BioGreg Gordon is the founder of SermonIndex.net, which was established in 2002. Millions of audio sermons have been distributed through this world-wide ministry. He is also the author of "The Following of Christ" and other books. Greg has traveled to many countries and across North America to thousands of churches and ministries bringing a message of radical Christian discipleship. He has also been involved in organizing over 12 international historic revival conference events where thousands of lives were impacted.
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Head Coverings: A Tradition of the Church
The people of God in history have always had symbols that spoke of heavenly realities.
From the animal skin God made for Adam and Eve (Genesis 3:21), the tent of tabernacle, animal sacrifice in Solomon's temple, Water Baptism, Holy Communion to the Head Covering in the New Testament Church, all of these holy symbols speak of greater realities of the spiritual realm all around us. They may seem strange or mysterious but in the end will lead us into right worship of God.
Come explore and learn why the early believers held this practice so highly. Learn what was the significance of Head Coverings. Also learn what the Scriptures clearly teach us from this symbol and how it can apply to us today. You might, in the end, be surprised with the answers you find.
Finding Freedom from Unforgiveness
“To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” - C.S. Lewis
Unforgiveness is a prison, a torturer. It will rob us of our joy, peace and even physical health. Jesus knew mankind and he knew that a great problem that many deal with is forgiving others. It is one of our Lord’s primary teachings and the apostles were very keen to this.
In Finding Freedom from Unforgiveness, Greg Gordon shows some keys from Scripture to help us be free and release others. Do you find it hard to forgive other brothers and sisters in the Lord? Do you find it hard to love others in the body of Christ because of hurtful things that were done to you? Are you speaking evil of those brothers and sisters and judging them? This book will help.
Early Church Father Series: St. Clement of Rome
Today in the Body of Christ—especially within evangelicalism and other modern expressions of the Church—there is an increasingly urgent need to reconnect with the foundational precepts of the “faith once for all delivered to the saints.”
Many are asking questions such as, “What did the original, early disciples of the Lord Jesus believe?”and, “How did they worship?” This Early Church Father Series, seeks to shed light on the answers to questions such as these by presenting some of the earliest authentic Christian writings outside of the New Testament.
Starting a House Church
“I will build My Church...” The Lord has always had His Church (Matthew 16:18), it has not been perfect, has failed and at times, has needed to be reformed and restored. There has always been a continuation in the work of God and we are not called to start something new but rather continue something that is old.
In Starting a House Church, Greg Gordon gives us many practical ways forward to help start a house Church accordingly to the leading of the Holy Spirit and being in-line with the testimony of Scriptures. Find out today the way you can be involved in the building of the Church.
The Following of Christ
“Enter in by the narrow gate...”
Verses like this one can be confusing to the modern Christian mind. How does this apply to my daily experience? The answer to this question and others lies in a secret truth that the early believers closely guarded. It was the secret of Martyrdom.
In The Following of Christ, Greg Gordon gives us a glimpse of what following the Lord truly meant to the Early Church. Join hands with your nail-pierced Lord’s hand and learn of that great cloud of witnesses (Hebrews 12:1) who have gone before us, some giving their very lives.
"This little book helps us to not only admire the ancient Christian martyrs, but to examine our lives and prepare for own martyrdom should God will it. As Greg reminds us, God grants special grace to those whom He calls to suffer by the