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  • Christopher Easton

    Contributing sermons since Sep 15, 2005
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East Newark Nazarene
Newark Ohio , 43055
740-417-3906

About Christopher
  • Education: B.A. Religion Pastoral Ministry Mount Vernon Nazarene University
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  • Being People Of Hope

    Contributed on Jan 3, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,319 views

    Bringing a message of hope to people who believe they have little to offer! They have everything to offer! The Hope of JESUS CHRIST!

    Sunday January 3rd 2009 Over the past few months the leadership of the church here in Butler met together multiple times and wrestled with deciding what it is that we value as a church. By asking the question what do we value we begin to see a vision for our future. If I were to ask each of you ...read more

  • Choices

    Contributed on Oct 17, 2008
     | 2,799 views

    Sermon on the parable in Matthew 22: 1-14

    Everyday we are asked to make choices. Am I going to wake up so I can get to work on time…Am I going to eat breakfast. Am I going to eat a breakfast that could put me in a coma it it is so full of sugar or am I going to eat well… I get cut off in traffic and spill my coffee all over myself…Am I ...read more

  • Expectations We Place On God

    Contributed on Oct 17, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,989 views

    Sermon on the golden calf episode in Exodus.

    Text: Exodus 32:1-14 Lightning and thunder are roaring at the top of the mountain. Smoke is billowing all around as if the whole mountain side were on fire! Moses was meeting with God there. The people dare not go to where Moses was for fear that God himself would break out against them! It was an ...read more

  • Unmutable Truth

    Contributed on Sep 15, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 1,125 views

    This is a sermon developed for telling the Easter story.

    Scripture Text: Mark 16:1-8 The Introduction For four hours he held the cylinder, waiting for rescue or an immediate death. After digging up what appeared to be an unexploded WWI bomb, David Page held on to it, afraid that letting go would detonate the device. While holding the bomb, the ...read more