• Jason Pettibone

    Contributing sermons since Feb 5, 2001
Jason's church

Faith Discovery Church
Washington, New Jersey 07882

About Jason
  • Education: Valley Forge Christian College Northern Seminary
  • Experience: Pastor - Faith Discovery Church since Fall, 2021
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: These are not really my property... I have a mind that gathers information all the time, which becomes the soil from which sermons spring under the rain of the Spirit. If you find ideas you’ve read elsewhere and I fail to give proper attribution, please forgive me! I am blessed to have any preacher use whatever portions of my messages that they find helpful.
  • Sermon or series that made a difference: "His Hand Clave to the Sword" 2 Samuel 23:10 Paul Lowenberg, more than 30 years ago! A lesson in perseverance
  • Family: Wife- Beverly who entered the Presence of the Lord, 12/29/2015 4 adult children, 4 great spouses and beloved grandchildren
  • What my parents think of my sermons: Probably think I’m too liberal!
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She says she enjoys listening to me... and that she often finds out what I’m really feeling about life. Ouch!
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: Don't be afraid to preach 'beyond yourself' and into God's Word!
  • Books that have had an impact: Celebration of Discipline, Foster 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Covey Anything by Dallas Willard and/or Tim Keller
  • What I want on my tombstone: A man of integrity-- faithful to the end.
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  • Greed

    Contributed on May 3, 2018
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    A common sin ... more

    As we come to the end of this series of sermons about vice and virtue, our topic is one that many would not say is a sin. In fact, for many it is a laudable characteristic. What am I talking about? Let’s start with a story that Jesus told about a greedy man- (Luke 12:13-21, NIV) " Someone more

  • Sloth

    Contributed on May 3, 2018
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    Apathy, not laziness

    Sloth! I feel it when I am slouched on my couch, snack in hand, mindlessly watching TV. Can you identify? Is just being a slug every now and then a sin? Does it really matter to the Lord of the Universe if you live in a cluttered house, have an unkempt lawn, or constantly update a to-do more

  • Envy

    Contributed on May 3, 2018

    Envy - the sin we cannot enjoy

    Deadly Sins and Transforming Virtues Series - 5 ENVY One author writes of a friend who was happily married, had a good job and a respectable salary, and who lived in a nice home. His kids where doing well in great schools. He enjoyed the company of a circle of good friends. Then . . . he more

  • Anger

    Contributed on May 3, 2018

    Making Anger serve you

    Deadly Sins and Transforming Virtues Series - 4 ANGER A friend of mine on Facebook, a mature Christian, started a post this way last Monday morning ... While out with my family after church yesterday ... I got my attention, as did the story she went on to tell. We were eating lunch at more

  • Pride

    Contributed on May 2, 2018

    A most common 'sin' often ignored or overlooked - PRIDE

    Deadly Sins and Transforming Virtues Series - 3 PRIDE Sometimes fables teach us best. The story is told of two ducks and a frog who lived happily together in a farm pond. The best of friends, the three would amuse themselves and play together in their water hole. When the hot summer days came, more

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