Contributing sermons since Apr 13, 2011
Contributed on Jun 5, 2017
“Berean” is a popular name for churches. Why is that? The Bereans exemplified some of the most noble characteristics any group of people could ever have.
Contributed on May 9, 2017
Have you ever known someone you though was a “tough case” when it came to believing in Christ? The conversion of the tough Roman jailor in Philippi shows that even the tough cases can be saved by a Christian faith that is real.
Contributed on May 6, 2017
The story of a demon-possessed girl’s salvation in Acts 16 cautions us about dabbling in the occult, exposes the real motives of the purveyors of evil and teaches us that true salvation is accompanied by life transformation.
Contributed on Apr 24, 2017
In Acts 16 Paul received vision of a man from Macedonia to come over & help him. Paul & Silas immediately crossed the Aegean Sea to Europe to reach this man. Instead of a man, he found a woman, Lydia, Europe's first convert to Christ.
Contributed on Apr 11, 2017
The story of the Passion of Christ in Mark's gospel is filled with paradoxes, i.e., "seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statements that, when investigated, prove to be true." This sermon explores "Passion Paradoxes" in Mark 15.