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  • Breakthrough Prayer For My Church

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 2,169 views

    As people of faith we need to be people of prayer but even more than that, people of breakthrough prayer, asking God to break through in situations where there is nothing else we can do. We need breakthrough prayer in our churches.

    It was July of 2012 and was a sad day for me. In my first sermon here I told you about Elwood, my first appointment. Elwood was a nice, quiet, quaint little church in Madison County. A pretty stereotypical white framed country church on a quiet Farm to Market road. In the spring the pastures ...read more

  • Breakthrough Prayer For My City

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,095 views

    As people of faith we need to be people of prayer but even more than that, people of breakthrough prayer, asking God to break through in situations where there is nothing else we can do. We need breakthrough prayer in our cities.

    It started out as a prayer meeting some forty years before. This prayer meeting was not without its detractors, at least not outside the Church of St. Nicholas in Leipzig Germany. Those who attended the prayer meeting were harassed and threatened on a fairly regular basis. Still, Monday night after ...read more

  • Breakthrough Prayer For My Friends

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,042 views

    As people of faith we need to be people of prayer but even more than that, people of breakthrough prayer, asking God to break through in situations where there is nothing else we can do. We need breakthrough prayer for our friends.

    Author and LaSalle University professor, Grace Adolphsen Brame, Says some of her students claim heaven is of no concern to them. Life is precious. This world matters, and it is all we have for sure. So why concern ourselves with something for which we have no evidence? What a sad state of affairs ...read more

  • Breakthrough Prayer For My Family

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 3,952 views

    As people of faith we need to be people of prayer but even more than that, people of breakthrough prayer, asking God to break through in situations where there is nothing else we can do. We need breakthrough prayer for our families.

    This past week at Annual Conference, The Reverend Sue Nilson Kibbey, Director of Connectional Ministries for the West Ohio Annual Conference was our keynote speaker. Reverend Kibbey spoke twice during the conference. Both of her addresses were powerful and inspiring but the second, Tuesday ...read more

  • Breakthrough Prayer In Me

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,702 views

    As people of faith we need to be people of prayer but even more than that, people of breakthrough prayer, asking God to break through in situations where there is nothing else we can do. We need breakthrough prayer for ourselves

    Rao was a Hindu yogi, a mystic who devoted his life to prayer and holy thought. And through his discipline, he was able to do remarkable things, or so people thought. Finally Rao decided to let the people see him put his faith into action. In 1966, he announced he was going to walk on water. He ...read more

  • Fast Food

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 3,115 views

    Passover as the predecessor for Holy Communion

    When we sit down in front of the television it doesn’t take long before we see start seeing the commercials and hear Burger King telling us to “Have it Your Way.” Or, perhaps it is Wendy’s saying, “It’s way better than fast food.” Then Dairy Queen proclaims ...read more

  • How A Carpenter Became A Savior

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,053 views

    Jesus' sacrifice to become the savior of the world.

    “Little Annie” was hopelessly insane. Well, that is at least what many of the people who were around her thought. As a young girl she was kept in a cage on the lowest level of a treatment facility for the mentally ill. In her day they could and did call it an asylum. Her doctors saw no ...read more

  • Jonah's Pity Party

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 2,007 views

    Jonah as both an unwilling and angry prophet, filled with self-pity.

    Over the edge. That is where so many employers seem to be pushing their workers these days. Perhaps you have felt it yourself. You work hard, sometimes too hard in what seems like 24/7 and even then the work just never stops. Your job drains you, mentally, physically and even spiritually. You put ...read more

  • Lighting The Night Sky

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
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     | 3,573 views

    God transfigures us and sends us out into the world to share His love. God uses us to light the sky of the darkest nights of the soul. Praise be to God.

    One day I was reading the news on the net, I do that most every day. I ran across a headline for an article titled, “Death of an International Language.” The title sounded intriguing so I read it. It made both sad and nostalgic. The article talked about the death of Morse code, the only ...read more

  • And You Will Be Like God

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
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     | 1,204 views

    We can fall victim to evil very easily. Through our faith we can find the grace and forgiveness we need.

    During his fighting prime, it is said Muhammad Ali once boarded an airplane on his way to his next flight. As the plane began to move toward the runway the flight crew went through their usual pre-flight instructions and checks. One of the flight attendants, while checking to ensure all the ...read more

  • On Your Mark

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,030 views

    On your mark. The race starter, Jesus himself is trying to get our attention. The race is about to start. It is time to get up to the line. It is time to get into the starting blocks. It is time for the race. On your mark….

    Former major league baseball catcher and TV personality, Joe Garagiola, tells about a time when St. Louis Cardinal’s great and hall of famer, Stan Musial came to the plate in a critical game. At the time Musial was a super hitter and was at the peak of his career. As such, opposing pitchers ...read more

  • Get Set

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 844 views

    We are all called to run a race, the life in faith. Getting set is making the final preparations to live out God's call on our lives.

    Though it is classified as an old movie, I know many of you have seen the 1981 movie Chariots of Fire. Even if the movie is 30 plus years old, many of us saw the movie in theaters or DVD in the years since it was released. It is an excellent movie. If you haven’t seen it, I know it is ...read more

  • Go!

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,727 views

    Go! You heard God call, you are ready for the work now go out and make disciples.

    The name Wilma Rudolph is an important one in sports history in general and women’s sports history in particular. For those of you my age and older, it should be a recognizable name. And those of you who are younger — and who have never heard of her — ought to hear her story of ...read more

  • The Smell Will Be Awful!

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
     | 1,806 views

    When we have faith we aren’t afraid of what is on the other side. Sure, some might say, “the smell will be awful.” But what we know has nothing to do with a smell. We know, what waits on the other side of the stone is the power of Almighty God.

    Our sense of smell can be one of the most powerful of all our senses. The sense of smell can the most powerful of all our senses. It can generate good feelings like chocolate chip cookies or fresh bread baking. When we were living in Tyler I loved to walk in the mall at Christmas time. There was a ...read more

  • The Well Is Deep

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 9, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,133 views

    We dip back into the well of grace, we drink the Living Water and the well is deep.

    This past Wednesday night, a rather famous person in our country passed away. It would probably be better if I said infamous as he was the head of what the BBC called, “The Most Hated Family in America.” Late Wednesday night Fred Phelps, former pastor of Westboro Baptist Church passed ...read more