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A Thanksgiving Sermon from Psalms 100.
Thoughts after having gone on a whitewater rafting trip with teens group.
1 Peter 1:6
You be the judge.
1 Corinthians 6:1-5
Being a teenager is not easy. Parents and family are important. Lord help us to grow in your timing.
Every step you take toward being at peace with yourself and at peace with others is a step you take toward becoming at peace with God.
A salute to Veterans. The kind of loyalty and unity and love and oneness that is hard to find. The meaning of Church membership.
The most overlooked social class by the church in America are people in the middle class and the people who are wealthy.
What does your church do? Has God ever "cast out demons in your life?" Do you speak with new tongues? Have you ever shared your faith and led someone else to become a Christian?
How is your hospitality? The story of Joseph and the coat of many colors teaches us to have an attitude of five times the welcome.
Does your faith please God? I want that old time revival. The old time religion that has stood the test of time. Do you have Methuselah faith?
What is your favorite excuse temptation for not coming to Church? One of the best reasons to come to church is the old rugged cross. (We increased our worship attendance by twenty percent by promoting this "No Excuse Sunday.")
The goal of this sermon is that everyone will become active in sharing the faith.
Do you invite people into your circle of friends? What does real genuine friendship look like to you?
2 Timothy 2:22
God is our peace in the middle of disaster, flood, loss of life, and every day. We can learn to live in peace with ourselves and others no matter what struggles and difficulties we face.
Unity. We used a picture of the church. Took it to a local business and had them make it into a puzzle. We numbered each piece on the back. Made a map of the puzzle. Gave each guest a puzzle piece. At the invitation had them put the puzzle together.