Contributing sermons since Dec 14, 2013
Contributed on Oct 7, 2020
Have you ever lived among the giants? This is an important question that will help encourage us as we serve Christ.
INTRODUCTION Have you ever lived among the giants? Many of the great fantasy books have a land of giants. Of course we have great children’s literature with giants as well. You have Jack and the Bean Stalk. That giant was not so friendly when Jack stole his gold egg laying goose. Then you have ...read more
Contributed on Dec 18, 2017
When we look at Mary and the birth of Jesus we see a struggle of being pregnant and no one believing her. Why did the angel only tell her? Wouldn't a family meeting with all the parties be more appropriate? We will see that God's gifts have thorns!
God’s Gifts Have Thorns Matthew1:18-25 and Luke1:26-56 & 2:1-39 Today is Sunday, December 24, 2017. A day known around the world in many different languages as Christmas Eve. This is an exciting time of the year! There are those that love the holiday but hate what this day represents. There ...read more
Contributed on May 5, 2015
To be great we need to understand greatness from God's perspective. To be a great church we must give up on the worlds top down organizational structure.
Introduction Good morning Church! Turn to the person next to you and say, “I’m glad you’re here.” Find a Bible and open to Luke 22. Today’s lesson is going to build upon the lesson given by Austin two weeks ago on God’s definition of who is the ...read more
Contributed on Apr 5, 2014
What does it mean to Grieve the Holy Spirit? How does finite man grieve infinite God? Eph. 4:30 seems strange at first glance, but we will see that this verse fits in perfectly with the rest of the passage.
All verses from the Bible Gateway NIV and NASV. The Christian Walk 101 – Grieving the Holy Spirit Opening The next lesson in this series on Christianity 101 may seem on the surface to be out of step with what has been discussed before. Here we have the apostle Paul telling us to ...read more
Contributed on Mar 24, 2014
The tongue is a destructive force that can spew the stench of a rotten heart, but we are called to speak only what is constructive to others. We need to be thinking about our words and changing our attitudes about people while God transforms our lives.
Bible passages from the NIV, NASV and King James from the BibleGateway.com Introduction Dale Carnegie wrote in a book he published in 1936, “How to Win Friends & Influence People,” “But gradually, as the seasons passed, I realized that as sorely as these adults needed ...read more