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Contributed on Oct 26, 2015
Discusses the Rapture, why some believe in it while others do not, and gives Scripture to support it.
As Christians and believers in Christ, we know what the overall plan is: To talk with Jesus so we can go to heaven when we die. But there is a lot more information squeezed into that plan that we might be fully aware of. During our lifetimes in church, we have all heard many sermons, but since ...read more
Contributed on Oct 25, 2015
We dedicated our newly remodeled sanctuary back to the Lord.
Good morning, and welcome to God's house this morning! It is always a pleasure to see each of you on Sunday mornings. Our prayer is that, as you sit here, you will begin to feel an upswelling of God's Spirit working in you to bring you closer to Jesus Christ than you have ever been ...read more
Contributed on Oct 21, 2015
This message covers every book of the bible, and shows how each one of them reference Jesus Christ. The title is a question. The answer would be .... "all of them."
We are American Christians who believe in the Holy Bible, and as such, we recognize that the one thing that runs all the way through our Bible, like a ribbon tying it all together, is Jesus Christ. And "Christ" is not His last name: It is His title. And if we knew everything that title ...read more
Contributed on Apr 8, 2015
Using the analogy of a bridge crossing a chasm, we discuss that even though there seems to be many bridges available, only one really leads to the other side and we must be careful when deciding which bridge.
When you are planning a trip, how good are you at determining which way to get there? Do you just take a guess at which roads to take, or do you actually get a map out and plan your trip? Of course, smart money is always on the one who plans the trip, but I think we would be shocked to find out ...read more
Contributed on Mar 31, 2015
Our annual End of the Fiscal Year necessitates assessing where our church is and what we should be focusing on in the next year. Your congregation should hear something like this from you, too.
I truly thank God for His allowing me to pastor a congregation like you. It is my distinct pleasure to serve you as you serve the Lord. We are in a small “bedroom” community that serves the two larger cities. A bedroom community is one where people choose to live even though ...read more
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Contributed on Mar 29, 2013
THE NEW GUY We all need real hope. There were four ladies in a nursing home one time that were sitting there talking, and the nurse brings in a new man to the facility. He was quite dapper for an older man, and one of the ladies asked him where he had been for so long. He responded by ...read more
Contributed on Nov 13, 2012
PRAYER AND THE MOTORCYCLE There was a woman at work when she received a phone call that her daughter was very sick with a fever. She left work and stopped by the pharmacy to get some medication for her daughter. She returned to her car to find that she had locked the keys inside the car ...read more
Contributed on Oct 9, 2012
In verse 15, it tells us what will happen to those people who do not accept the Evil One’s mark: “15 … and all who refuse to worship the image or take his mark will be killed.” I saw recently where Motorola has developed an all inclusive data chip that is no larger than a grain of rice. It ...read more
Contributed on Sep 6, 2012
THE SAVIOR AND THE JUDGE I heard a story that took place in a western town in the late 1800's. It told of a horse that was spooked and then bolted, running away uncontrollably with a small boy in the bed of the wagon. Seeing the child was in grave danger, a young man risked his life to catch ...read more
Contributed on May 24, 2011
VICTOR, NOT THE VICTIM I used to work for the Post Office and when I became serious about the Lord, it must have really shown in my actions and words, because people all of a sudden began making fun of me and giving me snide comments. At times it was difficult, but I remained steadfast in my ...read more