• Jeff Armbrester

    Contributing sermons since Mar 21, 2002
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Hamilton United Methodist Church
Hamilton, Alabama 35570

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  • Going Home

    Contributed on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    Christmas is about going home.

    Luke 2:1-5 (NASB) 1Now in those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus, that a census be taken of all the inhabited earth. 2This was the first census taken while Quirinius was governor of Syria. 3And everyone was on his way to register for the census, each to his own city. 4Joseph also went more

  • When Everyone's Gone

    Contributed on Dec 31, 2004
    based on 17 ratings

    The theme will be disappointment. For many people, the days after Christmas are filled with disappointment and for some, depression. The excitement of the holidays is over and everyone has gone home. Those whose children are now adults find themselves at

    Luke 2:8-24, 39-40 My wife began the sermon by telling about the birth of our first son and the feeling she had when everyone went home and we were left alone to care for and raise him. There is always a “coming down” after an exciting event. The event can be the birth of a child, a more

  • Christ, The Lord Is Born!

    Contributed on Dec 22, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    Theme: Celebration The day has finally arrived! We have planned, organized, and made everything ready. When the baby is born, everyone celebrates. When the newly-born baby is laid in our hands, the world stands still. All the headaches of making prepar

    The birth of a child is an exciting time. I remember when our first son, Adam, was born. Throughout the pregnancy, it was hard for me to believe that there was actually a baby growing inside Lisa. Now, Lisa had no problem knowing this, especially once he started kicking her in the ribs or lying on more

  • Over The River And Through The Wood

    Contributed on Dec 22, 2004
    based on 17 ratings

    The theme is final preparations. This worship experience will focus on the excitement and stress of the final week before the big event. Mary and Joseph had to make a long journey to Bethlehem. We have last-minute shopping and dinner plans to make. And in

    The Crandles are not as bad as we thought. They have decided to have a Merry Christmas by putting forth the effort to get along and enjoy each other. What about you? How are your Christmas plans coming? Are you getting excited? Or, is worry and fear getting a grip on you? As you travel “Over the more

  • Have A Merry Christmas!

    Contributed on Dec 22, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    The theme will be relationships. This worship experience will focus on our relationships with family and friends. The challenge will be to move from merely going through the activities of Christmas with our family and friends to knowing those we love on a

    Last week we learned that the spirit of Christmas is relationships, beginning with our relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Today we see that to have a merry Christmas involves relationships with people. It seems that God screams this message to us every year through the writers of more

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