• Lynn Malone

    Contributing sermons since May 18, 2005
Lynn's church

Senior Pastor--First UMC Monroe, LA
Monroe, Louisiana 71201

About Lynn
  • Education: B. A.- La. Tech University M. Div.- Asbury Theological Seminary
  • Experience: District Superintendent- Monroe District, Louisiana Annual Conference (UMC) Pastor- Benton UMC 2003- 2011 (Louisiana) Pastor- Lakeview UMC 2001-2003 (Louisiana) Pastor- Pharr Chapel UMC 1998-2001 (Louisiana) Pastor- Junction City UMC 1995-1998 (Kentucky) Pastor- Eros UMC 1991-1995 (Louisiana)
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: Borrow all you want. These are for the glory of God, and if you can use them that way, give Him the glory. I have tried as much as possible to give credit where credit is due, but I’m not perfect, so if you see something someone else has used, well, I saw no need to re-invent the wheel, and I just failed to acknowledge the source. It was not intentional. Email me, and I’ll gladly make the changes.
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  • Choices: Life Or Death

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2018

    The most important choice we'll ever make in life is the choice between life or death. When we choose Jesus, we choose life. It's always the best choice.

    We’ve journeyed five weeks together exploring some of the choices we have to make in life. The choices we’ve explored are purpose or popularity, surrender or control, discipline or regret and important or urgent. Each are important choices, and the one we choose ultimately determines the course and more

  • Choices: Important Or Urgent

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2018

    All things urgent are not necessarily important. If we don't know what is important, everything will seem urgent.

    We’re winding down our message series entitled Choices—only this week and one more week to go in the series. We’ve explored the choices of purpose or popularity, surrender or control, discipline or regret and next week, we’ll talk about the choice of life or death. But, today, we explore choosing more

  • Choices: Discipline Or Regret

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2018

    One significant choice we must make in life is to choose discipline. Otherwise, we'll live with the regret of that decision.

    We continue our message series entitled “Choices” this morning. We said as we began this series that we are the sum total of all the choices we’ve made in our lives until today. Going forward, the choices we make will shape the person we become. We’ve looked at choosing purpose over popularity and more

  • Choices: Surrender Or Control

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2018

    We can choose to control every aspect of our lives, or we can choose to surrender that control to the Lord. The choice we make will determine our eternal future.

    We began last week by saying that we are the sum total of the choices we’ve made in life until today, and that what we will be in the future will depend on the choices we make today and subsequently. Last week, we looked at choosing purpose over popularity. This week, we’re going to look at the more

  • Choices: Purpose Or Popularity

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2018

    Will we choose purpose over popularity. The answer makes all the difference in the world.

    Who are we? Basically, we are the sum total of all the choices we’ve made in our lives up until this point. Granted, when we were children, there were choices made on our behalf, but since we’ve become adults we have to own our choices. Who do we want to be tomorrow? The answer to that question is more

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  • Perhaps You've Seen The Commercial On Television ...

    Contributed on Mar 11, 2007

    Perhaps you’ve seen the commercial on television advertising one of those lending companies. This nice man with a painted on smile stands surrounded by this nice all-American family, and he says, “I’ve got a beautiful family.” The next scene shows a picture of a big house and the same man says, more

  • A Candidate For Church Membership Was Asked, ...

    Contributed on May 11, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    A candidate for church membership was asked, "What part of the Bible do you like best?" He said: "I like the New Testament best. Then he was asked, "What Book in the New Testament is your favorite?" He answered, the Book of the Parables, Sir." They then asked him to relate one of the parables to more

  • Reinhold Niebuhr, A Famous American Protestant ...

    Contributed on Mar 23, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    Reinhold Niebuhr, a famous American Protestant theologian in the 20th century, served as both a working pastor in Detroit and a respected professor at Yale University. He told the story of a flatland farm boy who, all his young life, dreamed of being a sailor on a tall-masted sailing ship. He more

  • Long Ago In A Deep Mountain Valley Verdant With ...

    Contributed on Mar 23, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    Long ago in a deep mountain valley verdant with growth and watered by a crystalline river there lived a tribe. They prospered and grew until the grass was grazed away, the game hunted to extinction, and the river ran dry. A group of young pioneer heroes rose up to say, “We have heard of a wider more

  • An Industrial Titan Remembered His Farm Boyhood. ...

    Contributed on Mar 23, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    An industrial titan remembered his farm boyhood. It was his chore to go to the barn in the dark to secure the farm animals before the family bedtime. He dreaded what lurked in the shadows on the way to the distant barn. His father gave him unforgettable advice. The lantern from the farmhouse more