Contributing sermons since Feb 15, 2013
Contributed on Dec 4, 2018
This is the fifth and final message in the series.
Monday, March 6, 2006. It was Day 2 of the week-long Spring Prayer and Power Conference hosted by Dave Roberson Ministries in Tulsa, OK. I had booked the detached living quarters that were part of a bed and breakfast for me, Candace and Stephen, two of my children. I got up that morning around ...read more
Contributed on Dec 3, 2018
This message challenges us to re-think the meaning of Christmas.
We’re going to begin in two places tonight – John 3 and Genesis 3. I want you to think about a question: How will this Christmas be different for you than past Christmases? But probably the question that really needs to be asked is this: How will you be different this Christmas than in past ...read more
Contributed on Oct 30, 2018
This is the fourth message in the series
Is it possible that Christians are not sinners saved by grace? Part 4 This is the fourth message in the series “Is it possible Christians are not sinners saved by grace?” The first message was a brief overview of the the book of Romans and its continuing theme of contrasting life under the law ...read more
Contributed on Oct 18, 2018
The moment we are born again God establishes a Trust Fund for us. But so many of us are not accessing it.. Why?
How many of you know that God has given us an inheritance? Every promise that God has identified in His Word belongs to us — and it belongs to us now. Physical and emotional healing. It’s ours now. Our needs being met financially. It’s ours now. Every prayer answer. It’s ours now. But, for ...read more
Contributed on Oct 13, 2018
When we accept Jesus as Lord there is an excitement. We want to save the world. But over time the world beats so many of us into silence. This message is about how the Apostle Paul refused to let circumstances keep him from finishing his race.
The book of Philippians – The Back Story Roman Prison: The Tullianum (Keep) When we read scripture sometimes knowing the circumstances from which they were written can paint what we read in a totally different light. Paul’s letter to the Philippians is an excellent example of this. It’s common ...read more
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Contributed on Jul 25, 2018
As a child, before my brothers and sisters and I would sit down for breakfast, we would ask our father what we could do to please him so that he would let us eat breakfast. 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, ...read more
Contributed on Jul 1, 2018
One Saturday morning a minister was busily trying to prepare his sermon under the most difficult conditions. It was a rainy day, and his young son was restless and bored, with little to do. Finally, in desperation, the minister picked up an old magazine and thumbed through it until he came to a ...read more
Contributed on Jun 25, 2018
Whenever a city was conquered in the ancient world, the type of animal the victorious king would ride as he entered a defeated town would make all the difference in the world to the people. If he was seated on a horse, the city was doomed; it was a sign that he had come in war, riding his ...read more
Contributed on Jun 22, 2018
A little girl was walking through the hallway of her home and she came to the place where they had a cellar door, It was one of those trapdoors on hinges, and it was open. She looked down into the darkness, heard a noise down there, and said, “Who’s down there?” And her daddy said, “It’s me, ...read more