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  • Attractive Christianity

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    What will it take to reverse some of the damage we have done to ourselves and the church’s image? I believe it will take Christians really living like Christians.

    You know, it’s startling today to realize exactly how people look at Christianity. To much of the world Christians are just a nuisance. We are just a bunch of crazy fanatics who try to impose innumerable rules upon everyone else. We’re just a bunch of do-gooders who always find ways to condemn more

  • Acceptable Worship

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    I want to talk with you for a little while about this subject of worship. And I want us to consider the kind of worship that God accepts.

    Maybe you’ve heard the story about the old farmer who went into the city one weekend and attended the big city church. He came home that afternoon and his wife asked him how it went. "Well," said the farmer, "it was good. They did something different, though. They sang praise choruses instead more

  • Courage In The Midst Of Change

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon preached in first service as senior pastor at a church where I had been assistant

    The Duke of Cambridge said in the late 1800’s, “Any change, at any time, for any reason, is to be deplored.” Change is one of those things that none of us are really comfortable with. Many people, if they had their choice, would choose to keep everything the same. It’s comfortable. It gives us more

  • Where The Spirit Is

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    And I want us to look through this chapter together and see three things that I believe come when the Spirit is here.

    This evening I want us to look at Acts 2. We’re going to read a passage of Scripture that has started a movement. For it’s in this passage where we find the story of the day of Pentecost. Probably one of the most divisive issues within the general church today is the topic of tongues. Now, I more

  • I Am The Bread Of Life

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    What does Christ mean when He calls Himself the Bread of Life?

    For the last few weeks we have sort of gotten off course in our Sunday evening services, but tonight I want us to again look to the book of John. We have been asking the question, “Who is Jesus?” It’s a question that can be answered from several different approaches. We can study the attributes more

  • Learning Lessons From A Leper

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Who would have thought that we could learn a lesson from a leper? And who would have thought that the lesson we would learn from him would be in the area of gratitude? But somehow the leper in this story today teaches us three important lessons about th

    Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year. Families gather together for what may be the one time they do so that year. School lets out for a few days. You get a paid day off of work. The fall is here in full force. It’s a great day to sit and watch some football or get out and play some. more

  • Why Shepherds?

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Why did God choose to let shepherds be the first to hear the news of the Messiah?

    Over the past few weeks we have been taking a new look at some of the figures of the Christmas story. We’ve taken some time to study the stories within the story. We’ve looked at the story of Mary, the teenaged girl that God chose to be the mother of His Son. Last week we discussed the story of more

  • The Greatest Christmas Gift Ever Given

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008

    A message of God’s love at Christmas.

    Christmas is almost here. In exactly one week the day we’ve all been waiting for will have come. We’ve been singing and listening to carols as we have been awaiting its arrival. We’ve been making all sorts of plans for travel or parties or programs as we prepare for that day. And it’s so close more

  • The Subtle Serpent

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008

    As we look at this sad story of the first sin, we see a very real picture of how Satan often works.

    Top Ten Ways to Know You Need To Study Genesis: 10. Your pastor announces a new sermon series from Genesis… and you check the Table of Contents to see if it’s in your Bible. 9. You think Abraham, Isaac and Jacob had a few hits during the sixties. 8. You open to Genesis and a WWII War Bond falls more

  • By Faith, Abraham

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    I think we can look at Abraham’s story and see three things about his obedience that really spoke to his faith. These are three things upon which I think you and I can also measure our own faith.

    In the eleventh chapter of the New Testament book of Hebrews there is one of the most famous lists in history. It is a list of Bible heroes. Big names like Noah and Moses, Samson and David. And there were lesser known figures like Enoch and Rahab, Barak and Jephthah. What was it that held all more

  • Anchors For The Storm

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 24 ratings

    Storms… they are part of life. And here in our text, Paul faces some storms. And through this time in Paul’s life we can find the anchors which held him firm during those storms.

    You know, the Bible is packed full of some really great stories. Stories that tell us history like the creation story. Stories of love like the one we find in the book of Ruth. Stories of war are scattered all over the Old Testament. Stories with drama like the lives of Joseph and David. more

  • The One Who Should Be Stoned

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 18 ratings

    I think we all can relate to the woman caught in adultery.

    Maybe you’ve heard the story about the scene that took place in a San Diego court room. Two men were on trial for armed robbery. An eyewitness took the stand, and the prosecutor moved carefully: "So, you say you were at the scene when the robbery took place?" "Yes." "And you saw a vehicle leave more

  • I Am

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    What does God mean when He calls Himself, “I AM?”

    I don’t know if you’ve heard about the time that President Bush and Vice-President Cheney were walking through an airport when they saw someone who looked just like Moses. President Bush walked up to him and said, “Excuse me, sir, but are you Moses?” The man didn’t respond, just stared off into more

  • Be Ye Holy

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    As Wesleyans, also believe that there is a second work of grace. This second work is called entire sanctification.

    This morning I want to share with you something that is one of the fundamental messages of the Wesleyan doctrine. Really, it is what sets us apart from many other churches and types of theology. It’s one of the distinguishing tenets, if not the distinguishing tenet, of our heritage. I’m talking more

  • Being A Disciple

    Contributed by Ben Peak on Jan 3, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    What discipleship really means.

    When I was in college I thought that an area of ministry that I would enjoy doing, and that perhaps God was leading me to, was to be a chaplain in the armed forces. I spent time talking with a pastor who had been a chaplain. I read some material about being a chaplain. Eventually, I actually more