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Fair Lawn
Columbia, South Carolina 29203

About John
  • Education: MDiv from Duke University
  • Experience: 30 years in ministry
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  • Lasting Impressions

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2011

    What lasting impression will we leave to other generations of Christinas that come after us?

    LASTING IMPRESSIONS Text : Matthew 5: 13 - 20 Someone (Bill Crowder) gives us a snapshot of history as he relates an impression that has lasted over 1,500 years. “Caerlon is a Welsh village with deep historical roots. It was one of the three sites in the more

  • The Witness Stand

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2011

    Everything we do as Christians witnesses to others who we are and what we believe. We cannot avoid our "witness stand" as Christains.

    THE WITNESS STAND Text: I Peter 3:13 - 22 "A man went out to a river for a time of quiet meditation one morning. During his meditation he noticed that the river was rising as well as a scorpion that was trapped in the roots of a tree. He tried to release more

  • The Bruised And Dim

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2011
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    Where we are quick to speak and quick to react, God’s ways puzzle us. Where we might be too proud and too quick to consider aggressively taking charge, God in His infinite wisdom demonstrates His loving mercy, humility, a

    THE BRUISED AND DIM Text: Isaiah 42: 1 - 7 Someone (Dr. Thomas Long) reiterates how this passage of scripture illustrates who God is as someone who will neither break a bruised reed, nor quench a dimly burning wick but will bring justice. Beside these metaphors more

  • Cornerstone Living

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2011
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    Sometimes the passages that are easy to understand are the scariest.

    CORNERSTONE LIVING Text: I Peter 2:1 - 10 Mark Twain is quoted as saying , “Most people are bothered by those passages in the Bible which they cannot understand; but as for me, I always notice that the passages of Scripture which trouble me the most more

  • Connecting The Disconnected

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2011

    This sermon focuses on those who are connected to Jesus Christ as disciples as opposed to those who are connected with (asociated) Christ.

    CONNECTING THE DISCONNECTED Text: Hebrews 4:14 – 16, 5:7 – 9 Just recently I read a sermon in last Friday’s edition of the Times and Democrat by the Rev. Frank Hay. He made some interesting comparisons in his sermon. He mentioned how Judas’s kiss more

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  • As Someone (Dr. Waights G. Henry, Jr.) Put It: ...

    Contributed on Aug 24, 2009

    As someone (Dr. Waights G. Henry, Jr.) put it: “The past remains with us. For good or ill what we are is a result of what we have done.” To illustrate this point let us consider an example from the life of the Duke of Windsor. Someone asked him if they could show film taken from various segments more

  • The Rich Man And The Poor Carpenter

    Contributed on Aug 24, 2009

    THE RICH MAN AND THE POOR CARPENTER One day a good, rich man noticed the miserable conditions in which a certain poor carpenter lived. He decided to help the poor man and commissioned him to build a beautiful house. He told the carpenter, "I want this house to be ideal. Use only the best more

  • Color Of The View

    Contributed on Aug 17, 2009

    COLOR OF THE VIEW "There is a house in New England where the owner designed a unique feature. The owner of the house often took visitors to the tower and would ask them to look through one of the windows. Each of the four windows was different. The red-tinted window could make it look like a more

  • Have You Ever Experienced The Power Of Healing ...

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2009

    Have you ever experienced the power of healing words that were either spoken to you or that you spoke to another? We must admit that there are also times when our actions speak louder than words. “Author and lecturer Leo Buscaglia once told about a contest he was asked to judge. The more

  • Why Is This Touching So Important? "Dr. ...

    Contributed on Feb 3, 2009

    Why is this touching so important? “Dr. Brandt points out that as late as 1920, the death rate among infants in some founding hospitals in America approached 100 percent. Then Dr. Fritz Talbot of Boston brought over from Germany an unscientific sounding concept of “tender loving care.” more