Contributing sermons since Oct 23, 2001
Contributed on Mar 31, 2014
This is my eulogy for a lady named Connie who was severely crippled with rheumatoid arthritis. Her husband, Rex, in his care for her, was a great inspiration to our church family. Connie was a model of patient endurance.
It was not Roe vs. Wade. It was Runnelstown vs. Wade. It was a football game to be played on Runnelstown's (Miss.) field. A young gentleman named Rex, a student at the University of Southern Mississippi at Hattiesburg, came to see his Wade Hornets play. He did not know that across the field ...read more
Contributed on Jun 23, 2011
This sermon lays the axe to the root of the deadly sin of gambling.
The singer Kenny Rogers and I have one thing in common. We've both met up with a gambler! It happened to me on a flight from Dallas/Fort Worth to Reno. He was in the seat next to me and welcomed my questions concerning the world of gambling. I listened as he described a night at the casino. ...read more
Contributed on Sep 30, 2004
This is a sermon which compares the game of golf to the game of life.
The latter portion of my text reads, "....and without a parable spake He not unto them." Today I will use a parable or a comparison to illustrate the game of life. It is obvious that the Apostle Paul was knowledgeable of the sporting events of his day. On numerous occasions he used athletics to ...read more
Contributed on Apr 29, 2004
This sermon will reflect my deliverance from a legalistic upbringing.
I call your attention to the last words of the text. It reads, "For the letter killeth, but the Spirit giveth life." I am not an angry preacher. I heard many of them as a boy growing up in the church. They usually spew their venom out on the congregation as they tell about how some board or ...read more
Contributed on Feb 19, 2004
This sermon looks carefully at a highly-trained missionary associate and his #1 problem.
THE DYING FIRE Text: II Timothy 1:6 It’s just about over for the Apostle Paul. He’s soon to die and he knows it. The executioner’s sword will flash and a great tongue for God will be silenced. The little tentmaker is about to meet his Maker. His own tent is about to be ...read more