Contributing sermons since Dec 26, 2005
Contributed on Feb 9, 2013
A short but sweet Christian marriage ceremony.
Gathering Words Dearly Beloved, We are gathered here in the sight of God and these witnesses, to join together this man and this woman in Holy matrimony; which is an honorable estate created by God. Charge Marriage is an institution ordained of God, and it is not to be entered into lightly ...read more
Contributed on Dec 30, 2012
King Hezekiah had some awesome leadership qualities. I want us to steal some of his leadership mojo and apply it to 2013
www.pastorkurt.com HAVE A HEZEKIAH NEW YEAR! 2 Chronicles 32:1-30 / December 30, 2012 INTRODUCTION: • Hezekiah was twenty-five years old when he became king of Judah • Hezekiah replaced his father (Ahaz) who was an awful king • Hezekiah was a king of change / repentance • King ...read more
Contributed on Dec 16, 2012
We live in a world where Jesus is optional. Today we will learn Jesus is not an option but a very real necessity.
INTENSIFY CHRISTMAS (PART 1) Isaiah 9 / December 16, 2012 INTRODUCTION - We live in a world where Jesus is optional. Sunday we will learn Jesus is not an option but a very real necessity. Two major problems with Christmas holiday today... 1. Confusion - Society has twisted Christmas! Its ...read more
Contributed on Dec 9, 2012
The issue in doubt in the Corinthian church is that one day people will be raised from the dead. Not every person in the Corinthian church believed it will happen.
www.pastorkurt.com INTRODUCTION - Are you a Christian with doubt? What do you doubt about? I’ve had people say to me - I have a hard time believing DEFINITION - Doubt: A place between belief and unbelief, involves uncertainty or distrust or lack of sureness of an alleged fact. The ...read more
Contributed on Dec 6, 2012
There were certain people in the Corinth church who taught there was no resurrection from the dead! Paul confronts them with hard evidence...
www.pastorkurt.com INTRODUCTION: Corinth was the center of the Epicurean philosophy, which said that, because there is no eternity, man should eat, drink, and be merry on earth. Part of this Epicurean mentality had filtered into the church. Specifically, there were those in the church who ...read more