Contributing sermons since Feb 6, 2012
Contributed on Jan 15, 2020
Nobody really wants to go to Hell. Its very name conveys the ideas of “dread” and “punishment.” As strange as it sounds, one man in Scripture did buy his own ticket to Hell. Possibly some of you are in the process of buying your own ticket there.
BUYING YOUR OWN TICKET TO HELL Jonah 1:3; 2:1-2 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A young boy from down south attended Sunday school for the first time with his grandparents who lived up north. He was so excited he couldn’t wait to tell grandma about the lesson. 2. "My teacher taught us all ...read more
Contributed on Jan 8, 2020
Five times in the Book of Matthew, Jesus says, “I came….” In these five statements He gave insight into what He intended to accomplish at the Cross. Each indicates a scene of importance relating to our salvation.
5 REASONS JESUS CAME TO EARTH INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A Notre Dame football star appeared in court as a witness in a civil suit. The Judge asked, “Are you a member of this year’s Notre Dame football team?” “Yes, Your Honor,” the athlete replied. 2. “What position do you play” asked the ...read more
Contributed on Jan 3, 2020
Having a successful 2020 is as simple as A.B.C. & D.: Accept responsibility for your life, Believe you can change, Clarify your priorities, Don't wait to begin.
THE ABC’S TO HAVING A GREAT YEAR INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: STATING THE OBVIOUS. After a woman sued McDonalds because she wasn’t warned her coffee was hot, companies are changing their instruction manuals and product warning labels to cover themselves from liability. Listen to a few of these: 1. On a ...read more
Contributed on Dec 28, 2019
Asaph was an anointed Levite worship leader who wrote 12 psalms and was appointed by David as a leader at the Temple. Yet this anointed man of God suffered a time of discouragement. But by remembering God's deeds and wonders he was restored to fresh power.
FROM TIRED TO INSPIRED Ps. 77 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: NEW YEARS JOKES 1. A New Year's resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other. 2. In 2020, may your neighbors respect you, troubles neglect you, angels protect you, and heaven accept you. 3. May all your troubles ...read more
Contributed on Dec 20, 2019
We take a candid look at our role as Innkeepers, the major excuses for turning Christ away, and the final journey we will all make to the Heavenly Inn. Will He be forced to turn us away because we wouldn't let Him in?
AM I THE INNKEEPER? Luke 2:1, 4-7 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: WHEN JOSEPH WENT ROGUE 1. The Director of the Christmas play was nervous when she cast Jimmy, the middle-school class clown, as Joseph in the Christmas Pageant. 2. Her fears were realized when Jimmy decided to do a little improvisation ...read more