• Kellie Rupard-Schorr

    Contributing sermons since Nov 2, 2000
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Quinton Virginia , 23141

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  • Will Curse For God

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    The story of David and Shimei shows that to be after God’s heart means to allow God to speak as God chooses.

    David, the shepherd boy and first musical therapist, renowned giant killer and psalm writer – and most importantly -- part of the Hebrew lineage of Jesus, had a lot of plusses. But he also had some human and disturbing qualities for a leader. David was known to lie when it was convenient, and then more

  • Ancora Imparo

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Unerstanding the Bible through this letter to Timothy as a text of clarity and action.

    Lectionary Reading: 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5 “Ancora Imparo” is Italian for “I am still learning”. It is attributed (unsourced) to Michelangelo who is said to have uttered the famous phrase when he was 87 years old. It’s hard to imagine the painter of the Sistine chapel, sculptor of David, and self more

  • A Pride Of Lions

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    The escapted lions of the Baghdad Zoo are an example of the bondage we inhabit that we need Christ to free us from.

    During the U.S.-led Invasion of Baghdad in 2003 a pride of lions escaped the bomb damaged Baghdad Zoo and roamed the deserted streets of the city for three days. The keepers of the zoo had fled a few days before troops arrived, leaving the captive animals without food or water. Residents looted more

  • Faith God's Holy Fire

    Contributed on Nov 5, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Information about faith and what we can do to build it and nurture it.

    I don’t know about ya’ll, but I’ve been feeling pretty darn faithful lately. Why? Let’s see… In September: I went to a doctor I didn’t know. Who sent me to a surgeon I had no personal experience with. Who took me to an Operating Room where I spent 2 waking minutes with someone I had more

  • Finding The Balm In Gilead

    Contributed on Oct 16, 2007
    based on 35 ratings

    Jeremiah asks about healing for the people of Israel. How can we find our own healing?

    Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Cry, and you are probably reading the book of Jeremiah. This gloomy prophecy about the conquering and exile of Israel is enough to send anyone searching for some spiritual Prozac. Jeremiah is torn between two great loves. He loves God and serves God as a more