The Salt Life

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Jesus calls us the Salt of the Earth — but what does that really mean? In this four-week series, we go over what it means to be the salt of the earth, why that results in spiritual warfare, why missions are important, and what exactly the Gospel message says.

4 Weeks:

Week 1: What is the Salt Life?

Jesus calls us the “salt of the earth”, but what does that mean? How do we live a “salt life”?

scripture: Matthew 5:13; Luke 14:34-35

Week 2: Spiritual Warfare

We are at war! Can’t you tell? One side wants to save humanity, the other wants to destroy it. And, in the middle, most people continue on their daily lives as if nothing is happening. But we can’t ignore this war…

Scripture: Ephesians 6:12; Nehemiah 1:3-4

Week 3: Why Missions?

We’ve dived deep into what it means to live the Salt Life and the Spiritual Warfare that is constantly being waged all around us. There are two weapons we use to fight spiritual battles — prayer and fasting. One thing we did not discuss is, “Why go on a mission trip at all?” It is a valid question. We’re not missionaries, right?

Scripture: Matthew 28:18-20

Week 4: What is the Gospel?

How can we possibly be expected to spread the Gospel as missionaries and witnesses if we don’t know what the Gospel says? I mean really know it, too — if someone came up to you and said, “Hey, I’ve never read the Bible, what does it say?” — could you tell them?

Scripture: John 3:16-17

Download includes:

  • Sermon manuscripts in Google Doc and Microsoft Word formats
  • Small Group Lessons for each sermon topic (each week is a detailed guide through the SOAP: Scripture/Observation/Application/Prayer process)
  • Series title and individual sermon title slides
  • Original PSD files and “Salt Life” font

 

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