Contributing sermons since Oct 7, 2009
Contributed on Feb 20, 2011
Life's difficulties are often disguised opportunities.
Introduction: Long days of chill had passed when many parts of the world were filled with raucous cheering and strident reveling to celebrate, once again, the best yet conclusive events of the past year – Christmas and New Year. A plethora of jolly greetings filled the air – at ...read more
Contributed on Sep 10, 2010
Success and Failure in life is a matter of choice!
Introduction: Life is full of choices. From the minute we wake up in the morning until the moment we pause for the day and tuck ourselves to bed, we come across series of choices that would eventually determine our day’s performance. If two choices are comparatively similar, it would not ...read more
Contributed on Sep 3, 2010
A road map of peace is drafted in details by our attitude in life. It is never our stiuations, never.
Introduction: Nations at war are slugging it on the anvil of negotiations and treaties to draft a road map of peace. Peace among warring nations is seldom achieved, rarely maintained. Peace, as biblically understood, denotes not only quietness and rest. It also offers a connotation of ...read more
Contributed on Aug 9, 2010
The peace of God shines brightest in the darkness of man.
Introduction: Peace is a precious but rare commodity that many of the nations of the world are chasing after. But it is probably the most elusive one. I for one, it is. Most countries are suffering due to the absence of it. Peace treaties, peace pacts, agreements have been signed; and many of ...read more
Contributed on Jul 26, 2010
When the going gets tough, the tough remains intact!
Introduction: I slumped on my couch in front of my newly purchased (on installment) LCD TV and watched the news one night, as I munched a paper bag of caramel-coated pop corn, and alternately sipped a large mug of ice-cold cola placed on a coffee table to my right. Not a healthy habit, I know. ...read more