Contributing sermons since Dec 29, 2005
Contributed on Apr 1, 2016
Following Christ as a leader involves answering one essential question. This question is answered by how we respond to the Enemy's sifting, and how we respond to Christ's impassioned enquiries.
<h1>For The Love of Pete</h1> Of the many interactions that The Christ had with people, He had two particularly extremely curious conversations with his chief apostle, Peter. Curious may not be the right word. Bewildering may be more apt. One of them required Peter to act, the other required ...read more
Contributed on Mar 11, 2016
The believer's relationship to their local church depends upon whether they see their church service as the place where they arrive empty and expect to leave full, or arrive full and expect to leave empty.
Empty Or Full? The Believer’s Relationship To Church by Dr. Andrew Corbett There are some places where it is good to turn up empty and leave full. If you’re a customer, this includes the supermarket, the gas station, or a restaurant. There are other places where it is good to ...read more
Contributed on Dec 29, 2005
Exploring both the debate within the Christian community about the value of The Chronicles of Narnia and the debate within the secular community about its allegorical meaning.
CS Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia are now acclaimed by many as the standard for what is considered ’classic’ in Children’s fantasy literature, yet they have provoked heated responses from Christians who reject their use of mythology, and even derision from some aspects of the secular media for its ...read more