Contributing sermons since Apr 13, 2001
Contributed on Sep 26, 2002
What kind of life does God use? to be honest there probably isn’t a clear-cut answer an answer to that question as we might think—it might just be that God is looking as much at a lot of little things as He is the big things like total surrender. So if
The Life that God Uses (Part 1) Romans 6:13 Introduction – For the next few Sunday mornings we are going to be asking ourselves the question, “What kind of life does God use?” It would be easy for us to try to simply answer the question by saying that God uses lives that are surrendered. But ...read more
Contributed on Aug 22, 2002
I don’t think we serve a second rate God that is happy with our leftovers. If really believe that there is none like God, then there should be nothing like the commitments and sacrifices we are willing to make to please Him.
Introduction — Cathy Rigby was a member of the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team during the 1972 Olympics held in Munich, Germany. As the reigning United States champion she had only one goal in mind— to win a gold medal. Prior to the Olympics she had trained longer and harder than she ever had ...read more
Contributed on Apr 11, 2002
Sometimes our commitment is more words than action...
Our Total Commitment Romans 12:1 – 2 Introduction — Doing something that really matters will always come at a cost. At the 4th of July and on Veteran’s day we always think about the high cost of our freedom. Soldiers, sailors, and airmen in untold numbers have died to keep us free, and we ...read more
Contributed on Oct 4, 2001
Stewardship is an important lesson for all of us, but it’s about a whole lot more than money...
Well Done, My Good Servant? Luke 19:11 – 27 Introduction – The story is told of President Franklin Roosevelt, that he often wearied during the often-long receiving lines at White House events. He complained that no really paid any attention what was said. Well, one day during a reception, he ...read more
Contributed on Sep 19, 2001
Sometimes we give up to easily. Paul provides a great example of what every Christian should be doing - Straining ’till the End!
Straining ‘till the End Philippians 3:12 - 14 Introduction – I read that it took Winston Churchill three years to get through the eighth grade because he had trouble learning English. In kind of an ironic twist, years later in the midst of World War II Oxford University asked then Prime ...read more