opening our Bibles on a daily basis is like telling Jesus to shut up and not speak into our lives. Its like refusing to go listen to Jesus if He was speaking in your city on a daily basis. Check this clip out.