Contributing sermons since Feb 15, 2013
Contributed on Feb 4, 2018
Many in the Body of Christ are living in compromise. They are allowing the world to dictate what they will and will not believe about the Bible. How does this happen? Peter and John's confrontation with the religious leaders in Acts 4 shows us how.
I was thinking about Bro. Alain’s message this morning and what saddens me so much is how much of the Body of Christ is living in compromise and we don’t even realize it. And I thought about a Republican senator here in Ohio who came out strong and hard against homosexuality. He came out strong and ...read more
Contributed on Jan 26, 2018
This message identifies some of the character traits of "Thomas, the doubter" that can be seen in Christians today.
Turn with me to Matthew 10. We’re going to read the first four verses. 1And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power (authority) against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease. 2Now the names of the twelve ...read more
Contributed on Jan 5, 2018
One of my favorite episodes of The Twilight Zone is "A Stop At Willoughby". It's about a man who is so unhappy with his life that he dreams of little town where life is easy. There are many Christians who are like the story's main character.
When I was growing up one of my favorite programs was The Twilight Zone. I have been accused of, from time to time, still living in the Twilight Zone! That’s okay. One of my favorite episodes is “A Stop at Willoughby”. The story is about a guy named Gart Williams. Now in my best Rod Sterling ...read more
Contributed on Jan 2, 2018
Christians have been taught that the tithe is a "spiritual bill" they must pay in order to keep the "windows of heaven" open. Is it possible that this passage is being used to teach something that it does not teach?
As a child, before my brothers and sisters and I would sit down for breakfast, we asked our father what we could do to please him so that he would let us eat. He’d tell us. If we wanted lunch money for school we would ask our father what would please him. He’d tell us. At supper time, as we sat ...read more
Contributed on Dec 12, 2017
This telling of the birth of Christ is a mixture of narrative and historical facts. My prayer is that it blesses you.
Many of us know the “Christmas Story” oh so well. And no, I’m talking about the one with the “Red rider BB gun”. That “Christmas Story” is very humorous and it’s a lot of fun to watch. But there was nothing humorous about what happened in Bethlehem and the neighboring villages as a result of ...read more