• Grant Sisson

    Contributing sermons since Oct 10, 2008
Grant's church

First Christian Church Disciples of Christ

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  • Christian Values

    Contributed on Jul 9, 2012
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    In this sermon we discuss the foundational values of Christianity.

    Grant S. Sisson, MSCP Faith, Hope and Love – I Cor. 13:13 “And now abide faith, hope and love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.” VALUES – The greatest war in this world since I was born (baby boomer generation) has been over values. Values are more

  • Independence Day 2012

    Contributed on Jul 9, 2012

    Study of the relationship between law, love and freedom.

    Grant S. Sisson, MSCP INTRO Independence Day weekend 2012 There are so many things that we could speak of regarding this weekend. 1. How much a part of the American psyche our love for freedom is 2. Our willingness over the years to sacrifice all that we have, even our very lives, for the more

  • Why I Believe In God

    Contributed on Sep 8, 2010

    There comes a point in everyone's life where we have to take what we've been taught and make it our own. Have we "rightly divided" the Word of Truth?

    Why I Believe in God - Grant S. Sisson, MSCP, CI A little old lady was amazed at how nice the young man was next door. Everyday he would help her gather things from her car or help her in her yard. One day the old lady finally asked the young man, "Son, how did you become such a fine young man?" more

  • Living Through The Pain

    Contributed on Sep 8, 2010
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    The problem of suffering is the hardest debate to win. But we continue for the legacy Jesus left for us to follow, not for the present moment.

    Grant S. Sisson Theme – Living through the pain Three points: 1. We live through the pain for others 2. We live through the pain for ourselves 3. Jesus lived through the pain for us The world's best cyclist, Lance Armstrong, says this about pain: “I become a happier man more

  • Pride Goes Before A Fall

    Contributed on May 20, 2010
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    The course of modern American history parallels that of ancient Israel. This is a wake-up call!

    Daniel Chapter 4 Grant S. Sisson, MSCP, CI We will return to the book of Daniel today. We diverted course last week for Mother’s Day, and we may divert again for Memorial Day, but we’ll keep after it until we get through Daniel. Chapter four contains an interesting story of more

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  • The Classical Artist Renoit Is Revered In The ...

    Contributed on Aug 29, 2010

    The classical artist Renoit is revered in the world of art. He left many works of art that are respected and admired the world over. But Mr. Renoit had a problem later in life that caused him terrible pain – he had arthritis in his hands. Arthritis in an artist’s hands is about like a musician more

  • My Wife Loves Hgtv. (It Drives Me Nuts, But She ...

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2010

    My wife loves HGTV. (It drives me nuts, but she doesn’t watch football with me either.) But once in a while I will sit down with her and watch it. The other night there was a show about the HGTV “good guy” construction expert going into a home that was left supposedly 95% complete when a more

  • .significant Differences In Law (That Is, ...

    Contributed on Mar 5, 2009

    ...significant differences in law (that is, approved behavior) exist where fundamental values are different. I met a young woman from the Middle East who came to work for a time at The Center for Families. She had come to America with her family, and after they had been here only a couple of more

  • I Had A Discussion With A Friend Before I Left My ...

    Contributed on Mar 5, 2009

    I had a discussion with a friend before I left my career in the oil industry. We were driving down the road on company business discussing various political issues, and he made the comment, “You can’t legislate morality.” I countered immediately, “Woah – there’s never been a law ever put on the more