Contributing sermons since Jan 13, 2016
Contributed on Oct 14, 2018
Today's Sermon is more practical than inspiration and looks at the four types of people involved in ministry from Ezra 1:5-6.
Moved By The Spirit Ezra 1:5-6 This past week while in the hospital’s waiting room, I started to read the book of Ezra. Why, I’m not quite sure, but the Lord wouldn’t allow be to go beyond verse six, and to specifically meditate on verses five and six. Ezra begins by taking us back to Jeremiah’s ...read more
Contributed on Oct 7, 2018
This sermon looks at what it is going to take to become renewed, refreshed, and revived in our soul and spirit. We look at our need to find rest in Jesus, be renewed in our minds, and find godly fellowship
Renewed, Refreshed, and Revived A customer wrote a letter of complaint to a company he had bought a knife from. He said that as he used his new knife it had gotten dull, and he had expected that it would last a long time. The company responded, “It will. Sharpen it and try it again.” No matter ...read more
Contributed on Sep 23, 2018
This sermon is a part of our "What We Believe" series and looks at heaven and hell through their highlights, and then what it's going to take to be saved.
What We Believe The Reality of Heaven and Hell Nineteenth century agnostic Thomas Huxley was rushing to catch a train in Dublin. He climbed aboard a horse drawn carriage and said, “Hurry, I’m almost late ... drive fast.” The driver set off at a furious pace and Huxley sat back and closed his ...read more
Contributed on Sep 17, 2018
This sermon is a part of our "What We Believe" series and it speaks of our need to be missionary, that is, evangelistic where God places us.
What We Believe “Being Missionary” 2 Timothy 4:1-5 One Sunday morning, a pastor began his sermon saying, “I’d like to make three points today. First, there are millions of people around the world who are going to hell. Second, most of us sitting here today do not give a damn about it.” After a ...read more
Contributed on Sep 10, 2018
This sermon compares what people see in the church today, and its overall lack of joy, to that of the first church is how is was filled with joy.
A Joyous Church Acts 2:46-47 One look at human history and what we see a story of humanity’s endeavor to solve its own problems, from food to famines, from violence and war, to who’s got what and how can we get more. And seeing that there are more problems facing the world today than ever before, ...read more