• Drew Mills

    Contributing sermons since Jul 12, 2006
Drew's church

Lakeport Wesleyan Church
Lakeport, Michigan 48059

About Drew
  • Education: B.A. Christians Ministries & Psychology--Indiana Wesleyan University M.Div. Asbury Theological Seminary
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  • Luxury

    Contributed on Sep 22, 2019

    Luxury: comfort, ease, plenty and blaming God when our expectations are not met. What do we do when the foundations of our expectations crumble

    “Luxury” ‘Seven Deadly Sins…and what to do about them’ series Good morning church. We’ve been looking at some deadly sins—not because they’re worse than other sins necessarily. All sin separates us from God, right? But the sins we are talking about in this series go to our moral character. more

  • Go To The Tomb

    Contributed on Apr 3, 2015

    Do our trials soften, harden or transform us for Him? A look at 3 witnesses of the empty tomb.

    Lou Holtz, the famous coach of Notre Dame football fame, said, “life is 10% what happens to you, and 90% how you respond.” A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give more

  • Where God's Will Connects

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2011
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    Resurrection begins in us when we walk in obedience to God.

    Resurrection. We are a people of resurrection. We have crosses displayed because of what Jesus did for us willingly there, but the true miracle is in the empty tomb. But how do you put that on a chain around your neck right? Without resurrection we don’t have faith; we have a cult of more

  • In The Shadow Of The Cross

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2009
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    Because we have been redeemed by God, not gold, God, through Peter, invites us to live differently--in the shadow of the Cross.

    “In the Shadow of the Cross” I Peter 1:18-2:3 ‘Peter’s Principle’s’ Series January 25th, 2009 The cross: an instrument of torturous death—capital punishment—an inhumane way to die—one died bleeding and exposed to the elements—an object of ridicule. Jesus did all of that for us—a sinless more

  • Is God Really Listening?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2007
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    Dealing with the temptation to doubt God is listening, that prayer is ineffective

    Review Series: Temptation to— Compare ourselves with others Ignore our spiritual roles To believe the God does not care—doubt To be important—at the center of attention To ignore our marriage vows To be discontented with God’s provision And Today—to doubt that God is listening to our more

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