• Dr. George Calhoun

    Contributing sermons since Oct 20, 2008
Dr. George 's church

Milton SDB Church
Milton, *Province/Other 53563

About Dr. George
  • Education: BA-Alfred University; M.Div. Bethel Seminary; D.Min. Denver Seminary
  • Experience: 26 years of pastoral experience
  • Hobbies: Coaching H.S. Soccer; Running
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Newest Sermons

  • David: A Man After God's Own Heart

    Contributed on Nov 1, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    When we understand that the Lord desires for us to come to Him with “unveiled faces,” completely open, honest, and unvarnished, a wonderful transformation begins to take place and we begin to see things as they really are.

    A college student had two problems common to many: low grades and no money. Knowing that her parents wouldn’t look kindly on her dilemma she devised an ingenious plan to soften the blows of reality and wrote this letter: Dear Mom and Dad, Just thought I’d drop you a note to let you know how I’m more

  • The Lord's Prayer: "Deliver Us From Evil

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    The Christian life is not a Church picnic, attending a nice worship service or adopting the power of positive thinking. It’s a battle with an enemy who relentlessly tries to destroy us and the work of God.

    Elmer Towns, the vice president of Liberty University and dean of its school of religion shared how he was conducting a seminar for about a 150 people at a seminar in California. At the conclusion of the day, he walked over to the end of the first row of chairs by a row of windows, asked every more

  • The Lord's Prayer: "Lead Me Not Into Temptation"

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    When we ask God to “lead us not into temptation” we are asking Him to guide our steps along a moral pathway.

    Have you heard about the guy who was trying to lose weight, but came to the office one day with two dozen donuts? His co-workers asked him why he got the donuts if he was trying to lose weight? He answered, “I came to the corner where the donut shop was, I told God that if He wanted me to buy more

  • The Lord's Prayer: "Forgive Us Our Debts, As We Forgive Our Debtors”.

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    When you have spent time in God’s presence as a loving Father, a benevolent King, a Sovereign Lord and Great Provider, then your heart, your mind and your soul is ready to confront the sin in your life and come before your Redeemer.

    Little Johnny was so excited to try out his new slingshot. He and his sister Sally were visiting grandma on the farm for a couple of weeks and there was no better a time to work on his sling shot skills. First he’d aim at a row of tin cans he put on the fence, but after about 50 shots and 20 more

  • The Lord's Prayer: "Thy Kingdom Come"

    Contributed on Oct 31, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    When we pray “Thy kingdom come,” we’re stepping into a whole new level of relationship. We’re now recognizing that God is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. As King, He has a plan for our life and desires to rule with His Kingdom’s principles for His pu

    A little boy was playing with his French fries, dipping one end of a fry into the ketchup then waving it like a baton in front of an imaginary marching band. Mom was gone for the day and so he and his father were enjoying a special moment together at a near by McDonald’s. The little boy seemed more

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  • In His Book, Building A Contagious Church, Mark ...

    Contributed on Oct 20, 2008

    In his book, Building a Contagious Church, Mark Mittleberg asks us to join him in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. As you walk up to the large arena, you see a mass of young people in line for a concert. The headline act is shock-rockeer Marilyn Manson (named after Marilyn Monroe and mass murderer more

  • In His Book, The Externally Focused Church, Rick ...

    Contributed on Oct 20, 2008

    In his book, The Externally Focused Church, Rick Rusaw shares the story of Tom Maharius, the least likely person to make an impact on any community, let alone New York City. A casualty of the 60’s hippie movement, and heavily involved in drugs use, Maharias’s downward spiral came to an abrupt end more