Contributing sermons since Oct 22, 2011
Contributed on Jan 21, 2016
Unity of Spirit is important. It is powerful enough to stop division, empower a church and hold believers on task. Taking our eyes off of Christ is a sure fire way to invite division, discord and eventually demise.
Have you ever heard of the term ‘Divide et impera’ (Latin)? It turns out, you have, just in a different language. That Latin term, is translated into English and it says, ‘Divide and Conquer’. It is a military, economic and mathematical term. Its definition is ‘a ...read more
Contributed on Nov 2, 2013
Nothing can separate us from the love of Christ, A sermon from Romans 8:35-37, but also using Luke 15, the Parable of the Prodigal Son, as a good lesson.
A son once left home against his parents will and went to live in California. You know, the California everyone dreams about, the beaches, the movie stars. The California that is in movies, and you hear about in songs. Well, then there is the real California. Soon he was out of money, out of ...read more
Contributed on May 25, 2013
A sermon on the parable of the fig tree. God's forgiveness, His love and ultimately His judgment.
Good morning. This morning we continue with our sermon series on the parables of Christ. We are going to take a look at the parable of the fig tree this morning. We just heard that parable, there in the book of Luke, chapter 13, verses 6-9. Well just like most of the parables we first need to ...read more
Contributed on May 4, 2013
Sermon on the Rich Farmer. Living for God, not for the world's definition of success. Luke 12:16-21
The Famous Russian author Leo Tolstoy writes in one of his novels about a young man who owns a small farm in Russia. The farm is now his, because his father just died. With his father fresh in the ground at his feet, the young man begins to dream about expanding the farm, growing more crops and ...read more
Contributed on Apr 13, 2013
Sermon on Following up with our life, after Easter is over. Acts 2 gives us the road map on what to do and when to expect those signs and miracles from God.
Here we are, two weeks after Easter, the crucifixion is over, the resurrection is over, sort of. At least all the celebration is over, too bad for that. We have studied about the Road to Emmaus and the two men who met Christ there. Those two men that were quiet, and heartbroken and thought that ...read more