Message 5- The Wildman Disciples (Sermon Series - Jesus the Wildman?)
Message 5- The Wildman Disciples (Sermon Series - Jesus the Wildman?)

Message 5- The Wildman Disciples (Sermon Series - Jesus the Wildman?)

April 14-15, 2007 | Dr Larry Osborne
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Message Message 5: The Wildman Disciples
Sermon Series Jesus the Wildman?
Scripture John 21:1-23
Date April 14-15, 2007
Teaching Pastor Dr Larry Osborne

No one has affected the human race over the last few thousand years more than Jesus. Napoleon said at the end of his life, "I marvel that whereas the ambitious dreams of myself, Caesar, and Alexander should have vanished into thin air, a Judean peasant named Jesus should be able to stretch his hand across the centuries and control the destinies of men and nations." So many authors and pastors try to describe who Jesus is, and often miss the mark! Should church be like a romantic comedy or an action adventure movie? To most, Jesus seems either distant or weak; the nicest man in the world, surrounded by children. This series gives us a more realistic look at who Jesus was then. One thing is for certain: Jesus is good, but not safe. Was he a Wildman?

Pastor Larry teaches about the story behind the disciple Peter (failures and mistakes included) and shares what it takes to become a "Wildman Disciple." Learn more about the spiritual responsibility Jesus has given us in our own lives.

Note: You can find sermon notes and supplemental study questions tothis sermon series by visiting our sermon archives.

About the Speakers:

Dr. Larry Osborne has served as senior pastor of North Coast Church since 1980. Along with serving as the primary teaching pastor at North Coast, he speaks around the country to other church leaders and pastors on subjects as diverse as building a contagious congregation, developing a healthy and effective leadership team and sermon-based small group ministries. Pastor Larry has also been a popular and frequent contributor to Leadership, a quarterly professional journal for pastors.