• Jeremy Dunn

    Contributing sermons since Dec 27, 2014
Jeremy's church

Chatham Hill First Church of God
Saltville, Virginia 24370

About Jeremy
  • Education: I have a BA from Warner University in Church Ministry
  • Experience: 10+ years in ministry (full-time & interim)
  • Family: My father is a pastor. I have two brothers who have also done some church work. My wife is a guidance counselor at the local Middle School.
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: You can be a bad visitor but people will forgive you. You can be a bad administrator but people will forgive you. But if you can't preach, they won't show up.
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  • Choose Wisely

    Contributed on Aug 25, 2015

    Israel was given a choice between life and death. They chose poorly. That same choice is offered to us. Life or death? Blessing or curse? The choice is ours to make. Choose wisely.

    So often in scripture the thundering voice of judgment is followed by the loving voice of hope. Israel did forsake the Lord for idols and the Lord did bring upon his people judgements stated in his covenant. Israel had a choice, and they chose poorly. But interestingly enough, no nation in history more

  • Into The Wilderness

    Contributed on Aug 25, 2015

    A sermon from Hosea 2:14-23. God had led Israel into a wilderness to get her attention. American may very well be heading for a wilderness. But the God who created the garden also created the wilderness. He's there. Waiting.

    Has there ever been a time in your life where determination has taken over? Where you tried to do something on your own that it didn’t matter who you hurt? I have felt for some time that we very much live in a society of get on the train or get off the tracks. We touched on a similar issue in more

  • Staying Resolute

    Contributed on Dec 27, 2014

    A few worthwhile resolutions for the coming New Year

    Around the New Year I always like to look at resolutions that people have made. When I opened my web browser I noticed a little statement that said; “For discovering the best bakeries before 2015 resolutions, there’s the Google app.” I guess even Google knows what resolutions more