Contributing sermons since Feb 4, 2005
Contributed on Apr 17, 2007
There is power in the word...or so where told...but what exactly is this power and how do we tap into it? (plenty of room to customize for your people!)
I read a story about a pastor who was visiting one of his members. The lady of the house was trying to impress him about how committed to God she was by pointing out the large Bible on the bookshelf and talking in a very reverential way of it as "the Word of God". Her young son interrupted the ...read more
Contributed on Mar 23, 2007
Sometimes we feel like were not good enough for God to answer our prayers...are there certain standards we are suppose to live by in order to have our prayers answered? God’s Word gives us guidelines on how to live a righteous life and have our prayers h
Opening Joke: There was a pastor who had a parrot. All the parrot would say was, “Let’s pray, let’s pray.” He learned that one of his deacons had a parrot that would only say, “Let’s kiss. Let’s kiss.” So the pastor invited the deacon and his parrot over to his house. When the deacon arrived they ...read more
Contributed on Mar 4, 2007
Biblical Conditions for answered prayers! While there is no formula to follow, God’s Word is very clear that certain things must line up for our prayers to be answered!
<Open in prayer> Prayer…sometimes we make it so complicated, like we have to come up with some profound words to keep God’s interest. Some people love to pray, while others are scared to pray, because they feel they don’t know how to do it right…after today’s message if you fall into that ...read more
Contributed on Feb 14, 2005
Message on Servant Evangelism. Are we doing this thing right?
Showing God’s Love In a Practical Way. WHO are we trying to REACH The Apostle Paul challenged Christians to relate to all people for the sake of spreading the gospel. The heart of Paul’s message was that Christians learn to understand each individual so that we might share our faith with ...read more
Contributed on Feb 4, 2005
Biblical guidelines for conflict resolution - OUTLINE with some manuscript elements but PLENTY of room to Personalize this message.
Introduction: I heard a story about three umpires having a conversation. The rookie said, "Some are balls and some are strikes. I call’em like I see’em." The older umpire said, "Some are balls and some are strikes. I call’em like they are." The old veteran umpire said, "Some are balls and some are ...read more