• Alvan Lewis

    Contributing sermons since Sep 17, 2018
Alvan's church

Resurrection Anglican
, British Columbia V1X 1Y2

About Alvan
  • Education: Graduate from Ambrose University in Calgary
  • Experience: Pastor of First Assembly in Calgary; Assistant pastor of Calvary Temple in Winnipeg; Assistant Priest at Resurrection Anglican in Kelowna, British Columbia
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  • Hints Of God

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2021

    Here are six hints of God's existence when taken together are very powerful

    Hints of God Psalm 25 1 Peter 3:15 Good morning, Church. I would encourage you to grab a pen or pencil, a piece of paper because I am a going to give you a list of six things that may come in handy in the days ahead. Our Psalm this morning is Psalm 25. Even with a casual reading of this Psalm more

  • Fishing For Men

    Contributed on Jan 26, 2021

    How to win people to Jesus Christ

    Fishing for Men Mark 1:14-20 Good morning, Church. I invite you to come with me to the northern reaches of the Great Riff Valley – the Riff Valley is an enormous fracture in the earth’s crust that runs all the way from Kenya in East Africa north through the Red Sea and on up into Israel past the more

  • The Missionary And The Tuna Fish Sandwich

    Contributed on Nov 17, 2020

    How are the dead in Christ raised? Especially those who have suffered great trauma in death.

    The Missionary and the Tuna Fish Sandwich Back in the mid 1800’s there was this missionary serving in the darkest of Africa. One day he was out on his circuit going from village to village preaching the Gospel. In one place he had to travel through this very dangerous and heavily wooded more

  • How To Worship

    Contributed on Sep 21, 2020

    God has given everyone of us something very special to worship Him with. Here we are given instructions on how to do that.

    It has 60 trillion cells most of which are dying. It has an on-board computer which functions at only 6%. It smells peculiar; it reproduces in a very strange way; it ingests dead animals and excretes fertilizer. It takes in oxygen and exhales a poisonous gas. It is subject to all manners of more

  • World Without End

    Contributed on Sep 21, 2020

    Is our planet headed for oblivion? What is our future look like?

    If you have been around an Anglican Church for a while there is one part of the liturgy you know by heart: Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen. I want to talk to you about the phrase “World more