• Dan Brown

    Contributing sermons since Nov 13, 2006
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Restoration Church
Yakima, Washington 98902

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  • Ask, Seek, Knock

    Contributed on Dec 10, 2009
    based on 16 ratings

    A Look at Jesus teaching on Prayer in Matthew 7:7-11.

    Sermon-10/28/07-Matthew 7:7-11 This morning we will look as Jesus continues teaching on our relationships in the Kingdom of God,specifically our relationship with our Heavenly Father-because Christ knew that it is only through God, living in total dependence on Him (being poor in spirit) that we more

  • Meet The Parents

    Contributed on Dec 20, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Part one of our De-santa-tizing Christmas series: After centuries of tradition, Christmas Carols, Rankin & Bass Christmas specials, and countless retellings of the Christmas narrative the whole story has been cleaned up and much of the true meaning has be

    Sermon-07-12-2-Meet the Parents Christmas Pop Quiz 1– True of False-As long as Christmas has been celebrated, it has been on Dec. 25th. (False, not until about the 4th century was the Dec. 25 date settled on) 2-True or False-Mary and Joseph were married when Mary became pregnant. (False, more

  • Graveside Service

    Contributed on Dec 20, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    This was a graveside service for a longtime member of our church who died after a long illness.

    Graveside Service Read obituary That was the obituary we read in the paper this week for Bob, but I think we all know that there was much more to him than could be summed up in a couple of paragraphs in the paper. Sometimes it might have been hard to find out some of those things from him. more

  • The Road To Happiness: Merciful

    Contributed on Mar 19, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    As we receive mercy from God, he expects us to show mercy to others and as we do that then God in his faithfulness gives us even more mercy.

    Sermon-Matt. 5:7-The Road to Happiness: Meekness Intro: My name is Earl-show about karma, do good things and good things will happen to you. Many people misunderstand this passage as saying that type of thing. Read Matt. 5:7 Today help us understand that as we receive mercy from God, he more

  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

    Contributed on Mar 12, 2007

    Our deepest desire should be to hunger and thirst for righteousness, for the things of God.

    11/07-Matt. 5:6-Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness Turn to matt. 5:6 Christ follows a natural, logical progression through the beatitudes -poor in spirit-acknowledge our need for him, our spiritual bankruptcy -mourn-over the cause of that bankruptcy, our more

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  • Select Stats On Change

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2006
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    Select Stats on Change: In the 1950’s: -a car cost $1,220 -gas $0.23 -College Tuition- $525 -round of golf @ Pebble Beach $2 -Coke, Hershey bar, coffe- $0.05 -stamp $.03 -Annual Salary for a teacher $2,640 -computer $500,000 It took the radio 40 years to reach 50 million domestic users. more

  • New York State Sociologists Studied Two ...

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2006

    New York state sociologists studied two families-the Max Jukes family and the family of Jonathan Edwards. The head of the Max Jukes family (not his real name), was an unbeliever, a man with no obvious sense of morals, and he married a girl with similar values. Among the known descendants of the more

  • There Was A Family That Had An Antique Vase That ...

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2006

    There was a family that had an antique vase that had been in the family for generations. One day as the parents came home from an evening out, they were met at the front door by thier teenage daughter. She said "Mom & Dad, you know that vase that you more

  • Forrest Carter, In His Book The Education Of ...

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2006

    Forrest Carter, in his book the Education of Little Tree set around the great depression he relays the story of a grandfather’s explanation to his grandson his use of the phrase “I kin you”. It meant to love and understand. “Grandpa said back before his time ‘kinfolk’ meant any folks that you more

  • A Few Years Ago A Reporter Was Doing A Story On ...

    Contributed on Nov 27, 2006
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    A few years ago a reporter was doing a story on gang violence in the inner city. He found and interviewed 2 cousins who had been raised together in the same home by their grandmother, but had somehow ended up in rival gangs. In their interviews they both said that neither of them would hesitate more